Elgin Bathtub Refinishing
North Fox Valley Illinois
North Fox Valley and surrounding neighborhoods is a diverse community with history and stability. We travel to the following towns to assist homeowners in restoring their bathrooms:
With a rich history and stable real estate climate, this region gets a big return on their investment when choosing to refinish a tub, shower or sink instead of replacing it. The cost of refacing is far lower, especially when you consider labor, yet makes the fixtures look like new. It's an excellent choice for resale or simply enjoying your home in its best condition.
Homes in areas like Barrington and Hoffman Estates frequently have very nice, upgraded bathtubs and sinks that represented a sizeable investment for the homeowner - one they don't likely want to make again. The beauty of our reglazing and restoration services is that these fixtures can be kept and updated.
Wow, just wow. Incredible service from start to finish. While other contractors can sometimes be a pain to work with, these guys are SO professional. They really listen to what you want and show you tons of options...They scheduled quickly, did an incredible job on my tub, tile and countertop in just a couple days...
Really glad I went with this company. John was so professional and did incredible work. He reglazed our bathtub and refinished the tile surround too. It's been a few months and it still looks brand new. Very pleased.
Thank you! You guys saved me hundreds on a new tub. Our tub was in bad shape, I really didn't think it could be recovered. But you came in and made it look like we just brought it home new from the store.
Restore It Right
St. Charles Bathtub Refinishing Co. is a company that believes in refinishing tubs, tile and bathroom surfaces the right way...and there is a right way. Before starting his own refinishing company, our founder was the national trainer to refinishers all across the country. He brought his methods and standards to this company and uses it to deliver our customers a result that is second to none.