Is your bathtub an ugly color, hard to clean or damaged? Miracle Method can repair and refinish your existing bathtub making it look and feel like new. It will be ready to use in just 24-48 hours. The cost of refinishing is extremely affordable. In fact you save up to 75% over the cost of ripping out and replacing your tub.
Bathtub Refinishing in Grand Junction, CO
Serving Aspen, Vail, Glenwood Springs, Summit County, Grand Junction
Over time, bathtubs start to show their age, but with bathtub refinishing services from Miracle Method of Western Colorado in Grand Junction, CO, a tub that looks like new is only a few days away. Refinishing costs up to 75% less than replacing your tub, and it can usually be completed in two days.
Our certified and trained technicians will apply a high-tech acrylic resin to your existing bathtub and use a proprietary bonding agent to ensure the product adheres properly. We can repair the chips and cracks that come with years of use. We offer:
If you're ready to get started on your bathtub refinishing project, then hire Miracle Method of Western Colorado. We'll show you what we can do for your old bathtub. Call our office in Grand Junction today to schedule your free estimate.
Miracle Method is not painting your tub. We apply high tech acrylic resins that bond to your tub giving it a beautiful and durable finish. Making sure the bond is strong is so important to us that we developed our own proprietary bonding agent named MM-4. Surfaces that are silky smooth and long lasting are two of the things that make Miracle Method the preferred refinisher. In fact refinishing will extend the life of your tub for 10-15 years or more.
We refinish all types of bathtubs including fiberglass, porcelain, cast iron, acrylic, cultured marble and clawfoot tubs. We can even refinish your jetted tubs!
Are you ready for a change in your bathroom? Contact Miracle Method for a free estimate.
*A note on reglazing: Some people refer to bathtub refinishing as reglazing. Reglazing is not practical as it requires the use of a kiln and temperatures as high as 2,500°F.