What is Kitchen Resurfacing?

Resurfacing is the process of using existing cabinets and joinery, and professionally re-vamping the old with 2 Pac resurfacing technology. Be it a kitchen, wardrobe, linen cupboard; any joinery that is in good condition, we can give it a facelift.

Your 10, 20 or 30 year old kitchen can look new, modern and up to date, without spending money on carcasses (the inside cupboards). At Eco Kitchen Resurfacing we have developed a technical system with the use of 2 Pac cabinetry and joinery finishing.

2 Pac is a strong wearing, durable product, that also looks fantastic. In fact, it is used in high end housing and commercial fit-outs.

Our system is so unique, versatile and affordable that it is changing the renovating industry; not only for Australian households, but also for businesses, hotels and motels, retirements villages, student accommodation, etc.

It is now affordable to renovate and keep your business moving forward with our resurfacing technology.

The Resurfacing Process

Your doors and drawers are carefully removed, and professionally resurfaced in your choice of colour using 2 Pac Resurfacing technology and our new HiTech Baking Oven.

We resurface the remaining panels in your home or business with no mess, stress or down time. Your kitchen is fully functional throughout the process.

The high-quality 2 Pac finish will make your kitchen look brand new at a fraction of replacement cost.

Add These Extras:

New doors – for a total new look we can fit new doors of your choice. Popular choices are flat doors with a gloss finish for modern look or French provincial style with a chic semi-gloss finish.

New handles – choose your accessories, we will fit them.

New bench top – laminate or stone?

We can help with:

Small repairs, dents, scratches, peeling edging, peeling doors, water damage


Oven and microwave spaces.

Removal of breakfast bars.

Creating island tops and dining areas.

Adding cabinets.

Spaces for range hoods.

Ask our professional consultants for design ideas, mix and match colours, play with textures… Your options are endless