Your home is your safe-haven. It is the place that you have worked very hard to buy and maintain. And we value this relationship which is why we will always be discreet and as quiet as possible while working on your shower tiles. We do not have to tear out or destroy your whole bathroom. Our process is non-invasive and relatively quiet, apart from the buffing process. However, that is relatively fast, and the rest of the refinishing process is unobtrusive. You will hardly notice our contractors are in your home until you get to go marvel at your revamped shower tiles.
Custom tile design can occur after the tiles are installed. If you have a neutral color tile, then we can assist you with a new color and pattern that is unique to your home. Even if you want to have every bathroom in your home slightly different or matching, we can do that. Proposals can be written for multiple bathrooms or single bathrooms. We want you to enjoy the ambiance of your new shower tiles by letting us provide a refinish that will leave your bathroom rejuvenated, colorful, and set to impress anyone that uses your bathroom.
We strive to provide quality service with speed, affordability and friendly communication that will leave you happy you selected Jersey Refinishing for your refinishing needs. Our goal when refinishing shower tiles is to leave a finished product that is like new or better. We want the tiles to have an essence about them that completely changes the feeling of the bathroom.
Additionally, we have a no mess left behind policy for all of our work. This means that no matter how dirty the job gets, we will always leave your bathroom clean and better than how we found it.
Fiber Glass Showers
Does your fiberglass shower/tub look dirty? Does it have cracks or broken spots? We are now able to make repairs and refinish your shower/tub to look like new.
Clawfoot Tub Refinishing
If you are in need of a cost effective solution to these problems and don’t want to hassle with the headache of replacement, bathtub refinishing is the way to go.
We love the beauty and integrity of our old kitchen cabinets, but after years and years of use, the finish has worn down, giving them a scuffed and shabby appearance.