We specialize in resurfacing and repairing cast iron, pressed steel, fiberglass and plastic baths along with shower trays, sinks and washbasins. Our highly trained technicians providing the highest quality resurfacing service to our clients.
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We specialize in resurfacing and repairing cast iron, pressed steel, fiberglass and plastic baths along with shower trays, sinks and washbasins.
Our staff consists of highly trained bath resurfacing technicians, providing the highest quality resurfacing service to our clients.
Every job is finished with the up-most professionalism and covered by a 5-year warranty.
We cover mainly the greater London, south east and south west areas as well, so where ever you are please feel free to contact us.
Our aim is to get the job done and leave you with 100% satisfaction!
If You have any questions, feel free to contact us!
- Will resurfacing, re-enameling take care of chips and other damage?
Chips, cracks and other damage in the original surface should always be repaired before resurfacing. The area is filled to match the contour of surrounding area. Different repair materials are used, depending on the original surface. For instance the materials used to repair porcelain is different from that used on an acrylic surface.
- Can I stop the rust in my buthtub by resurfacing?
If your bathtub has chips in it, or rust around the outlet, or areas where the surface is worn to the metal; then these areas must be repaired first before any re-surfacing work takes place.
The re-surfacing will only last if these areas have been repaired first.
- Painting the outside of your bath.
If you have a roll-top style of bath, then usually the outside of the bath is painted, often in a strong, bold colour. The specialist materials we use for the inside of the bath are not required, although if we do the outside for you we will use these materials.
This is something you can do yourself as the finish on the outside is not as critical as on the inside. After all, you are not going to be sitting naked on the outside. Nor is it going to be getting immersed in water.
If you do plan on doing the outside yourself, we recommend not using a high gloss finish as the outside of a cast iron bath is often quite rough and pitted and a glossy finish will just highlight this. A satin finish should look much better.
Also, doing the feet in a different colour helps to draw attention to them, and if you have clawed feet or the like – some of these baths can have quite impressive feet with a surprising amount of detail – then a different colour is really worth considering.
Or, if you prefer, we can do it for you.
- What is covered by a warranty?
The warranty covers general loss of adhesion or any other coating failure that can be attributed to workmanship of materials for a period of 5 years. It does not cover accidental damage misuse or failure of any substrate.
- I’m not sure if my bath just needs a good clean.
Many baths become coated in dirt and lime-scale and minor scratches over a number of years, even with regular cleaning. This can cause light roughness and discolouration. If this is the case and the surface is still in good condition, we offer a stain removal and polishing process to restore the smoothness and shine.
- How long should the resurfaced bath last?
A properly maintained surface should provide many years of service and enjoyment for the consumer. In the residential field the lifetime that might be expected is between 5 and 15 years depending on cleaning standards, avoidance of accidental damage and misuse. In the hotel industry the period is between 4 and 7 years depending on a daily cleaning standards the level of wear and tear and misuse.