- Bathtub Resurfacing
- Fiberglass Shower Resurfacing
- Counter and Vanity Tops Resurfacing
- Shower Tile Resurfacing
- Sink Resurfacing
- Wall and Floor Tile Resurfacing
- Crack, Chip and Hole Repair
- Cabinet Refinishing and Painting
- Granite Cleaning, Polishing and Sealing
Bathtub ResurfacingFeeling like you need to replace your bathtub due to cracks, chips, stains, or being outdated? No need to purchase, just resurface! Our expert technicians here at Resurface Smith can repair, restore and resurface your family’s bathtub with the appropriate materials so that your bathtub and tile shines like it should. Need to match a specific color to the new surface? Not a problem, we can match colors for you. No new measurements needed and no hassle of removal makes the decision to resurface instead of purchase much easier. No surprises, like a new tub not fitting, means no setbacks, including added costs to you.
Fiberglass Shower ResurfacingOver the years, every day use and cleaning your fiberglass shower has worn away the original finish, making the shower become porous. This makes it easier for dirt, grime and water stains to get trapped inside the pores. Does this describe your current shower situation? Today, a complete shower replacement isn’t the only option, our expert technicians can repair, restore, resurface and even recolor on site without removal in just a few hours! Resurface Smith can have your fiberglass shower back to the original, smooth and perfect condition surface it once was at a fraction of the cost of a remodel.
Counter and Vanity Tops ResurfacingOutdated, discolored and damaged countertops can be unappealing and have a negative impact on the beauty of your kitchen and bathroom. Resurfacing allows your kitchen and bathroom to be transformed without removing your existing countertops, saving you a great deal of time and money. The foundation of most countertops can still be in good condition, the problem may be the minor surface issues that are making them look tired and worn. With the help of Resurface Smith, your countertops and vanities can be looking beautiful, new and updated in to time!
Shower Tile ResurfacingTile resurfacing is a cost effective solution to transform old tile into cleaner and newer looking tile. With our resurfacing technique, the tile you’re embarrassed for your guests to see due to mold, discoloration or being dated, will be turned into a clean and polished tile that you can’t wait to show off. Having your tiles resurfaced can save you 50 percent or more than the cost of replacement. Our technicians can give your bathroom(s) a makeover without the time, expense and mess associated with complete tile replacement. Tile resurfacing is the most practical method of recreating the original appearance of your tiles.
Sink ResurfacingWhen bathroom and kitchen sinks become chipped, discolored and damaged, clients believe their only option is to replace their existing sink with a new one. That simply isn’t true. Resurface Smith can easily resurface your sink to its original color, or a new one if you’d like. Our technicians will repair the sinks existing damage and resurface it for a beautiful and durable finish.
Wall and Floor Tile ResurfacingHave your tiles become dull, stained and discolored which has you thinking you need to replace them? We want to let you know that purchasing new tile is not your only option. Don’t purchase when you can simply resurface! Tile resurfacing (walls and floors) is a cost effective way to achieve the updated, shiny new look you’re interested in without the hefty price tag. Our technicians are trained professionals who will deliver quality service and knowledge while making your tile shiny and new.
Crack, Chip and Hole RepairIf you have anything that has been chipped, cracked, scratched, stained, burned, or discolored it can be repaired, restored, resurfaced, and recolored without removal in just a few hours.
Cabinet Refinishing and Painting
Granite Cleaning, Polishing and Sealing
- What is Resurfacing, Refinishing, or Reglazing?
- How long does it take to resurface a bathtub?
- My fiberglass bathtub/shower has some chips, scratches and cracks, can this be repaired?
- What is the durability for a resurfaced bathtub and how long does it last?
- My bathtub has been resurfaced before, can it be resurfaced again?
- What kind of repairs does your company offer?
- What other surfaces can be refinished?
- Will there be an odor while your company does the resurfacing?
- Is it possible for me to get a DIY kit and do the resurfacing myself?
These are all used interchangeably to describe the process of resurfacing your bathtub, tile, sink, cabinet, countertops or shower. Resurfacing gives it a brilliant shine and makes it easier to clean.
For a standard size bathtub, with minimal amounts of damage, anywhere from 3-8 hours. A newly resurfaced bathtub can be used within 24 hours. However, the bathtub needs to properly cure, so we recommend to wait a full 48 hours.
Yes! Resurface Smith can repair those ailments before staring the resurfacing process. Our technicians will place permanent inlays in the fixture and are confident with repairing these specific types of damage.
The finishes Resurface Smith uses are designed to be resistant to everyday use. Keep in mind a newly resurfaced surface can be damaged if it’s not taken care. With proper maintenance, a resurfaced surface can last 10-15 years.
Yes! Our technicians will strip off the previous coating and resurface it again like new.
Our technicians are trained to repair cracks, chips, holes, discoloration and other damages to the surface. We also offer tile repair, cleaning and restoration.
We can repair, restore and resurface porcelain, steel and cast iron, fiberglass and ceramic. These surfaces can be your bathtub, shower, sinks, vanities, countertops and tiles. We also offer recoloring of these surfaces.
Unfortunately, yes, there will be a bit of an odor. Clients have commented that the odor resembles the odor that is present after painting a room in your house. However, Resurface Smith uses a ventilation system that greatly reduces the amount of the odor in your home.
Yes, it is possible and your local home improvement store most likely has them available. However, we strongly advise our customers against it. These kits don’t offer the strength and durability that can be achieved with the resurfacing product our company, and many others, uses. Some of our work has come from clients who have tried these kits and realized it just didn’t have the finish they were hoping for, had cracks, looked painted, turned yellowish or had drip marks in it. The look a client hopes for during a resurface is best achieved with professional equipment, proper training and experienced technicians.