to Sharp Refinishing!
Who We Are and What We Do
We are Jim and Debbie
Sharp, the husband-and-wife team of Sharp Refinishing, a small family-owned and
operated bathtub refinishing company. Since 1980,
we've been serving Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas
like Grapevine, Southlake, Colleyville, Flower Mound,
Roanoke, Coppell, and Keller, by specializing in refinishing the
following types of surfaces:
Although most of our work is residential
that is performed on-site in homes,
we also do a fair amount of
commercial work. Please note
that we do not have an off-site facility for customers to
drop off a sink or tub for refinishing. We only refinish
sinks and tubs
that are already installed in a climate-controlled bathroom.
Unless you were
personally referred to us or found us on Angie's List, you probably came across
our website through a Google search. As consumers ourselves, we know how daunting it can be to try to
choose a service company of any kind just based on a website, so to help set your mind
at ease, please take the time to read a
few of our
testimonials, then call 817.481.3670 or
email us to talk about your specific
refinishing needs. We personally answer all phone calls and emails, and look forward to serving you!
What makes us
different from other refinishing companies?
As previously stated, we are a small
and operated business ...
not a franchise. Our last
name is part of our company
name, and we put it on the
line every day! We have a
vested interest in our
success, and that means
doing it right the first
time, every time. We have
seen SO many refinishing
companies come and go over
the years. They
were the ones who either
subcontracted out their
work, or they just worked
"at it", refinishing
part-time, making it like a
hobby instead of a business,
never fine-tuning and
perfecting the skill.
You know the old saying:
practice makes perfect. We refinish nearly every day of the
week, all year long, and have for the past 35+ years. My
husband, Jim, and our associate, David, are the only ones who do the refinishing. Work is
never sub-contracted out to anyone else. I (Debbie) am Jim's wife and the office manager, the
one you will speak to when you call.
than this website, all of our business comes from personal referrals.
We aren't the cheapest or the most expensive out there, but we are
the best in what we do. From the high quality refinishing
products that we have found and chosen to use, to the meticulous care we take with every
single job, you will never be disappointed with our work.
take a look at our long list of
satisfied customers. In addition to
this list of testimonials, you will see another separate list of testimonials on
Angie's List, a
consumer-driven service reporting agency. Our highly-rated customer reviews
on Angie's List have won us the Super
Service Award for the last 6 years.
How Much Does it Cost?
We list our
prices on our website because we want you to have a
general idea of what your costs will be. Using our pricing
as a guideline will
help you to determine if refinishing will meet your needs. If you want
more information, call us at 817.481.3670.
Every job is unique to us,
and we bid them each individually based on a variety of parameters, including
(1) job location, (2) scope of job, and (3) repair work needed prior to
areas do we service?
Although we are
located near the areas of Grapevine, Southlake, Colleyville, Flower
Mound, Roanoke, Coppell, and Keller, we service the entire DFW metroplex and
surrounding areas from Dallas to Fort Worth and all points in
Here's what we can
cultured marble bathtub refinishing
cultured marble countertop refinishing
fiberglass and acrylic
ceramic wall tile refinishing
How to Get a Q-U-I-C-K-
The quickest way to get an estimate is to send us a picture with
your camera or phone. Sending
us digital pictures via email at Debbie@SharpRefinishing.com helps
us greatly in determining a cost range for refinishing and/or repairs, which
a trip for assessment - and saves time in receiving your bid and
scheduling the work. Also, when emailing for an estimate,
please include your zip code and how quickly you need the work to be completed!
On all pictures, please send an overall
picture of the tub, sink, shower, countertop, or wall tile you're wanting
refinised, as well as a close-up of any damage. On the close-up,
get close enough so I can see the damage, but far enough away so I can gain
perspective of the size and location of the damage in relation to the rest of
cultured marble or oversized fiberglass and acrylic bathtubs:
When sending pictures of a cultured
marble or oversized fiberglass or acrylic tub, please include measurements for length, width,
and depth, because unlike standard 5' porcelain bathtubs, they can be any size
When taking these measurements, do not dip down into the tub.
Instead, just take your tape measure and measure straight across the tub from front to back for length; side to side for width; and
lastly, for the depth, measure from the outside of the tub starting at the floor
and going straight up vertically to the top of the tub.
With pictures and
these 3 measurements, we will be able to give you a good ballpark bid to see if
it fits into your budget.
porcelain, fiberglass, and acrylic bathtubs:
Although some porcelain, fiberglass, and acrylic bathtubs can be odd-sized or
oversized, the most common type are just 5 foot rectangles, so the cost for
refinishing is $350. However, because porcelain tubs are the most common
type found in almost every home and usually lasting for many years before
needing to be refinished, they can come to us with everything from just a minor
blemish to a grayed-out bottom because they have been used so much.
Because of those variables, the most
helpful image will be the one of any damage in or on the tub, whether that is
just a chip, a rusted-out area near the drain, or a grayed-out bottom.
Pictures of damage will enable us to give you a range for repairs, which can
range from $25-$125, depending on the severity of the damage.
cultured marble countertops:
Most countertops are the same depth and
usually have a 4" backsplash, so the only measurement we usually need to
determine a price for refinishing a countertop is the length, plus the number of
bowls in each countertop.