Frequently Asked Questions
Bathtub Reglazing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Q: How long does the bathtub refinishing process take?
Our refinishing process typically only takes 2 to 3 hours to complete. Your bathtub will be ready to use the next day. Why wait days or even weeks for a contractor to replace your bathtub when you can get the same results in only 24 hours?
Q: Reglazing vs. Replacement?
Reglazing is the alternative if you DO NOT want to replace your bathtub or remodel your entire bathroom. It can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars over replacement. A brand new bathtub may only cost as little as $200, $300 or $400, but there are hidden costs such as removal and disposal, plumbing alterations, and tile work. These costs add up and you can easily end up spending nearly $3,000 or more to replace your bathtub.
Q: Do you repair cracks, chips, and scratches in my bathtub?
We will fill in any chips or other imperfections in your bathtub or another surface before the refinishing process. We make your damaged porcelain, acrylic, or fiberglass surface look as good as new.
Q: How much will it cost to have my bathtub refinished?
The process of refinishing can vary in price but is much more cost-effective than a complete replacement of your tub. When you schedule an appointment to have reglazing services performed, we will come out to your home and look over the tub. We will provide you with a FREE service quote based on the job to be done. You will know how much the job will cost beforehand.
Q: Is my tub or tile too old and damaged to be renewed?Bathtub Reglazing provide service?
Probably not. It is a common misconception that rust, cracks, chips, and flaking make a tub or tile irreversibly damaged. However, with our expert resurfacing technicians being backed by the highest quality products and using professional precision tools, most tubs, no matter how damaged you may think it is, can be restored to its original beautiful elegance. The most common types of abuse to tile can be repaired, and with resurfacing tile is given a brand new and durable coat of synthetic porcelain, sealed water-tight.
Q: Do I need to clean my tub and/or tile before it’s reglazed?
We appreciate any preliminary cleaning; we will still have to re-clean with our special cleaners to properly prepare for the application of our coating.
This is a type of affordable bathtub restoration that involves buffing down the paint and applying a new coat along with some protectant.
Bathtubs are installed in houses before walls are completed. As a result, when there’s damage at the end of the building process, it’s not always possible to replace the tub.
Do the tiles around your bathroom look so bad that you almost can’t stand to be in there with them? Was the color you chose super nice looking back in the day, but just hasn’t aged well at all?
If you are planning a bathroom makeover but don’t have the money to install new tile countertops, try an economical approach: Resurface your current tiles to give them an entirely fresh appearance.
BATHTUB SERVICES IN PENNSYLVANIA
When your bathroom or kitchen fixtures have become old and stained, replacing them might not be the only option.
Reglazing and refinishing bathtubs, sinks, and tiles can be more cost-effective and less tiring solution. We provide the following services for homeowners:
Benefits Of Refinishing & Regrouting Your Tile:
Add Value To Your Home With Proper Tile Refinishing
Ultimately, refinishing, reglazing, and regrouting your tile will be an investment, adding value to your home. If you should decide to sell your home, you’ll be able to ask more and attract more potential buyers.
In the meantime, you’ll be able to enjoy the comforts of a modern, eye-catching bathroom. If you break a tile or crack it by accidents, don’t worry!
With great expertise, your bathroom will be transformed into the one you’ve been dreaming of! We’ve got a professional team that can morph the bathroom into a brand new one.
Our services are one of the best in town, and we offer reglazing, refinishing, and regrouting for any and every tile – be it a bathroom or kitchen.