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Contact the Wood Works, Inc.
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Schedule an Appointment for refinishing, reupholstery or major repairs.
SATURDAY Drop-off & Pick Up

No Appointment Required
Walk-ins welcome for small and simple projects.
Monday & Tuesday 10am-2pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday & Friday 10am-2pm
Saturday 9am-10am
PER SCHEDULE
Sunday Closed

Kitchen Cabinet Door Frame Repair

Kitchen cabinet doors usually take a beating and keep on ticking; but sometimes someone leans or hangs on one too hard or someone gets mad and slams the door. Another problem is those nasty plunge hinged slots that break.
We repair! The goal is to save the door to save the whole kitchen.

See Nationwide Services section for UPS shipping guidelines

Typical American-style cabinet doors include a lumber raised panel center surrounded with 4 lumber pieces called stiles & rails. It is possible the center panel is a flat plywood panel.

The design is not strong and frequently breaks where the horizontal rails meet the vertical stiles. The problem comes from slamming the doors hard, leaning on them while reaching into lower cabinets, or small kids climbing on them while reaching upper cabinets. The larger the door the more the chance of fracture. ... or we could say the more kids in the home!

 

Sometimes the fracture also splits out on the front side along the shaped inner edge of the stile. That can be a cost raising factor.

The repair is to properly glue and clamp the shattered area/s; but, all such gluing must be done with proper wood glue and clamps!

Finally, in order to add additional strength to the previously broken door we add a small 1/4" thick matching wood splint block on the back sides where broken. It is about the size of a match book.

If the door is from a furniture piece, like an armoire, we don't add the block but add a special small headed long screw thru the side edge of the door thru the stile into the rail.

The typical cost to repair is $150 TO $225 but is usually $150 IF no major fractures on the front side with limited finish touchup.
Repairs including the front face could be slightly more.

See Examples of Previous Projects at  Door & Drawer Repair Gallery

 

HOW TO GET A BID or PLACE A WORK ORDER:

DIRECTIONS:
10059 Hemlock Drive, Overland Park, Kansas 66212; The Wood Works on Google Maps
Off of 103rd Street, Hemlock is 1st east of Antioch or 1st west of Lowell Ave west of Metcalf; and turn north up curvy Hemlock Drive 1/2 mile.
This is a residence. Please park in driveway. Respect the neighbors.

PAYMENT TERMS:
Cash, Check, or Credit Card shown in the left column of this and every page.
Down-Payments are required on all orders.

Nationwide Services

The Wood Works offers a variety of products and services to our Nationwide Customers. If item can be UPS/FEDEX packed-and-shipped, see our Services via Internet section for suggestions.

We offer repair services for anything shipped to our location via UPS and FedEx. We specialize in repairs or modification of cabinet doors and drawers and in chair caning or chair refinishing.

Ask us about custom woodworking, wood furniture replacement parts, new cabinet doors and drawers and exterior wood shutters. We also have cabinet door appliance panel kits for dish washers, trash compactors and refrigerators.

Thank you for visiting The Wood Works Inc.com!

WANT A BID? A picture is worth a thousand words!

IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION AND A COUPLE OF PHOTOS:
Send us an email and attach your photos. Remember to include your question or description of your problem.

Please include in your email:

• Name
• Email Address
• Billing Address
• City, State, Zip Code
• Daytime Telephone
• Alternate Telephone
• Question or Description of your problem

Note: Please attach photos to your email. Do not Copy & Paste them into the body of the email. We will not see them.

WHEN TAKING PHOTOS OF YOUR ITEM FOR YOUR EMAIL INQUIRY:

  1. Have good lighting and move closer to the item. Folks tend to stand too far away.
  2. Mark the damages or special aspects with something like masking tape.
  3. Take an overall photo of the whole item. For example, the dining table.
  4. Take a close-up photo of any special areas. For example, the gouge to the top.
  5. Take photos from various angles. For example, from the left and from the right or from opposite side of table since light reflection "plays tricks".


UPS shipments are gladly received for such repairs. 2-4 week turn around.
Use your friendly Brown or Kinko store to pack and ship.
We'll call you with final bid and return shipping if your carton is reusable.

 

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