Kitchen Saver was excellent. We interviewed several companies listed as A on Angie's List. Several of companies were not interested in doing anything beyond basic refacing the cabinets. We wanted to reconfigure one cabinet from cabinet doors to several drawers. We wanted to remove the vertical board between cabinet doors to make the cabinets more accessible. We wanted to add the rolling storage inserts inside the cabinets. Several of the other companies would not do any of this nonstandard work. Kitchen Saver's attitude was they would do whatever we wanted to make the kitchen the way we wanted. There price, while not the lowest, was reasonable for the scope of work we wanted done, and probably at least a third the cost of getting all new cabinets. The quality of the materials that they use was far better than the other companies. The veneer they use was a reasonable thickness of wood, rather than the paper thin veneer that other companies use. The door and drawer fronts are made by Conestoga, which is the same fabricator used by many high end new kitchen cabinet companies. Their standard door and drawer hardware is excellent quality. Mike, the installer who did our kitchen, was an old school finish carpenter, who did a superb job. He was very tidy and cleaned up at the end of every day so we could use the kitchen at night if we wanted to.Our island now looks like a piece of finished furniture, and the finish and quality of the finished cabinets is excellent. You would be hard pressed to tell that the cabinets are refaced rather than an all new installation. This is an excellent company to deal with. All of their meetings for the estimate and measure were on time and the installation was exactly as scheduled. If you are looking to reface you kitchen cabinets I don't know why you would use anyone else.