You’re an Empty Nester, but Now that Nest Needs Refinishing!

Now that the kids are back in school, it’s the perfect time to take care of the damage done by rambunctious kids over the summer. Things like chipped tiles and sinks and leaky bathtubs are not only eyesores, but they’re dangerous for your kids. Make your children’s bathrooms safe without expensive remodeling – bathtub repair is much more economical than replacement. A single bathroom tub repair will often cost less than $200, while a full replacement can cost more than $3,000! Our proprietary method for bathtub repair uses waterproof, polyester resins to fill cracks and chips. Once they are properly sanded, acrylic enamel coatings are applied delicately applied, often with an artist’s air brush. We then carefully blend the repaired area into the surrounding surface so well you can barely see where we made the repair. Chip and bathroom tub and repair take an artistic eye for color and years of practice and experience. We can perform chip repair on all types of porcelain tubs, as well as tubs made of fiberglass, acrylic, or cultured marble.

We also offer slip-resistant surfaces to reduce the risk of slip and fall. It’s also sanitary and easy to clean. If you’ve got little ones, installing slip-resistant surfaces may be a great way to increase safety and reduce the possibility of injury. Whereas bathmats can collect mold and mildew and become unsightly and unsanitary, Refinish First’s slip-resistant surfaces are chemically bonded to the bathtub or shower. It is integrated to the bottom of the tub and won’t crack or peel. You can choose your color and type of slip resistant surface.

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