The Granite Look Without the Tear-Out!
Transform your kitchen countertops from formica to a granite look without the messy tear-out or high price tag! Our MultiSpec finishes will give you the designer look of granite without the designer price tag. Real granite can cost upwards of $50sf installed, while our refinishing process costs about $30sf. MultiSpec finishes can be used on cultured marble bathroom countertops and sinks, as well as tile, butcher block, and formica or other laminate-type kitchen countertops.
Got cultured marble? If your home was built after 1970, chances are, you do - and cultured marble is something that unfortunately will date a bathroom. MultiSpec to the rescue however! We can instantly remove the cultured marble look and immediately update your bathroom countertops by refinishing them in a MultiSpec finish.
Cultured Marble is man-made, and one of its problem areas is that hairline cracks will start to develop near the drain due to hot and cold water hitting directly on the surface for many years. This is a perfectly normal characteristic of this substrate.
Most cultured marble countertops contain one or two sinks, and are one big molded piece. We can repair cultured marble, but because the countertop and sink are all one molded piece, the entire unit must be refinished afterward to hide and seal the repair.
PRICING: To get a general idea of the cost of refinishing cultured marble countertops, multiply the square footage by $30, then add $75 per sink.
What is MultiSpec?
MultiSpec is a uniquely decorative coating consisting of individual flecks of various colors that are subtly blended to achieve the natural appearance of granite and stone. The coating consists of encapsulated paint balls that randomly splatter on the surface as they shoot out of the spray gun during application. This is what gives MultiSpec its natural appearance. The finish is durable, and the stone look is truly custom. We use MultiSpec exclusively on countertops because:
the finish hides a multitude of flaws
it gives a beautiful contrast to a solid finish bathtub
it instantly updates a bathroom and removes the outdated cultured marble look by giving it a granite look
The reason we do not refinish countertops in a solid color is because there are minuscule particles that float through the air during the refinishing process that can and do get permanently caught in the finish - which can and will be seen. Also, if you happen to chip the surface, it would be much more noticeable on a solid finish surface than it would be on a MultiSpec-finished surface.