Mayslanding New Jersey

Bathtub Refinishing Mays Landing

Thank you for taking the time to explore our bathtub refinishing Mays Landing NJ 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. Closed weekends and holidays.

Coverage Area

We service the entire state of New Jersey with 5 strategically located technicians (one of whom is in Mays Landing!). Call us for a no-obligation quote.

Refinishing Services Offered by our Mays Landing Team

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Bathtub Refinishing

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Tile Refinishing

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Counter Refinishing

Bathtub Refinishing projects by our Mays Landing 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.

  • Fun facts about Bathtub Refinishing Mays Landing

The community was named for Captain George May, who sailed the Great Egg Harbor River in 1740, and purchased land in the area in 1756.

Mays Landing had a total area of 1.885 square miles (4.881 km2), including 1.660 square miles (4.299 km2) of land and 0.225 square miles (0.581 km2) of water (11.91%).

  • Famous people from Bathtub Refinishing Mays Landing
  • Brandon Bell (born 1995), linebacker
  • Cory Bird (born 1978), football safety
  • Ilsley Boone (1879–1968), entrepreneur
  • Suzette Charles (born 1963), singer and entertainer, who became Miss America 1984
  • Darren Drozdov (born 1969), former wrestler for WWE and NFL player for the Denver Broncos.
  • Mae Faggs (1932-2000), track-and-field athlete who was a gold medalist in the Women’s 4 × 100 meters relay at 1952 Summer Olympics
  • William Moore (1810–1878), who served in the United States House of Representatives, where he represented New Jersey’s 1st congressional district from 1867 to 1871.
  • Sharon Kay Penman (born 1945), historical novelist.
  • Graciela Rivera (1921-2011), first Puerto Rican to sing a lead role at the Metropolitan Opera.