Countertop and Bathtub Repairs for a Clean, Renewed Look

Why Repair?

The reason people go for countertop and bathtub repair rather than replacement is cost. Repairing cracked, chipped,  damaged countertops, bathtubs, sinks, tile, and other hard surfaces costs a fraction of replacement.

Repairs are possible when the damage is localized to one or two areas. The repair work is blended in to match the existing surface and is generally undetectable.

  • Our professionals will repair your countertop and bathtub making them functional again.

  • Some older tubs are rare and are not easily replaceable. We will save you time and money by repairing vintage tubs.

"They are just really good and reliable and honest."

Dan B.

"They were great to work with, and the quality of their work was fantastic!"

Jamie A.

"They were all very nice, professional. It turned out very well!"

Tracy H.

"Great to work with, does an excellent job quick."


"Excellent service, they were fast, polite and efficient."

Gene N.

"Good quality and would use them again!"


"Did what they said they were going to for the amount they said they were going to do."


"They were efficient and quick. have an incredible product."

Ruth D.

Commercial Repairs

Apartments, hotels, and restaurants are just a few establishments that often find themselves in need of repair work for countertops, bathtubs, sinks, tile, and other hard surfaces. By repairing rather than replacing, you are able to keep costs down for tenants and guests.

Our commercial repair projects have included:

  • Apartment countertops

  • Restaurant bathroom sinks

  • Hotel bathtubs

  • Hotel and apartment vanities

Residential Repairs

Having one of our Professionals repair and resurface your countertop, bathtub, or sink will save you the cost of a replacement. Scratches, chips, and burn marks disappear when professionally repaired, re-establishing that smooth finish you desire.

Our residential repair projects have included:

  • Countertops

  • Sinks

  • Bathtubs/Showers

  • Tile Work

The Repair Process

When the damage is in an area that is always dry, such as the outer surface of a bathtub, a single repair should do the job. However, the damage may need repeated repair if it is in the basin of the tub or sink.

  • Sand damaged areas

  • Clean sanded area and let dry

  • Prepare repair compound and add color

  • Apply compound to damaged area

  • Scrape off excess compound until flush with surface

  • Let dry for at least 12 hours

What We Can Repair

  • Cracks in bathtubs

  • Scratches in countertops

  • Chips in sinks

  • Burn marks on countertops

  • Stains on tubs, sinks, or countertops

  • Gouges in bathtubs and sinks