"There are cabinet painting companies and there are cabinet refinishing companies.  We want to help you discover the difference."  

- Jenna Hill, CCFF Owner  


What is the Difference Between Refinishing and Painting Cabinets?

REFINISHING cabinets is an extensive process. It involves cleaning,  sanding, priming, painting, and top coating. CCFF uses high quality, cabinet grade products for a factory smooth finish. Whether your cabinets are wood, painted or laminate they can be refinished.

PAINTING cabinets usually involves an oil-based paint or latex paint. In most instances, a protective topcoat is not applied. Some paint company's do not spray cabinets but chose to roll or brush the paint as it is less labor intensive.

As cabinet refinishers, we don't take any short cuts. 


What differentiates us from our competitors?

At CCFF, our refinishing process is unparalleled. We have extensive paint facilities and spray equipment which gives our client's a factory smooth finish.


Long-Lasting Professional Finish

Professional Decorative Finishes: Cabinet glazing and pin striping available upon request

Deep Grain Wood Sealing: Our products and application seal the deep grain of wood to ensure the paint and finish reflect a factory-smooth finish. Oak cabinets in particular have heavy grain; our process assures sealing the wood to a factory smooth finish.

Wood Cabinet Stain Refinishing: Update and renew wood cabinets with our stain finish solutions that maintain the natural beauty of wood.


Licensed and Insured 

We are fully licensed, bonded and insured. CCFF carries both Liability Insurance and Worker Compensation Insurance. Our certificates are available upon request. 




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