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Replacement Kitchen Cabinet Doors, Drawer fronts, Panels and Infills.

  • Optional do it yourself DIY Kitchen upgrade
  • Melbourne Wide Delivery
  • Cut and edge
  • Cabinet doors made to order
  • Custom size doors
  • Laminate doors to order
  • Kitchen doors made to order
  • Made to measure doors and panels

If your satisfied with the footprint of your kitchen and it is functional, and you’re looking for an economical means of updating, then we may have another solution for you instead of having to replace the whole kitchen – often involving plumbing, gas, electrical, floor tiling, plastering, general painting etc. If your current cabinet doors have been damaged or are showing signs of ageing Procoat can supply and install replacement kitchen cabinet doors.

Perhaps consider just replacing the exterior panels doors drawer fronts, kickers and infills – the average kitchen has around 30-50 items.

Most of these items can be readily removed with a little bit of planning and sometimes the right advice, what often remains to be dealt with are the kicker boards, any header boards, and occasionally laminated end panels.

If you were to replace or cover these with matching cut to size items – then really all that’s left are the benches with sinks and cookers if needed, and tiles if they need changing –perhaps colour back glass splashbacks.

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Kitchen Cupboard Doors

Procoat can manufacture your doors, drawer fronts, panels, and infills with 18mm pre-primed white MDF board, locate the hinge hole cutouts on relevant doors, then undertake 2pac coating works to the exposed faces and edges in your desired colour and finish. Our kitchen cupboard doors have been selected for their durability and reliability, combined with their ease of installation.

To give you a price for this upgrade option, just send via email to Procoat the following information.


  • Colour: Your choice from thousands of colours selected from the Dulux range of colours
  • Sheen: High Gloss, Satin or Matt (High gloss is impressive, while the Satin is more forgiving with frequency of cleaning)
  • Edge profile: What do you prefer – modern square arris leading edge, or perhaps a pencil round or other choice
  • Handles: Do you need to upgrade to something a little more modern, tell us how many handles and the general shape, we will come back to you with suggestions


  • Drawers: Start with the drawers, list their sizes – Width and Height
  • Doors: Next with the doors, again list their sizes – and note how many hinge holes are on each, and whether they are right or left aligned.
  • Panels: These are located on the ends of the overhead and bench cupboards, also around the island bench. If there are none there, and the end has been laminated to the carcas, measure up for one to be made then you will have a modern looking kitchen.
  • Fridge & Pantry panels: Generally these can come out without damage to the tilesor bench, just needs some planning, the right advice and some of your DIY skill.
  • Infills: Again generally these can be removed.
  • Kickers: Easy, reface them with 3mm cover panels (the face 2pac coated to match with the kitchen)


Consider your requirements for replacement:

  • hinges with soft closing
  • converting corner bifold doors to piano hinges
  • storage solutions
    • upgrading the drawer assemblies to soft closing
    • converting door spaces to sets of drawers
    • alternative cabinets for larger fridge spaces
    • lazy susans
    • pull out wire basket underbench pantrys
    • pull out waste bins
    • cutlery trays


If you feel up to undertaking the task, then send the information through for items above and we will respond within the next few days with a detailed quotation, or to clarify any questions you may have.

For Victoria Wide delivery contact 03 9741 6885 or

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