In part one of Why You Should Learn Cabinet Refacing, we looked at why homeowners are considering cabinet refacing more than ever. We also covered a few of the trends that are leading many cabinet makers and remodeling contractors to start offering cabinet refacing. In part two, we go in-depth on more reasons why construction industry professionals are seeking to learn and offer cabinet refacing in their business.
Boomers are aging-in-place, equity is in decline, and homeowners are staying put.
In times of uncertainty, we tend to hunker-down; to stay put. Baby boomers choose to ‘age-in-place’. Younger homeowners opt to spend money on home improvements for ‘quality-of-life’ reasons rather than return-on-investment. For both, it’s about creating spaces that are warm, inviting and functional, without a monstrous price tag.
Minor modifications to the kitchen and bath cabinetry along with new cabinet surfaces transform the look and feel of the space, enhancing the lives of those experiencing those spaces. The WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academy training program will give you the installation know-how that will help you tap into this growing segment.
You need to increase your sales, not your risk.
Compared to the last decade, opportunities to grow your business are harder to come by than ever. There’s no silver bullet; no silver lining. The new competitive strategy is all about working harder; working smarter. Extending your reach for new opportunities doesn’t mean investing in new skills, capabilities and resources. It means maximizing the utilization of your existing ones. For most cabinetmakers, contractors and installing cabinet dealers, refacing does precisely that. And that’s working smarter.
The WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academy will show you how to use your existing skills in a ‘neighboring’ market-space. Cabinet refacing is the perfect complement to current business. It will allow you to maintain your core focus while accessing new customers.
I’m not as young as I used to be.
For many cabinetmakers and contractors, over the length of our careers, the aches and pains remind us of the arduous physical demands of our work. Suddenly, we realize the work’s really getting harder and we’re beginning to think about what might be a little friendlier to the body.
During our 3½ day training program you’ll have plenty of hands-on time to experience the difference in the physical demands of cabinet refacing compared to what you’ve been doing. You can do the work that you enjoy and can be proud of, but without all the wear and tear.