Cabinet refinishing firm N-Hance sees major demand increase
August 3, 2020 | 11:50 am CDT
LOGAN, Utah - Cabinet and wood refinishing franchise N-Hance has seen a major increase in demand for its services over the past four months, as some of its franchisees are seeing double-digit increases in customers leads over the same time last year.
"Spending more time in their homes now more than ever, homeowners are taking a closer look at their surroundings and deciding to make changes," the company says in a press release. "According to a recent Bank of America study on changing consumer habits amid the pandemic, 70 percent of consumers surveyed noted plans to tackle home improvement projects."
To help homeowners achieve their home renovation goals, N-Hance uses proprietary solutions and refinishing techniques to restore the natural beauty or change the color completely of hardwood floors, cabinets, doors and trims. The refinishing process provides a much higher quality and durability than painting methods and the brand can help with any wood refinishing need: cabinets, hardwood floors, exterior and interior doors, built-ins, stairs and railings, moldings and trim, furniture, etc.
“Complete room remodels can be costly – for example, a full kitchen remodel may cost upwards of $30,000. At N-Hance, we offer customers a way to change the look of their home with a smaller, more affordable refinishing option that makes a significant difference in the look of a room,” said Nellie Garibyan, a franchise owner in Boise, Idaho. “Throughout the pandemic we have seen a strong response from our customers and that demand continues to grow."
The color schemes seeing the biggest increases are all-white, two-toned rooms, jewel-toned features, black cabinetry, and classic grey. 
With more than 500 franchises across the U.S., N-Hance uses proprietary solutions and refinishing techniques to restore the natural beauty of hardwood floors, cabinets, doors and trims – at a more affordable cost than traditional remodels such as re-facing or replacing cabinets. The company has been featured on Martha Stewart Living, Better Homes and Gardens, and HGTV.

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