Property Bathroom Refinishing in Raleigh

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Quick & Affordable Property Bathroom Refinishing

Homebuyers and renters want clean, modern spaces to live, particularly the bathroom and kitchen areas, so if they tour a property and see stained tubs, cracked tiles, and chipped countertops, they’re most likely going to move on to the next property. While renovating a bathroom may not be in the budget, that doesn’t mean you can’t make a dramatic transformation before your property goes on the market. For an affordable, fast way to revitalize a drab, outdated bathroom or kitchen, more real estate agents and property managers in Raleigh are turning to Specialized Refinishing. We offer professional bathtub refinishing, countertop resurfacing and tile reglazing that will appeal to prospective home buyers and renters without the time, cost, and stress involved in renovation.

Our Kitchen and Bathroom Refinishing Services

At Specialized Refinishing, we have a team of highly experienced, certified refinishing and reglazing technicians who can restore and revitalize a wide variety of surfaces and fixtures in your rental property or before you put a house on the market.

Whether we are putting a new finish on a stained and cracked bathtub or transforming outdated tile with a brand new glaze, our team follows a comprehensive process to ensure the finished result doesn’t just look good when we’re done, it will maintain its beauty for years to come.

Same Day Service for Home & Apartment Bathroom Refinishing in Raleigh

Get your home or rental property in tip-top shape for a fraction of the time and cost of a renovation. Schedule a free estimate by calling  919-747-4800 or filling out the form below.

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