Refinishing Science Labs

Science labs are notorious for spills and stains from experiments. Some chemicals can even ruin the tabletop in the science classroom. Getting new tables and counters for science classrooms would be expensive, but refinishing those surfaces could save some money.

Refinish First can tackle those stained, scratched and chipped surfaces and make them look like new. They can refinish many surfaces including laminate, Formica, tile, solid surfaces and cultured marble. While refinishing the surface, they will also repair chips and cracks.

They offer almost endless color options for surfaces and even offer stone finishes. Have Refinish First match the existing surface color, or create a new one.

If the refinished surface gets damaged in the future, Refinish First can repair it unlike other surfaces. Their bonding technology can extend the life of a surface for up 20 years. They even offer a five-year limited warranty against adhesion failure on countertops.

Update those old science labs surfaces while school is out for the summer. Refinish First can get the job done in no time.

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The Look of Granite without the Cost

Granite brings a luxurious feeling into the kitchen, but it can cost a pretty penny. Homeowners who are looking at installing granite countertops should think again. Refinish First can refinish existing countertops to look like granite, for a fraction of what real granite would cost.

Looking at the prices of granite, it costs $35 per square foot or more. It then has to be cut exactly to fit the counter, which can also add to the cost. In addition, homeowners have to pick the edging they want, which adds even more.

Refinish First offers stone finishes that mimic the look of granite, for less than the price of new laminate. They can refinish many different surfaces to look like granite including laminate, tile, solid surfaces and cultured marble.

Finding, ordering and installing granite countertops can take weeks. Refinish First can refinish countertops with a stone accent in two days. It then needs 24 to 48 hours to cure. Still a lot less time and mess than taking out an existing countertop and installing a brand new one.

Homeowners who are worried about refinishing because their current countertop is damaged shouldn’t stress about it. Refinish First makes repairs to the surface before refinishing it. They fix chips and cracks so that it looks brand new.

Get the granite look for less. Contact Refinish First for a free estimate.

Mix It Up in the Kitchen

Kitchen upgrades range from small and simple to large and expensive. Many homeowners can do minor updates themselves if they have the time and energy, like painting cabinets or walls. However, some upgrades require a professional, such as refinishing kitchen countertops or backsplashes.

Painting the walls or cupboards can be quick and fairly inexpensive options for updates to a kitchen. Sometimes all the room needs is a new pop of color to totally transform it. A backsplash can be a statement piece that visually impacts the kitchen in a huge way. Installing one, or having it refinished can be the starting point of creating a whole new look in the kitchen. Refinish First can refinish tile backsplashes. They offer three standard colors, custom colors, and over 30 choices in stone finishes.

New countertops can give the whole kitchen a facelift, especially if they’re damaged or just old and dull. Countertop refinishing is a job for the experts at Refinish First. Since 2008, they’ve refinished over 1,000 countertops. This is a great option for “new” countertops instead of completely replacing the old ones because it takes less time and is less expensive. If the kitchen is screaming for granite countertops, but the budget is screaming no, go with Refinish First. They can create a granite look, without the price tag.

Refinish First can transform the surfaces in the kitchen, making the entire room feel brand new. Contact them today for a free estimate.