Size. Larger kitchens tend to have more cabinets and more linear feet of cabinets. They take more time, labor, and materials to paint.
How you’re charged. Contractors can choose to charge by the linear foot, per box, or the number of doors and drawers.
How much of the cabinet you’re painting. It could just be the doors and box exterior if you have frameless cabinets (plus frame if you do). Or you could want to paint the inside too. Glass cabinets have less to paint and can be cheaper.
Job complexity. If the layout is complicated (tight angles, confined spaces, etc) then it can make the process of how to paint kitchen cabinets harder. Painting over a wood stain requires a different process that can increase the cost to paint kitchen cabinets. Just repainting them the same color can lower the cost.
Material choice. We recommend (and use) the best paint for kitchen cabinets, also known as high-quality paints. They may be more expensive but your cabinets will look better for longer. This means you won’t have to spend money on a contractor and lose your kitchen for a while nearly as soon.
Damages. If we find any damages we’ll let you know and decide, together, what to do. We recommend fixing them instead of painting over them. Damages get worse and may show up through the paint. It can also make the paint crack and peel more quickly.