Re-glazing

Re-doing your bathroom is a great way to brighten up and add value to your home, but installing entirely new bath, shower, and sink fixtures can be prohibitively expensive. Find out how a professional bathroom remodeling professional can help you get a new bathroom for less by refacing or reglazing your bathroom fixtures rather than replacing them.

Your bathroom is perhaps the most vital room in your home. As such, its functionality is¬†essential, but so is its aesthetic value. When it’s time for a bathroom remodeling project, the thought of replacing your entire tub, shower, or sink can be daunting, both energetically and financially. The good news is, though, there’s a viable alternative to replacing these expensive bathroom fixtures. Instead of getting new ones, you can call on a bathroom remodeler to resurface your existing fixtures. Resurfacing will save you time, money, and energy, and will allow you to get back to using your improved bathroom in barely any time at all.

No matter how well or how often you clean, the sad truth is that, over time, your bathroom will start to show its age. Finishes fade and wear down, and styles simply change as the years pass. What was beautiful and tasteful when you purchased your home or property may simply not be current anymore. It can be hard to justify a full gutting and replacing process, though, if it’s just the top layer of your bathroom fixtures that are no longer attractive. That’s where a bath remodeling and resurfacing professional comes in. Instead of taking out all of your bathroom fixtures, he or she can simply replace or re-do the surface layer. This means that you won’t have to pay to have the old tub or toilet removed and new ones put in, not to mention spending
who knows how long without a working bathroom while all of the remodeling is completed. If your bathroom remodeling contractor deems your bathroom a solid candidate for resurfacing, you will be able to save an incredible amount of time, money, and trouble.

When it comes to remodeling bathrooms, you may want to tackle one or many of the following fixtures:

  • Bathtubs
  • Tile
  • Countertops
  • Shower stalls
  • Shower pans
  • Tub and shower surrounds

 

While resurfacing can work slightly differently depending on the bathroom fixture in question, the basic process remains the same. Your resurfacing professional will clean and prepare the surface, then apply several coats of an epoxy primer, followed by the application of the final finish of your choice. This process works to remodel
bathroom materials including:

  • Porcelain
  • Fiberglass
  • Cultured marble
  • Acrylic
  • Laminate
  • Formica

Not only does refacing your bathroom fixtures liven up the whole space, but it allows you to reinvent it at a fraction of the cost of replacement. You can choose the color and even the texture of your new surfaces so that you get a totally new, bright look while keeping the structure of your bathroom intact.

Resurfacing is an affordable, efficient, and effective alternative to replacing your existing bathtub, toilet, sink, or tile. If you want a new look for your tub, countertop, or other bathroom fixture, call us today.