How Long Will It Last?
A bathtub or ceramic tile wall refinished by Bath Professional Refinishers should easily last 10 to 20 years with proper care and maintenance. In fact, many of our jobs done over 20 years ago still look great.

How Durable Is It?
Just as technology has improved so many things, as did refinishing coatings. The refinishing coatings used by Bath Professional are incredibly durable. Our finishes are designed to stand up to their intended use. However, just like a brand new surface, a refinished surface can be chipped or scratched if it is abused.

Will My Tub Look Painted?
Most definitely not! In fact, most people would have a difficult time telling the difference between a new bathtub and a refinished one. Refinishing is that good if it is done right.

How Long Will It Take?
A standard size bathtub in reasonable condition will take around 3 to 4 hours to refinish. The tub will normally be ready to use after 24 hours.

Is White The Only Color Available?
No. Bath Professional can match an existing color or create almost any custom color that you choose.

Is Refinishing Just For Bathtubs?
No, refinishing is great for a variety of surfaces including fiberglass shower stalls, kitchen Formica counter tops, ceramic tile, cultured marble vanity tops, and acrylic tubs.

Is There A Warranty?
Bath Professional offers a five-year warranty against peeling or other failure of adhesion for bathtubs, wall tile, and fiberglass.

What do i have to do to prepare for refinishing?
There is nothing you have to do to prepare. A call to us is all you need to do. Our expert refinisher will properly cover your bathroom, etc in preparation of the refinish. This is free of charge to you.

What about my cracks and chips in my bath tub?
No problem. Our specialists smooth cracks and chips in about each tub we refinish and reglaze. Chips are no match for us. Your tub will appear as if there were never any cracks or chips there at all.

Is there a difference between bathtub refinishing and bathtub reglazing?
No. Bathtub refinishing, bathtub reglazing, tile refinishing or tile reglazing are all describing the same process of applying a new finish over a hard surface.