The Pioneers in Bathtub Resurfacing with 68 years’ experience and over 400,000 bathtubs refinished, we are the experts.
Porcelain & Fiberglass Maintenance uses hi-tech coatings, originally developed for the aerospace industry, to reglaze porcelain tubs, fiberglass bathtubs, as well as acrylic bathtubs. The superior level of adhesion to our proprietary coatings far surpass any other coatings and can also be applied to ceramic tile (showers, walls, countertops) sinks and other bathroom and kitchen surfaces. These sophisticated porcelain tub coatings produce a wonderfully smooth & shiny surface with an incredible durability that will last you for years to come.
Refinishing is quick, completed in 24 hours and is always much less expensive than replacement. The refinishing process allows a Porcelain or Fiberglass fixture to be repaired and the color can be changed right where it is, without removal. By keeping your fixtures and refinishing them, you avoid the aggravation of construction.
In less than a day, you can have your showers, bathtubs, sinks, and countertops refinished and your bathroom tile reglazed in your home or commercial property. Porcelain tub refinishing services are a great way to make old fixtures look like new without the hassle and high cost of replacement.
“Most compelling is the depth of support from the entire company. All employees speak the same language of dedication, commitment and customer care. We would highly recommend Porcelain & Fiberglass Maintenance on any project requiring refinishing services.”
– The Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Throughout our 68+ years of experience in resurfacing, our family owned company, Porcelain and Fiberglass Maintenance, is dedicated to customer satisfaction and a level of quality that is unsurpassed. Through our refinishing services, we are the industry leader in hi-tech quality coatings, and our highly skilled technicians can renew your worn-out bathroom fixtures at a fraction of the cost of replacement. We resurface all types of tubs made of different types of materials.
Over time, porcelain bathtubs and fiberglass bathtubs can become dull and discolored. Your bathtub could even be suffering from slight damage in certain areas, with visible wearing, chipping or cracking. It could be that the bathtub is simply a dated color that you don’t like. If you are in need of a cost-effective solution to these problems and don’t want to hassle with the headache and cost of replacement, the porcelain tub refinishing services our company offers in your area are the way to go.
A clawfoot bathtub is a vintage-style freestanding bathtub with ornate feet, popular during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
An alcove or recessed bathtub is a type of bathtub designed to fit within an alcove or a dedicated space in a bathroom, often with three enclosed sides.
A corner tub is a bathtub designed to fit into the corner of a bathroom, typically featuring two open sides.
A walk-in bathtub is designed with a low entry threshold and a watertight door, designed to provide easy access for individuals with mobility issues.
A drop-in bathtub is a type of bathtub that is installed into an elevated platform or surrounding structure in a bathroom.
A freestanding bathtub is a stand-alone tub not attached to walls or built into any surrounding structure.
A soaking tub, also known as a deep soaking tub, is a compact, deep bathtub traditionally used for a relaxing and immersive bathing experience.
A therapy tub is designed to offer therapeutic benefits, such as hydrotherapy or air massage, to promote relaxation and
An acrylic bathtub emerges from meticulously molded acrylic sheets, fortified with the added strength of fiberglass.
Cast iron bathtubs are typically made of solid cast iron and finished with enamel for durability and a glossy appearance.
A ceramic bathtub is a premium bathing fixture crafted from high-quality ceramic materials, known for its durability, and ability to retain heat.
Cultured marble bathtubs are a blend of crushed marble and high-strength resin, molded to shape for a sleek and durable finish.
Enameled steel bathtubs are bathtubs constructed from a steel base coated with a layer of enamel, combining strength and a smooth, easy-to-clean surface
Fiberglass is created by molding reinforced plastic into a bathtub shape, further reinforced with a protective layer of gelcoat resin.
A porcelain bathtub is built with an iron, steel, glass, or tile base, coated in porcelain enamel, and heat-fired for enamel protection
Stone resin bathtubs are a blend of crushed stone, such as marble or limestone, with a high-quality resin to form a solid and luxurious tub.
1. Tub reglazing
2. Bathtub resurfacing
3. Bathtub re-enameling
4. Tub restoration
5. Bath reconditioning
6. Tub recoating
7. Bathtub refinishing
8. Bath reglazing
9. Bathtub resealing
10. Bathtub renewal