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Cabinet Refacing in Lancaster

Who is Kitchen Magic?

Remodeling your kitchen is one of the best ways to give your home a brand new look, while increasing equity and improving the resale value, especially in Lancaster’s current real estate market. We’ve all heard that the kitchen is the heart of the home, thus, the more attractive your kitchen space is, the more your family and friends enjoy spending time sharing good times in your new kitchen.

Ready to start the kitchen remodel of your dreams? Just fill in the form to the right and you will be contacted by one of Kitchen Magic’s experts from Lancaster. Whether you want to replace your kitchen countertops, update kitchen cabinets, or all of the above, here are options for you to consider.

Cabinet Refacing

Did you know that cabinet refacing was an option? Cabinet refacing is the perfect alternative for customers who don’t want to change the layout of their kitchen, or who love the functionality of their current cabinets, but need to give them a facelift. Best of all, cabinet refacing is an eco-friendly way to get a whole new aesthetic. It reuses the materials you have and prevents the labor intensive procedure of tearing out perfectly good kitchen cabinets to replace them with new units.

Not only does cabinet refacing improve the overall appearance of your cabinets, it’ll also reinforce your existing structure so you are left with kitchen cabinets that are even stronger and higher quality than before. Best of all, cabinet refacing costs customers about 50% less than a complete cabinet remodel. Lancaster residents can certainly appreciate the value in that!

Custom Cabinets

Kitchen Magic, a Pennsylvania based kitchen remodeler, has recently expanded their services to Lancaster. We have been building quality-handcrafted cabinets for over 30 years. Our craftsmen are dedicated to designing and building cabinetry that will last a lifetime. The cabinets are built in our very own cabinet shop, right here in the USA and come with a Lifetime of Home Ownership Warranty.

Custom kitchen cabinets are the best option for Lancaster residents interested in changing their existing kitchen layout for better efficiency, or who want their kitchen cabinets designed to exact specifications. Custom cabinets are the perfect option if you want cabinets built to specific heights, non-standard dimensions, or shapes to fit some of the 200 year old homes in the Lancaster area. We can create built-in office nooks, food-prep stations, or that kitchen cabinet island you’ve always wanted. As long as you have the ideas, we have the ability to make them a reality.

Kitchen Magic's Reputation

The best part of our job is forming long-lasting relationships with our customers. We enjoy getting to know all types of people as we make their kitchen remodel dreams come true. The Lancaster area has residents with such diverse values, cultures, ethnic backgrounds, and lifestyles, that our interaction with our customers is like traveling the world. Pennsylvania Dutch Country hospitality has expanded throughout all residents. Just a few seconds of your time filling out our form on the right will allow us to add you to our list of literally tens of thousands of glowing kitchen remodeling reviews.

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When Lancaster County was established on May 10, 1729, it became the prototype for the sixty-three counties to follow. The original three counties, Philadelphia, Bucks and Chester, were created as copies of typical English shires. The frontier conditions of Chester County’s backwoods, from which Lancaster was formed, presented knotty problems to the civilized Englishmen. Lancaster County, therefore, was an experiment in pragmatism erected on the periphery of Penn’s “Holy Experiment”. Pennsylvania’s “first western county” would test the genius of English government and political common sense. Not only did the pragmatic experiment succeed, but it has continued to color the life and government of Lancastrians during the last 250 years. (from

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