Sink/Vanity

Refinishing in Maryland

Sinks and vanities inevitably suffer discolorations, permanent stains and hairline cracks over time. Daily use is hard on porcelain or porcelain compounds and often there’s nothing you can do to prevent damage from daily use. Unfortunately, replacing sinks and vanities is an expensive, complicated task that may take a Maryland home remodeling company weeks to complete. Plus, you’re left with a huge mess to clean up after the remodelers leave. In addition to the stress of a total bathroom renovation is the possibility that plumbing may not work correctly or remodelers may be less than professional with their work.

Trusting our sink refinishing services in Maryland means you won’t have to worry about cleaning up a demolition-like mess in your bathroom, nor will your plumbing be disrupted. We’ll transform sink and vanity surfaces from funky to fantastic in one day without removing any major bathroom components. Unlike other refinishing companies that only care about booking as many projects as possible without regard to quality of workmanship, we ensure our clients receive top-quality work because we never overbook our clients.

Rusty Sink? Cracked Vanity? No Problem!

Sink and vanity resurfacing is the most cost-effective alternative to total bathroom remodeling. In many instances, homeowners don’t know about our vanity refinishing and sink resurfacing services in Maryland. After all, home remodelers aren’t going to tell potential customers they could have dramatically improved the appearance of their bathrooms by hiring refinishers to do the job at a fraction of the cost. Well, we’re here to tell you about the benefits of sink and vanity resurfacing.

When remodelers talk about reglazing, resurfacing and refinishing sinks and vanities, they are referring to the same process. After thoroughly removing any old surface coatings, including rust, we then spray a special, industry-formulated material requiring a 24-hour cure time before setting permanently. This means you’ll be able to use your refinished vanity and sink the next day.

Repairing cracks and chips in sinks or vanities before resurfacing is feasible if damage is localized and not too extensive. Minor burns may also be sanded and smoothed out before we apply refinishing material to your sink and/or vanity. Trying to repair cracks and chips using store-bought epoxies or glues may worsen the damage, and it won’t last very long.

Talk to us before calling a home remodeling company

f you want dependable, professional and conscientious vanity refinishing in Maryland, we are here to help you save money without compromising the appearance of your home. Before you make the decision to invest thousands of dollars in a complete bathroom remodeling project, give us a call at 240-668-4208 and we’ll come to your home to evaluate a possible project. We’ll also give you a free quote. At Custom Tub & Tile, we are happy to go an extra mile for our customers simply because we consider them a part of our family.

Questions and Answers about Refinishing

What is Resurfacing?

Refinishing, Resurfacing, Reglazing, and Re-enameling are all the same.  It is the process of restoring surfacing of a worn or damaged bathtub/shower pan/tile to a like-new condition. Custom Tub and Tile does that by employing our 8-layer resurfacing system which allows them to give their clients 8 layers of protection on top of their original substrate. The resurfacing material is sprayed out of a gun, much like car paint, and applied by their skilled technicians who are trained in-house. The new surface only has a 24 hr cure time allowing their clients to remedy their surfaces in one day.

Is Resurfacing Right for Me?

Custom Tub and Tile provides their clients with the ability to avoid the stress and expense of a complete remodel through resurfacing. Not only does their process extend the life of their clients’ bathrooms but it also saves their clients’ money while adding value to their homes.  Resurfacing is estimated at less than half the cost of an average bathroom remodel, and it is just as customizable. Custom Tub and Tile also offers one of the longest warranties in the industry so if you are looking for the smart way to remodel then resurfacing is for you!

How Long does it Last?

Custom Tub and Tile offers a 5 year warranty on their workmanship; however, if the surface is properly maintained it can last over 10 yrs. Their resurfacing process employs the use of mechanical and chemical bonding giving their clients the assurance of a surface that will survive the test of time.

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“I would recommend Custom Tub & Tile to a friend for a couple of reasons. One, I thought the overall process was actually advertised accurately, which I seldom see.  Two, I really like the staff at Custom Tub & Tile, they were very friendly and very accurate.  And they delivered exactly what they said they were going to do on time and at a very good cost.
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“I decided [Custom Tub & Tile] had the best materials, the best guarantee, and the best price…The technician who came knew exactly what he was doing…It’s surely been a year and a half or two years and the tub looks like the day he did it.  I have absolutely not a mark, not a scratch, and no evidence of any deterioration whatsoever .  My only regret is that I didn’t have it done in the other bathroom!”
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“I could not have been more pleased.  What I liked about [the technician] was that from the moment I met him I had a sense of confidence about his capabilities.  He was neat, he was polite, he was obviously an expert at what he did…When I got home the place was immaculate and the tub was beautiful.”
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“I had a fantastic experience and I think Custom Tub & Tile won my business because of the patience of [their office staff] who responded to probably a countless number of emails asking [them] all sorts of different questions about their process…[They] very patiently, clearly responded to every single one of my questions.  And that really impressed me.”
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