Bathtub Refinishing Boston MA
If your existing bathroom or kitchen counter is chipped or stained, you don’t need to have it demolished and go through an expensive, laborious project.
Refinishing countertops is a convenient solution if you want your bathroom vanity, kitchen counter or breakfast bar to look new again. Outdated surfaces can make an area of your house look worn and out of style.
Countertop refinishing, also known as countertop resurfacing, can transform the style of your space in a short amount of time. With a wide range of solid colors, unique textures and stylish finishes to choose from, you can makeover your kitchen or bath for a fraction of the cost of replacements. We can even mimic the look of natural stone countertops, without the hefty price tag or the hassle of a renovation.
Not only will our refinishing services give you the modern ambiance you want, it will also extend the lifespan of your countertop.
Refinishing countertops is a good idea if you want to save time and money, avoid messy demo and if you want to enjoy your newly refinished countertop as soon as possible. Our countertop resurfacing services in Norwalk and throughout Fairfield County typically take only 1-2 days, depending on the size of the project.
Your kitchen or bathroom countertop has a major impact on the ambiance of your space. While most countertops are made from durable materials, normal day to day activities over years of use can cause scratches, stains, chips and cracks even to the hardiest countertop material. This is why countertop resurfacing can bring back new life and usefulness to your vanity, kitchen counter, sink tops and breakfast bars.
Countertop refinishing service is a safe and effective process for many types of countertop materials. The first step is to thoroughly clean the area to be resurfaced. Once this is done, technicians will then sand the whole area to remove protective layers and reveal the damage to the countertop. Scratches, cracks and chips are then filled and repaired before coatings of primer and high adhesive topcoat are sprayed on the countertop.
If kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities or breakfast bars are showing signs of wear and tear and minor damage, they can be revitalized with countertop repair service in Norwalk CT. Countertop refinishing is a quick and affordable alternative to replacement and can be completed with less hassle.
Countertop repair and refinishing service covers different types of materials. Here are some examples of countertop materials we repair.
Ceramic tile doesn’t need to be replaced. Just like our ceramic tub and tile repair services, we can restore your tile countertop and even give it a color change for a totally new look. Get a new protective layer too to extend the lifespan of your tile.
Formica countertop refinishing works similarly to Corian. With some prep work to rough the surface for proper bonding, we’ll have your tops looking new again.
Resin countertops can typically be refinished with a new top layer in the color and style of your choosing.
Corian is a very popular material primarily used for kitchen counters and benchtop surfaces. Because Corian is a solid surface, its beauty goes all the way through the material making it easy to sand and refinish.
Concrete countertop resurfacing is a good idea for stained and chipped counters. This process can give your countertops a fresh new look. Concrete is a fairly expensive material so you want to preserve it for as long as possible.
"We had an issue with chipping as well as just a really outdated ivory color so we hired this company for bathtub refinishing and it was such a smart buy. Not only were they professional and kept on schedule, we saved a ton versus buying new. Will call again for sure."
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Norwalk Bathtub Refinishing Experts is here to help you bring new life to your bathroom. We believe in providing top quality service and the best commercial products to get the job done right so your resurfaced tub and tile lasts for years. Call us today to find out just how great your bathroom can look!