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Question DetailsAsked on 1/14/2013

looking for a painting contractor experienced in painting kitchen cabinets but having no luck. "Search" doesn't work. Can I post an ad

The "Search" capability does not return any specific painters. Most that I have contacted do not have experience with painting cabinets. Is there a way to post an ad on the site "Looking For a painter with experience painting cabinets?"

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Hi cathyb,

Angie's List staffer here; I'm sorry you're not getting the results you're seeking. Unforutnately, no, the AngiesList.com site doesn't currently support "help wanted" or "looking for xyz" types of postings. Have you tried searching under the "cabinet refacing" category of Angie's List? Although these contractors don't typically specialize in painting per se, they may be able to provide what you're looking for.

And as always, if you need suggestions, tips or other help searching Angie's List, we're always here to help at 1-888-888-5478 or via the Live Chat option.


Answered 7 years ago by JP

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If you Search the List for Painter and narrow your list to ones with good reviews and ratings, then call them to see if they do cabinets.

Other sources for recommnedations, or at least name of painters who do this - your local lumberyard and professional paint store countermen, local cabinet shops. You may well have trouble - most painters do not do this - first becdause it is a backbreaking job, there is not a lot of demand for it (most people want new cabeinets or wood finishes), and it is a job like bathtub refinishing - where a lot of customers are disappointed in the job when it is done, possibly as much because of the nature of the beat as much as due to contractor expertise.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD




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