Where can i get cheap doors for my cabinets? SoCal area


Old 11-09-15, 04:36 PM
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Where can i get cheap doors for my cabinets? SoCal area

I was going to refinish the cabinet doors, but they are all warped and pretty worthless. anyways im trying to buy some cheap ones can be MDF i dont care. Any recomendations on where to buy them? I would make them, but i dont have a miter saw also i dunno if id make perfect cuts. anyways any help would be greatly appreciated. I dont have that many cabinets pretty small kitchen in my condo.

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Old 11-09-15, 05:51 PM
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You usually get what you pay for. That said, check stores in your area that recycle cabinets and other home fixtures taken from homes that are being rehabed demolished.

Next step up is the big box stores. Take your door dimensions and see what they have.
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Try cabinetdoorworld.com. They have MDF up to solid wood, finished or unfinished.

Or search for replacement cabinet doors. There are many online suppliers.
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but i dont have a miter saw
I'd use this project as an excuse to get one

There are many shops that will build just the doors.
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Here's a link to a supplier I have used. They are not local, doors will be ordered and shipped. They have doors from MDF to Solid Raised Panel doors of high quality.


The best supplier in SoCal is Decorative Specialties, but I don't believe they sell to the public. You might want to give it a shot and see. If not, the big box stores have forms to order refacing supplies such as doors and drawer fronts, hinges etc.

Let us know if you need help measuring. Some doors can be tricky.

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