Is your bathtub or shower old and looking neglected? Do you have the original bathroom fittings and countertops from the 70s or 80s in those out-of-date colors? Are you coping with the previous owner’s decorating scheme? Perhaps you have postponed remodeling your bathroom because of the high cost or inconvenience of getting work done? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it might be time to call Al’s Bathtub Refinishing to resurface the tub, tile and countertop in your bathroom.

Refinishing your tub with Al’s Bathtub Refinishing is a cost-effective bathroom makeover alternative. With this option, you can give a damaged and dirty bathtub a brand-new look and color. When refinishing, bathtub chips and cracks are repaired to give a new look and feel to the tub. You can also change the color of the bathtub. Al’s Bathtub Refinishing will allow you to save thousands of dollars and keep you away from days and weeks of wreckage and the mess of a costly replacement. It also can help you save up to 75 percent on replacement costs. Refinishing a bathtub will extend its lifetime 10-15 years, or even more if you follow some basic care and guidelines suggested by the company.



There are a number of advantages to refinishing bathtubs. It not only allows you to save your hard-earned money and valuable time, but it also has certain environmental benefits too. Refinishing is not the only method to repair bathtubs — you can repair other worn out and hard-to-clean fixtures like showers, fiberglass, acrylic, cultured marble, tile, claw-foot tubs and countertops.

Some say nothing compares to a newly remodeled bathroom. And they are, in part, right. Naturally, an entirely remodeled bathroom has its advantages, but you will be pleased to learn how resurfacing existing fixtures and countertops (and maybe a paint job) can revitalize a bathroom by giving it a completely new look.

Call Al’s Bathtub Refinishing for your free estimate at 679-8297, or visit You can also email owner Al Fernandez at


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