Kitchen Resurfacing

Stage  1

Doors are removed from cabinets and these are taken back to factory for resurfacing.  Generally doors are picked up one week before to give time for them to be resurfaced so kitchen is still functional until kitchen is at stage 2

 

Stage 2

Masking and protection of cabinets, walls and surrounding

Stage 3

Preparation of all surfaces is completed and resurfacing is done

Stage 4

Doors rehung and final detailing is completed

Most kitchens from stage 2 are completed in 2 to 3 days.

Bathrooms & Kitchens

When damage is scattered over the benchtop, the finish is worn, or a color change is desired, it is more economical and efficient to refinish the benchtops existing laminate. Benchtops can be refinished in a matter of hours without the mess of a replacement job and at significant cost savings over replacement. The longevity of the refinished benchtop should be equivalent to or exceed that of the original countertop. Both gloss and satin finishes are available. Refinished tubs or ceramic tiles can easily last 15 to 20 years or more with proper maintenance. A new porcelain bathtub may last a few years longer, but the cost of replacement is nearly triple what it would cost to refinish. Not only is refinishing more cost-effective, but refinishers are also able to provide extras, such as custom colors. Refinishing is also great for repairing small chips and cracks, making it ideal for fixtures that are otherwise in good condition. Professional restoration companies like Silver Fern Resurfacing guarantee their work, so be sure to ask about warranties when shopping for a refinisher. Replacing old fixtures like the tub, sink and tile can be expensive and difficult. But even if you're remodeling on a budget, you don't have to live with old or ugly fixtures any longer. If the surfaces are made of porcelain, ceramic tile, fiberglass, acrylic, cultured marble or laminate, you can now update your bathroom and save time and money.