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!
- Wath can be resurfaced?
Many material types can be resurfaced using variety of preparation and bonding methods followed by a top coating system suited to the intended use: porcelain, ceramic, tile, cultured marble, gel coat, pressure laminates, metals, acrylic vitreous, china vitreous and enamel. Most hard surfaces in the bathroom and kitchen can be resurfaced: baths, basins, shower trays, WC, bathroom fittings.
- When do I need to resurface, reenamel my bath?
You bath needs to be resurfaced when the enamel coat has worn thin and you can feel pitting – series of very small holes – or roughness. If the bath has truly lost its shine or is badly scratched, or you want to change the colour, then we highly recommend you a full resurfacing service. Inspect your bath to get a better idea of its condition then give us a call to find out about the best course of action.
- What is Bath Resurfacing?
Sometimes referred to as “refinishing, reglazing or re-enameling”, resurfacing is a method wherby bathroom and kitchen surfaces can be prepaired and resurfaced in-situ without bathroom removal using a coating system specifically formulated and manufactured for use in the bathroom and kitchen environment. In practice a resurfaced bath can give good service between 5-15 years depending on use and cleaning methods.
- 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.
- How long before I can re-use the bath after resurfacing?
Ready to use time can vary from 6-24 hours depending on the coating system used, ambient temperature and applicator technique.
- 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.