Adding custom doors to open cabinets instantly changes the look of your home's interior while concealing or protecting kitchen items, display pieces and other things. Cabinet doors can be designed to blend in with existing interior design or provide contrast. Replacing old cabinet doors with new ones is also an easy way to update a space.
|What you can expect|
|Range per door:||$205.97||$318.50|
|Range for this type of project:||$206||$318|
Basic Labor for Cabinet Door Mounting
Standard labor cost to mount cabinet doors. After a full assessment of your space, your team will mark hinge locations, fabricate hinge mounts, install doors, and adjust hinges. Planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup are included.
Job Supplies for Cabinet Door Mounting
Supplies used to mount the cabinet doors. Fasteners, connectors, and materials used to prepare and finish surfaces are included in this fee.
Equipment Allowance for Cabinet Door Mounting
Daily rental of specialty equipment that maximizes the quality and efficiency of the work. These include a pneumatic finish nailer, 10" miter saw, electric jigsaw, 3" belt sander, and 3-1/4" electric planer. Consumable equipment elements not included.
|cost to mount cabinet doors|
|National Avg. Materials Cost per door||$12.56|
|National Avg. Cost (labor and materials) for 1 door||$258.03|
|National Cost Range (labor and materials) for 1 door||$202.66 - $313.39|
Wooden and metal cabinets can be paired with doors constructed of the same material for a classic, cohesive look. Alternately, a wooden door can be added to a metal cabinet or vice versa to achieve a vintage, contemporary or transitional aesthetic. Glass doors can be clear or frosted and may have wooden, metal or laminate frames for added definition. Mirrored panels add functionality in the bathroom or bedroom.
Aside from standard swing doors, other types of cabinet door mechanisms are available, including sliding, bi-fold, flip-lift and fold-down. There are special hinges that let doors stay in place or close gently when left open, as well as doors with latches and key locks for safety and secure closure. Most inset cabinet doors require pulls or knobs for easy opening, while overlay cabinets can have discreet grip handles.
Whether you want inset, overlay or sliding cabinet panels, ensuring the right fit makes opening and closing storage doors a smooth task. While there are pre-made panels for standard-sized cabinets, taking accurate measurements and choosing the right hardware with the help of a carpentry expert is a smart choice when installing custom doors for specialty kitchen cabinets, walk-in closets and other sophisticated storage furniture.