BATHTUB Reglazing

Toms River, New Jersey

We provide bathtub reglazing, bathtub refinishing, tile refinishing, sink refinishing, and sink reglazing. Our friendly staff is dedicated to giving you fast, and superior service.

Bathtub Reglazing Service

Are you looking to make your bathtub look like new again? Investing in an expensive new tub is not the only option. We specialize in bathtub refinishing that can transform a rusted or stained bathtub into a polished, new-looking one.

Porcelain and ceramic fixtures and surfaces can be reglazed to return them to their original state. You can have your old tubs and tiles reglazed to look brand new in just a few hours and at a fraction of the replacement cost!!

Over time, using abrasive, harsh cleaners has undoubtedly diminished the aesthetic value of your bathtub. In addition, the surface’s increased porosity makes regular cleaning an impossibility. The roughened surface absorbs grime and soap scum like a sponge.

Maybe something heavy was dropped on your tub, damaging the surface and leaving chips. It’s possible that harsh chemicals like drain cleaners were misused and caused extensive damage to the tub. Some unknown agents may have severely discolored the tub. Old age can cause your tile to develop crazing, change color, and lose its luster. You might not like the color of your bathtub or tiles, or you might find the grout between them outdated and challenging to maintain.

Reglazing is the solution to all of these problems. Our experts can repair any broken or damaged parts. The surface will be cleaned using our standard industrial procedure before being primed for reglazing. When that’s done, we’ll put up ventilation equipment to get rid of any lingering odors or spray, put on protective gear, and cover up any nearby goods that aren’t already protected.

Our unique adhesive coating is then applied and given time to cure. When we refinish a bathtub, we always put in a “No Slip” bottom to ensure nobody gets hurt from slipping. The final step is to apply and chemically bond our one-of-a-kind synthetic porcelain finish. The brand-new finish is glossy and straightforward to clean. There are no dangerous chemical residues or messes in your house. When grout lines are sealed, mildew growth is drastically reduced.

Why should you have to buy a new tub or tile floor just because the color is wrong or it’s damaged? For a small fraction of the replacement price, we can have them looking as good as new in ANY COLOR!

From the moment of our establishment, we have provided professionalism and value to our customers. After consultation, we get started on giving your bathtub and/or tile a sparkling clean makeover to impress your guests and family. We use the high quality materials around and guarantee long-lasting results.

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Bathtub Reglazing

Bathtub Reglazing

This is a type of affordable bathtub restoration that involves buffing down the paint and applying a new coat along with some protectant.
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Bathtub Repair

Bathtub Repair

Bathtubs are mostly installed in houses before walls being completed. As a result, when damage is detected at the end of the building process, it is not always possible to replace the tub.
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Shower Tile Refinishing & Regrouting

Shower Tile Refinishing & Regrouting

Do the tiles around your bathroom look so bad that you almost can’t stand to be in there with them? Was the color you chose super nice looking back in the day, but just hasn’t aged well at all?
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Counter Tops

Counter tops

If you are planning a bathroom makeover but don’t have the money to install new tile countertops, try an economical approach: Resurface your current tiles to give them an entirely fresh appearance.
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Your tub has seen better days, and now you must choose between buying a new one and recoating what you already own. Here’s our guide to the pros and cons of bathtub reglazing.

Relaxing in a warm bath is the best way to unwind after a very busy day. When your bathtub is dingy or deteriorating, however, taking a bath may be the last thing you’d consider. If you are ready to replace an old tub, it might be wise to instead consider refinishing what you already own.

Replacing an existing bathtub with a newer model is not always a simple task. The original tub almost always needs to be cut into pieces to fit on the bathroom door. There may also be flooring, trim, surrounds, and plumbing that need to be removed and replaced. While a new tub can cost as little as $200, labor expenses for the replacement process can easily add $1,000 or more to the bill.                                                           

Instead, many homeowners have the existing tub reglazed, which typically costs $300-$1,000, depending on the area and process. Whether your bathtub is dingy and stained, or even if it sports some serious rust and cracks, a trained professional can likely fix and re-coat the surface for a like-new look. Cast-iron, steel, and fiberglass tubs and shower stalls can all be re-coated to match the original finish or in an entirely new color.

The refinishing process involves three steps:

First, the technician strips off the old finish and sands the tub to create a smooth surface.

Next, any holes, cracks, chips, or rust spots are repaired.

Finally, a primer, multiple layers of coating, and a sealant are applied. The bathtub can usually be used again in one to three days, and the finish should last 10-15 years.

There are do-it-yourself (DIY) reglazing kits available, but this work is best left to a trained contractor. These products don’t use the same technology as the professionals, and the results are less durable and often look painted on rather than smooth.


Refinishing is well-suited to very old tubs, which typically have more character and are made of higher-quality materials than what’s available today. The process isn’t always the best solution, of course. For example, for a newer, low-quality tub, you’ll get better results by replacing it with a higher-quality model. Tubs that are in bad disrepair may not be candidates for reglazing. Also, homeowners who are remodeling and want a larger tub or one with more modern features, such as jets, will need to demolish and replace.