Bathtub Refinishing Massachusetts

Bathtub Refinishing Massachusetts

By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty

Thank you for taking the time to explore our bathtub refinishing Massachusetts page.  50 Years in business! Licensed & Insured.  Over 200,000 tubs done using top of the line products from Hawk Labs.

Contact Info

Call us at 800-463-1879 or click here to send us a message.

Hours of Operation

We refinish in homes from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Occasional Saturdays. Closed on holidays.

Coverage Area

Our main service area is a 50 mile radius around Boston, but we will make exceptions! Give us a call to discuss

Our City Pages:  Boston

Refinishing services offered by our Massachusetts Team

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Bathtub Refinishing

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Tile Refinishing

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Counter Refinishing

Bathtub Refinishing projects by our Massachusetts Techs!

Eastern Refinishing has been refinishing tubs and more in American homes for almost 50 years. We use a top of the line product, have an elite HomeAdvisor rating, plus an A+ rating with the BBB.

Click below to read our reviews on HomeAdvisor.

State Abbreviation – MA
State Capital – Boston
Largest City – Boston
Area – 10,555 square miles
Population – 6,692,824
State Motto – “Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem” – ( By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty)
State Song – All Hail to Massachusetts
State flower – Mayflower
State tree- American elm
State bird – Chickadee
Nicknames: Bay State; Old Colony State
Name for Residents – Massachusettsans

John Adams
John Quincy Adams
Samuel Adams patriot
George Bush
John Chapman / Johnny Appleseed
William D. Coolidge
John Singleton Copley
Bette Davis
Cecil B. DeMille
Emily Dickinson
Ralph Waldo Emerson
John Hancock
John F. Kennedy
Edgar Allan Poe
Paul Revere
Dr. Seuss
Lucy Stone

Transforming a Dated Bathroom

If you live in an old home, you know that it has its ups and downs. Preserving the rich history of the decades past can be fun, but living with some of the old design choices can be less than thrilling. The maze of hallways, oddly shaped rooms, and years worth of dust are just a few of the obstacles you’ll face. While some of these idiosyncrasies can’t really be fixed, making updates to individual rooms can help to update the space. Let’s start with the bathroom.

When you think of transforming your bathroom, you probably think of completely gutting it and starting over right? This can be a lengthy, costly process that will leave your bathroom in shambles for weeks. So before you start tearing your bathroom apart, ripping out the tiles and ordering new appliances, there are other options.

Tile Reglazing
Almost every old bathroom features those bright-colored tiles, reminding you of your great-grandmother’s house. Yellow, peach, teal… who thought those were a good idea? Well, if you’re still lucky enough to be living with them 50 years later, the good news is, you’re not stuck. Tile Reglazing is a great alternative to replacement, especially if the tiles are still in good shape, aside from their horrendous coloring. After a deep cleaning of the bathroom, a professional will come in a spray a very thin layer of enamel across the tile, transforming them in a matter of hours.

Sink & Bathtub Reglazing / Refinishing
In addition to the bright colored tiles, there’s probably some unwanted coloring happening in your bathtub and sink. If they’ve aged to be a dingy yellow, not only is it unattractive to look at, but it probably doesn’t leave you feeling as clean as you’d like after a tub. Refinishing can make a cracked, chipped, dirty bathtub or sink look good as new.

Coat of Paint
Now that you’ve taken care of the colored tiles that were impossible to match, you can add your own splash of color on the walls. Perhaps this time, though, choosing a timeless neutral color that will look good for years to come.

Add Some Decor
After taking care of all the logistics, now it’s time to have some fun with decorating! Add your own personal touches with artwork, decorative shower curtains, and maybe even an antique mirror to still keep that “old house” feel. Whatever your style, the options are now endless with your newly remodeled bathroom!