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We are members of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce.

Jim and Jen have over 13 years experience in cabinet refinishing. Their passion is helping create your dream kitchen. Summit Cabinet Coatings is family-owned and operated, serving the areas of northern Colorado.  We specialize in refinishing cabinets in a timely manner while still providing great value.

Locally based, Jim and Jen Worden interact with customers directly and oversee every step of the process. Together they offer over 13 years of experience in the construction industry, seven years specializing in cosmetic repair such as refinishing cabinets in homes, and 5 years experience in customer service and retail management. Their goal is always customer satisfaction, standing behind every project.

“We respect the serious investment necessary to remodel the most expensive room in the home, and we believe our product is the best approach to maximize this important investment. We also believe that you will see our product as the most beautiful, durable, convenient, and affordable option for improving the appearance and quality of your kitchen cabinets.”

After you see how we refinish cabinets, you will be thoroughly satisfied!

Refinishing cabinets is something we take pride in. Your experience with us will produce a unique, bright, new look that adds beauty to your kitchen at a fraction of the price of replacing or refacing cabinets.

Some of the Benefits of our unique process:

  • Entire process to refinish cabinets requires 5 days or less
  • Our finishes are completely stain resistant and come in any color you can imagine
  • Surfaces are easy to clean
  • The new finish protects your cabinets from water damage
  • Coatings will not crack, peel, or fade-We Guarantee it!

If you are considering refacing cabinets, closely compare the cost of refacing to the cost of replacing, what material will be used to cover your existing cabinet frames, and if your cabinet doors and drawers are truly not salvageable.  Oftentimes the cost of refacing cabinets competes with the cost of replacing, and if the price is significantly better, then the material used to cover your cabinet frames will not last.  95% of the cabinets we see maintain the structural integrity necessary to simply receive a new surface.  Keep in mind that your cabinets can look drastically different with our proven process and technique.