Multi-Spec Glazing is a great way to take an old fixture like a tub shower surround and or a vanity basin and give it a new look. Often times with renovating a home you may run into budget constraints. Multi-Spec Glazing is a great way to save and breathe new life into an old bathroom that's seen better days. Take for example figure 1.A, this is your typical 4x4 tile in a tub shower surround. From the 1920's all the way through to the 70's you'll find this tile in bathrooms across America. Often times it can be dangerous to remove due to asbestos in the plaster and mastic used, not to mention the threat of lead poisoning.
Avoid expensive environmental issues simply by not disturbing the tile substrate and opting to glaze instead.
What else can you glaze?
Over time, tiles can become stained and discolored. Grout can become dirty with a permanent layer of scum that won't wash off. Yes you could grind out the old grout and re-grout and touch up the look of the lines, but what do you do with discolored tile?
The high gloss finish will make the tile look almost brand new and add a sheen that will breathe new life into the bathroom. Resurfacing is an inexpensive and convenient way of achieving a complete change of appearance in the bathroom without the cost and inconvenience of total replacement. A complete bathroom resurfacing project usually takes 2 to 3 days depending on the scope of work and will usually cost between $1,200 and $3,000 depending on the size and condition of the bathroom. A site inspection by an approved Glazer is required in order to provide recommendations and a firm cost.
Color Matching - Depending on color choices, there may be an additional charge in the range of color combinations you want for your project. Individual items can be resurfaced on their own, or any combination of fixtures including walls, floor tiles, basins, vanities, spa baths, shower trays, shower floors, etc.