Refinishing countertops and vanities is a very cost-effective alternative to replacement. Replacing countertops could cost 3-4 times more than resurfacing them. Countertop finishes are durable and, unlike a new countertop, the surface can be touched up if it is damaged.
Why should I resurface my kitchen countertops?
The main reason most customers resurface their countertops is to exchange the countertop’s old look for a modern look. Most kitchen countertops are in good shape, but have an outdated color. Even if the countertop has scratches or pot burns, it can be repaired and reglazed.
What colors are available?
We have two finish styles to choose from. Our first finish style is a single color; the second finish style is a multi-color finish. We offer a wide variety of colors to update the look of your kitchen countertops.
The multi-color finish for countertops has the look of granite. Once the multi-color finish is applied, a clear coat is applied over the top of the multi-color. The clear coat can be high gloss or satin; both are durable and easy to maintain.
Advantages of our product over other companies:
- Retains color and luster (unlike epoxy, which will yellow)
- Won’t crack or chip if you drop a shampoo bottle
- Resists scratches and abrasion
- Low odor (yes, you can stay home while we do the work)
How long does the process take?
The average kitchen countertop can usually be completed in less than a day. Multi-color countertops require a second trip to apply the clear coat finish over the countertops.
How much does it cost?
The average cost to resurface a kitchen countertop is $300.00-$1,100.00, depending on the size and color.
How do I care for my newly finished kitchen countertops?
You should never use abrasive cleaners like Ajax or Comet on countertops; even Soft Scrub has some mild abrasives in it. The new finish will be non-porous, and the dirt and grime will wipe away much easier.
Is the new finish guaranteed?
Tubs and More offers a warranty on our refinishing services that protects against peeling, blistering, or warping.
Our warranty does not cover any damage to fixtures caused by natural wear and tear, stains, negligence, accidents, abuse, misuse alterations, or improper maintenance.
For full details on our warranty, feel free to contact us for a copy of our most current warranty statement.