New Glaze Refinishing is Long Island’s premier refinishing company, with over 20 years of experience serving Suffolk County. Whether you need your bathtub reglazed or resurfaced, your kitchen countertop refinished or resurfaced, New Glaze Refinishing has the color or pattern to make old surfaces new for a fraction of the cost of replacing.
Instead of an expensive tub liner from such companies such as Bathfitter or Re-Bath, or the even more expensive route of total bathtub replacement, New Glaze Refinishing will refinish your bathtub for a fraction of the price. And you can be sure of the quality of our work: it is backed by a ten-year guarantee, the only one in the business since we are owner operated.
Give us a call. We will gladly spend time answering any questions you may have.
Porcelain Chip Repair
Porcelain enamel is an attractive, durable bathtub surface, but it can chip. You can repair a chipped porcelain tub yourself with a kit from Home Depot but the color will not likely match and the finish will not be smooth compared to a professional job. Our company has saved dozens of contractors from having to rip out a tub that was chipped in the installation or tiling process.
We repair tub chips and scratches on porcelain and acrylic surfaces with an acrylic polymer that is resilient that will blend for a smooth finish.
Bathtub refinishing has developed into the most cost efficient part of a bathroom renovation project. The money saved by refinishing the tub as opposed to ripping it out and replacing it, will allow you to upgrade your vanity top or toilet. Replace outdated lighting fixtures or install a new tiled floor. If a complete renovation is not needed, and you'd like to just change the color, Bathtub Refinishing is the answer.
Bathroom Remodeling contractors, as well as Hotels and Apartment complexes, are also turning to Professional Bathtub Refinishers in an effort to save money for their customers without sacrificing quality.
Thinking about refinishing yourself? We strongly suggest you don't. Bathtub refinishing or reglazing is not a do-it-yourself (DIY) project, it involves the use of strong chemicals and materials that are beyond the skill and ability for most homeowners and untrained users. DIY kits are limited in their strength, durability and way they are applied. These kits DO NOT have all the materials that are necessary to make a coating stick to your tub.
Most often DIY refinishing jobs end up being redone by a professional with the additional cost of stripping the peeling finish from those kits. I have had many customers who had me refinish their tub after their DIY kits peeled or were dull and stained due to the cheap epoxy used in these kits. If these kits actually worked, there'd be no need for professional re-finishers.
Remember, when all things are equal, it's the refinisher that makes the difference. Contact us today for a free estimate at 631.594.1071