Reglazing is the technique used to restore porcelain and ceramic surfaces and fittings to their original appearance. Your outdated bathtubs and tiling may be reglazed to look like new right there, in only a few hours, and for a fraction of the price of replacement!!!
Your bathtub has undoubtedly lost its original appearance over time, mostly due to the use of abrasive, harsh cleaners. Additionally, the surface has actually grown so porous that it is next to impossible to keep clean. Similar to how a sponge absorbs water, the roughened surface traps dirt and soap scum.
Perhaps someone dropped a large object on your tub, chipping or otherwise harming the surface. It’s possible that improper use of drain cleaners or other chemicals has seriously harmed the tub. It’s possible that something has seriously discolored the tub. Your tile may be getting old and crazing, discoloring or losing its sheen. Perhaps the grout between your tiles is dated and difficult to maintain, or perhaps you simply don’t like the color of your bathtub or tiles.
All of these issues can be resolved by reglazing. Any cracked or damaged portions can be fixed by our professionals. They will then use our industrial cleaning procedure to prepare the surface for reglazing. Following that, we will set up ventilation equipment to prevent overspray and odors and mask off and protect all nearby goods. We next apply and allow to cure our unique adhesive covering. To prevent slip and fall incidents, we install our “No Slip” bottom when we reglaze the tub. Finally, we apply and chemically attach our unique synthetic porcelain finish to the surface. Shiny and simple to maintain, the new surface. In your home, there are no hazardous chemical remnants or messes. Sealing grout lines virtually eliminates mildew growth.
Because their color is dated or their surface is worn out, why replace that old bathtub or tile? We are able to restore them to like-new condition in ANY COLOR for a fraction of the cost of replacement!
The most challenging part of traditional replacement is removing the outdated bathtub. A portion of the bathroom’s tile, walls, and floor must be ripped out throughout the process. The old plumbing is frequently placed incorrectly to accommodate the new bathtub, adding time and expense. The cost of replacing a bathtub can easily reach thousands of dollars when you factor in the price of the new bathtub, floor and wall materials, ceramic tiles, lumber, carpenter, plumber, and tile setter, not to mention the dust, noise, and inconvenience of having workers trample through your home for days or even weeks. The inconvenience of being unable to use your own bathroom for an extended period of time is the final drawback.
Your outdated fixtures and tile can be reglazed in less than a day to bring out their original sheen. You are spared the inconvenience and downtime of replacement. You can save up to 80% of the cost of replacement by reglazing. (By the way, new bathtubs are frequently not as good as ones they are replacing. Even your fixtures and tile can be painted a different color. Without the agony of replacement, you can have the bathroom of your dreams.