Regarding Glazing

Regarding Glazing

The porcelain and ceramic surfaces and fixtures are restored to give the appearance that they are brand new through a technique called reglazing. Your old, worn-out bathtubs and tiling can have their original brilliance brought back to them just where they are – in just a few hours’ time and at a cost that is a fraction of what it would cost to replace them!!!

Your bathtub has most likely lost its original look over the course of time, primarily as a result of the use of harsh and abrasive cleaning products. In addition, the surface has really grown porous, making it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to maintain its cleanliness. In the same way that a sponge is able to soak up water, the roughened surface is able to capture and hold onto dirt and soap scum.

It’s possible that someone else has chipped or otherwise damaged the surface of your bathtub by dropping a heavy object on it and then walking away. It’s possible that the tub sustained significant damage as a result of improper usage of drain cleaners or other chemicals. It’s possible that the bathtub has been severely discolored by something unknown. It’s possible that your tile is beginning to reveal its age by developing cracks, changing color, or losing its luster. Perhaps the grout in between your tiles is starting to appear old and is difficult to keep clean. On the other hand, it’s possible that you just don’t like the color of your tile or bathtub.

All of these issues can be fixed by reglazing the window. Any damaged or chipped portions can be repaired by our skilled professionals. Using our industrial cleaning procedure, they will then prepare the surface for the subsequent application of the reglazing. Following that, we will cover and protect all goods that are next to the area, as well as set up ventilation equipment to manage any overspray and odors. After that, our one-of-a-kind adhesive coating is applied and allowed to set. While we are reglazing the bathtub, we will also install our “No Slip” bottom in order to prevent mishaps with slipping and falling. The surface is next given a one-of-a-kind synthetic porcelain finish, which is subsequently chemically bonded to the outside. The new finish is glossy and very simple to maintain clean. There are no potentially hazardous chemical residues or messes left in your home. Mildew development is virtually eradicated as grout lines are sealed up, and the process also removes mildew.

Why should an old bathtub or tile be replaced simply because its color has become unfashionable or its surface has been worn out? We can refinish them to look brand new at a fraction of the cost of replacement, and we can do it in ANY COLOR!

When compared to other methods of bathtub replacement, the traditional approach presents the greatest challenge: removing the old tub. During the process, pieces of the tile on the bathroom floor, walls, and walls will need to be removed. It is common for the existing plumbing to be in the wrong spot for the new bathtub to fit, which adds both time and price. When you factor in the cost of a new bathtub, materials for the floor and walls, ceramic tiles, lumber, a carpenter, a plumber, and a tile setter, it is easy to see how the expense of replacing a bathtub can run into the thousands of dollars. This is not to mention the mess, noise, and inconvenience of having workmen traipse through your home for days or even weeks. Last but not least, there is the annoyance of having to go without access to the bathroom in your own home for an extended period of time.

Your worn-out fixtures and tiling can have their former brilliance restored to them in a matter of hours or less with the help of reglazing. You will not have to deal with the downtime and inconvenience of replacing. The cost of replacement can be reduced by as much as 80 percent through the process of reglazing. (By the way, new bathtubs are frequently of a lower quality than the ones they are replacing.) Even the color of the tile and the fixtures in your home can be changed. You don’t have to go through the ordeal of remodeling your bathroom to get one of your dreams.