Pacific Reglazing has been reglazing/refinishing/resurfacing (all mean the same thing) bathtubs in the Los Angeles/Orange County area since 1991. We take pride in our work and strive to give you the best job possible each and every time. We do from 50 to 100 bathtubs a week, and if we make a mistake (which happens less than 1% of the time) we fix it right away. If the tub is properly cared for it should last 5 to 10 years, and the warranty is 5 years.
Sinks come in all shapes and sizes and are reglazed in much the same way as a bathtub and though smaller , they sometimes provide more challenges. They do use less material and so are usually less expensive to reglaze. Bath sinks have the same life expectancy as tubs and are also warranted for 5 years. Kitchen sinks, on the other hand should always be replaced when possible. If your kitchen sink is in a tile or a granite counter you might want to reglaze it to avoid destroying your counter, but you should be aware that if you go that route you will have to be real careful with your sink, because reglazed kitchen sinks will not stand up to the banging of pots and pans.
Fiberglass Tub Repair
Fiberglass bathtub repair has become a service in high demand in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.This oThis due to rushed construction earlier in the area. Repairing a bath /shower nnit that was improperly installed with poor support requires skill and an awareness of what is needed to make a lasting repair.
Pacific Reglazing has been resurfacing countertops since 1991. It was one of the first services we offered, since it was back in the days of orange and yellow and avocado green counter-tops, which had become outdated. One of the big services at that time was to go into the kitchen and change the color of all the appliances and the counter-tops.
Countertops include both bathroom counters and kitchen counters, and can be made of ceramic tile, laminates such as Formica, cultured marble and other molded plastics, as well as Corian and a few other composite materials. We not resurface Corian, has Corian can be “sanded” down so that a new surface becomes the counters exterior, and we do not have the equipment to do that properly. Ceramic tile, Formica, and cultured marble on the other hand can be resurfaced, re-glazed, or refinished (three words that can be used interchangeably) to make the counter look like new, without the expense and lost time of replacement.