3 Signs Your Kitchen Cabinets Will Not Make It Through 2021

SB - Copperleaf May '17 (A) - MODERN/CONTEMPORARY

There are many reasons people choose to replace their kitchen cabinets with the most popular being functionality issues and aesthetics. A lot of time is spent in the kitchen every day, and if you are not surrounded by something you love, you will hate every minute of it. And preparing food for yourself and your family should be a joyous affair.

The above-mentioned reasons for replacement are done by choice. You can choose to change your cabinets because they aren’t functional, or you can’t stand the look of them. But then some reasons don’t leave you any choice. Replacement is not negotiable. Below are three reasons why you might want to replace your kitchen cabinets sooner rather than later.

Water Damage

Nearly all cabinets are made from wood making water damage a likely occurrence in the event of a water leak. Since there’s a lot of water in your kitchen, water damage is highly likely. Some signs to look out for include dark colour spots, swollen cabinets and doors not closing properly.

Sagging Cabinets

Sagging cabinets typically indicates that the cupboard has been overloaded for an extended period, a poor installation, or that age has taken a toll on the cupboard. In all instances, replacement is the only option to rectify this issue.

Mould Growth

Mould growth is due to excessive moisture. Mould can have negative effects on your health, causing respiratory problems and even asthma. If your kitchen cupboards are infested with mould, there is no easy save. You will need to replace it since mould will jeopardise the structure.

When it’s time to replace your kitchen cabinets, why not hire the best kitchen cupboard builders in Johannesburg. ProReno has been around for more than 15 years. With a team of passionate designers and a long list of happy customers, you are in good hands. Get in touch with the team for a free quote today!

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