What Is Refinishing?

 

Thank you for visiting our web site and giving us the opportunity to introduce you to the little known concept of  "One Day Remodeling" also known as refinishing.

 

The average home owner's first thought when you mention the term remodeling their kitchen and bath is to "Tear out and Replace" the room. Since kitchens and baths are the rooms that usually have the most hard surfaces these are where the largest challenges and expenses occur.

 

Complete or Conventional Remodeling involves messy tear out of not only the fixtures but also removal of the floors, beams, walls, then rebuilding the rooms from scratch using new materials.
The benefits to these options are many, but because of the mess, daily lack of privacy, inconvenience and cost, this is not a viable option for most of us.

Fortunately there is now an affordable way to renew your kitchens and bathrooms without all the hassles, cost and inconveniences of conventional remodeling. This is also known as refinishing, resurfacing or reglazing. The concept and procedure have actually been around for about 50 years but is still mostly not known about to the average homeowner.

 

The PBRA  Has dedicated this web site to informing and educating the general public about these new and exciting refinishing, resurfacing, reglazing options. Using our modern refinishing techniques, and the best materials our well trained technicians can help you realize a saving of up to 80%  over the cost of replacement. This huge savings can be applied elsewhere in your overall remodeling plan thereby allowing you to either upgrade in other areas.


Stained, chipped, and hard to clean surfaces are unsightly and unhealthy and can create a negative impression to your guest, customers or clients. Refinishing will give the old fixtures a smooth glossy
or satin finish in a matter of hours. This non porous finish actually meets or exceeds manufacturer's specifications for stain and acid resistance.Bathtub refinishing and Counter top refinishing is the most  
cost effective way to remodel you kitchen and bath fixtures.

 

Using the latest in chemical coating technology, we can restore bathtubs to by applying a new surface and restore cultured marble, Formica, tile almost any hard kitchen or bath counter top to a Corion or Granite Like Surface.

 

Hard as rock and virtually impervious to chemicals our customers realize a saving of 50% to 90%plus the best warranty in the business:
Because all of our members are independent business owners, warranties will vary. Please check with your local PBRA member as to terms and conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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