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WalzCraft opens cabinet-refacing school

WalzCraft, a custom cabinetry components manufacturer, opened a new facility for its cabinet refacing training program called the WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academy.

The dedicated 1,000-sq.-ft. facility has a classroom and hands-on training lab.

“We believe the WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academyis the first of its kind in North America,” company president Dick Walz said in a statement. “The academy was created in response to what we saw as a growing need in the residential remodeling market for a comprehensive and systematic approach to training technicians in the craft of fine cabinet refacing. Our goal is to provide complete, best-in-class training, integrated with the finest refacing material system available.”

The company offers a three-and-a-half day program conducted by its fulltime cabinet refacing instructor. The curriculum includes an overview of the refacing market, introduction to the differing types refacing materials, four distinct refacing methods, and installation techniques and tools. The company also provides ongoing technical support for its graduates.

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