Cabinet Painting Squamish
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Kitchen Cabinet Refinishing in Squamish: Projects Completed in 2022
The Squamish people are an indigenous people whose homeland includes the present day area of Squamish, British Columbia. Oral stories and archaeological evidence show that they have lived there for thousands of years
- lacquering high gloss in Garibaldi Highlands
- eggshell / velvet two-tone cabinet job in Cheekye
- epoxy high gloss cabinets done in Paradise Valley
- cabinet staining oak in Downtown Squamish
When we’re painting kitchen cabinets in Squamish we face the same challenges we do when we re-paint kitchen cabinets in other parts of the GVRD.
One such challenge is to go over the cost to paint kitchen cabinets and other times we simply help our customers with one of THEIR own challenges which is when they should get their cabinets refinished when they are doing other kitchen renovations as well. Our response has always been, continues to be and will always be: “Let us get in there asap to uninstall your cabinets and get them to our shop. We will need them for 3 full weeks so that’s a great time to get those other things done like installing new countertops, backsplash, carpentry etc. You really want your cabinet painters to be the last one’s in there.
The issue quite frankly is that we at Cabinet Painting Squamish are the least likely to cause any damage to the adjacent surfaces we work up against.
More Squamish Cabinet Painting Projects
Kitchen in Cheekye
Ok, truth be told this isn’t a picture of glossy green kitchen cabinet painting but we in fact did one like it but forgot to take pictures.
Same re-painting process though with us using lacquer primer sealer and solvent based lacquer top coats sprayed in our cabinet painting spray shop to make it look like you got a brand new kitchen.
Cabinets in Paradise Valley
For this kitchen in Paradise Valley we used Oxford White. shares the same softness and warmth of Dove White but is a deeper and darker colour. It’s been said many times before and bear repeating: If you want your kitchen cabinets to get alone with your stainless steel appliances and any gray’s in the backround then Oxford White is a done deal. Looks tailor-made. Every single time.
So many Benjamin Moore whites to choose from. You won’t be surprised that Benjamin Moore’s White Dove, Decorator’s White, Cloud White & Chantilly Lace are the most popular white paint colors in their collections.
They are all trending in 2021 but are also timeless colourless white paint colours. This particular kitchen we did is Chantilly Lace. OC-65 is as delicate as the lace it was named after.
Why We Love Squamish
Squamish is known for mountain biking, hiking, climbing, and more. Attractions include the Stawamus Chief, a huge cliff-faced granite massif favoured by rock climbers. As well as over 300 climbing routes on the Chief proper, a majority of which require traditional climbing protection, there are steep hiking trails around the back to access the three peaks that make up the massif, all giving views of Howe Sound and the surrounding Coast Mountains. In all, between Shannon Falls, Murrin Park, The Malamute, and the Smoke Bluffs, there are over 1500 rock-climbing routes in the Squamish area (and another 300 or so climbs north of Squamish on the road to Whistler). In recent years, Squamish has also become a major destination for bouldering, with over 2500 problems described in the local guidebook
Cabinet Painters Near You
As fun and exciting as it was being the #1 profession painting crew in Whistler working on both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, for Intrawest and Dopplemayr it has been even more fun painting kitchen cabinets in Squamish. A lot less dangerous too I might add. No big ol booms to drive up the mountains and no rappeling down towers like Spider Man. Just doing a my glorified hobby of kitchen cabinet refinishing. And I get paid for it? Whaaat?
Neighbors of Squamish
Places adjacent to Squamish where we have also refinished kitchen cabinets.
- Central Saanich
- Fort St. James
- Hudson’s Hope
- Lake Country
- Logan Lake
- Maple Ridge
- New Hazelton
- North Cowichan
- North Saanich
- North Vancouver
- Oak Bay
- 100 Mile House
- Port Edward
- Port Hardy
When The Cabinet Painting Is Done
Cabinet painting in Squamish sure is fun but what else do I like to do when I’m there? Other tourist attractions in Squamish include Shannon Falls waterfall; river-rafting onthe Elaho and Squamish rivers; bald eagle viewing in the community of Brackendale, which has one of North America’s largest populations of bald eagles. Squamish is also a popular destination among Greater Vancouver hikers, mountaineers and backcountry skiers, who visit the large provincial parks in the surrounding Coast Mountains.
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The Squamish people are an indigenous people whose homeland includes the present day area of Squamish, British Columbia. Oral stories and archaeological evidence show that they have lived there for thousands of years. They have inhabited an area of southwestern British Columbia that includes North and West Vancouver, Howe Sound, Whistler, the areas surrounding the tributaries entering Howe Sound, Burrard Inlet, and English Bay. The word Squamish derives from the name of the people which in their language is Sḵwx̱wúʔmesh. The people reside primarily on a number of Indian Reserves owned and managed by the Squamish Nation in the Squamish Valley area. A few places and names in the Squamish area derive from Squamish language words and names. Ch’iyáḵmesh is the name of an old village that was located on the Cheakamus River. St’á7mes is a community located near the south entrance to the town of Squamish, which lies below the Stawamus Chief, which gets its name from that village. Mámx̱wem is where the Mamquam River name comes from as well.
Squamish territory comprises 6,732 km², though lands controlled by the Squamish Nation band government are relatively scarce, and on Indian reserves only, though the Squamish Nation must be, like other native governments, consulted on developments within their people’s territory. Residents of Indian Reserves are not governed by the District of Squamish but by the Squamish Nation. The Squamish Nation’s population and Indian Reserves also include villages in North Vancouver and a number of other reserves at Gibsons and elsewhere in the general region.
The name Keh Kait was the traditional name for the site of downtown Squamish.