Should You Paint Cabinets or Replace Countertops First?

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Are you looking forward to renovating your kitchen? Great! Painting the cabinets and replacing the countertops are the two most important tasks that you have to perform to ensure that your kitchen looks amazing. But the most asked question that we often face is - Should you paint cabinets or replace countertops first? Do you too have the same question? We often worried about damaging the freshly-painted cabinets during installing the new countertops. So, which one will come first?

Should You Paint Cabinets or Replace Countertops First? - What Should Go First?

So, if you are here to know which one will come first – the kitchen cabinet painting or installing the countertops, we will discuss about everything. There are some details that you have to focus on too. To know about this in detail and how to renovate your kitchen yourself as a beginner home improvement project, read on.

Which One Comes First?

Which is the one that should be done first? Is it the paint or the installation of the kitchen countertop? Well, the answer is we can do it both ways. In the first scenario, you can first install the countertop by replacing the old one. Once it is done, you can then go ahead and paint the cabinet to make the kitchen look gorgeous. You can also look into new kitchen cabinet styles if you really want to upgrade your kitchen. People mainly do this as they feel that replacing the countertop after painting can actually ruin the pain. But that is not the case.

It doesn’t matter if you paint first and do the installation. Most of the quartz and granite installers are experienced and they are careful about the neighboring finishes. They will make sure that they do not cause any damage. After all, they are highly trained to install the countertops and with their years of experience, it is quite easy for them to replace and install a new countertop with utmost care.

It Is Your Choice

So, whether you want to paint the kitchen cabinet first or you want to replace the countertops first, it is completely your decision to make. There are many people who have painted the cabinets first and then installed the countertop after few days when the paint is completely dried. You can choose anything based on your needs and preferences. Whether you want to install first or paint first, you need to make sure that you are choosing the installers of the countertop very wisely. You have to make sure that the installer is highly experienced. This will make sure that the entire installation process will go smoothly and effectively without causing any harm or damage to the property. This way, you can enjoy the benefits of your new granite countertop or any new countertop you choose.

Bottom Line

So, should you paint cabinets or replace countertops first? It is not important whether you paint it first or install the countertop first. What matters the most is whether or not the installers are experienced and careful enough while installing the new countertops in the kitchen cabinets. Also, make sure that the paints on the kitchen cabinets are dried properly before installation process begins. This will help you to get the best result. If the paint is still wet, then the chances are higher that the paint will be damaged. Keep all the factors in mind while renovating your kitchen.

 

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Jennifer Stone very valuable report about to paint cabinets or replace countertops first.

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