Bathtub Resurfacing

 bathtub_resurfacing_portlandWe specialize in a custom re-glaze, resurface, and refinishing, of your bath tub, shower, tile, concrete, and more. We also offer non-slip solutions and shower crack repairs. 

If you are concerned about the health and safety of your family due to toxic lead oxides leaching from your old bathtub then we can help. If you constantly have to struggle with moldy grout, or the surface holds nasty dirt and grime then we can help. If your fiberglass shower has a large crack in it, then we can help.

Any surface can be quickly repaired and transformed. Not only will it look new but also at just a fraction of traditional bathroom or kitchen remodeling and replacement costs. It can be put back into service the next day.

Why Refinish a Bath Tub ?

bathtub-refinishing_portlandTo start, most bathtubs are installed in a home during its initial construction and trying to get it back out is not easy. To remove an existing tub, finish items such as trim, bathtub surrounds, plumbing and sometimes even tile will need to be torn out and depending on the tub’s size, you may have to find a way to cut it into pieces to fit through a door frame.

Before re-glazing this bathtub, the service provider has to remove layers of a do-it-yourself refinishing product. And you haven’t even brought the new tub in, reworked the plumbing to accommodate the bathtub. Suddenly, your $300 tub has grown into a $3,000 bathroom remodel project with a headache to match.

On the other hand, you can refinish or line an old tub for less hassle and still get a bath tub your neighbors will swear is new. Refinishing, also known as reglazing, a bathtub offers a cost- and time-effective solution. Starting around $300 to $400 for a standard-sized tub, a bathtub refinishing company like ours can add a brand-new coating to the bathtub in a day, allowing it to be used again in two to four days without the additional delays and mess caused by replacement.

There are DIY products available, however, bathtub refinishing is a probably a job best left to the professionals. Stripping an old finish off a tub, repairing and patching cracks or holes, and ventilating a room to expel the fumes produced by the refinishing process are all steps better left to a trained professional.

And refinishing isn’t just limited to bathtubs; the process can be applied to sinks, wall tile, counter-tops, shower stalls and kitchen counter-tops of almost any material, including porcelain, cultured marble, fiberglass, acrylic, Formica and tile.