What Is Resurfacing?
Resurfacing (also called reglazing, refinishing, or refacing) is a proven method of renovating bathtubs, tile, sinks and countertops that has been around for 40 years. It involves spraying durable, industrial-strength coatings onto surfaces. Before the dawn of home improvement TV, it was the well-kept secret of professional designers, disaster restoration experts, home renovation pros and hotel managers. Today, it’s accessible to just about everybody.
Why Not Just Replace My Tub?
Save 60% - 70% cost
Resurfacing bathtubs and tile typically offers savings of 60-70% over the cost of replacement. If your bathtub is worn or damaged, you can't just pop it out of the wall and drop in a new one. Most tubs have a lip that runs along the length of the tub where the tile and tub meet. The tile is laid over this lip to prevent water from getting behind the tile. The tub also fits so snugly in its place that several rows of tile must be removed just to get it loose.