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Acrylic, Cultured Marble, Fiberglass, Formica, Porcelain, or Tile surfaces ... we can refinish them all! Click an image to get to the specific area of refinishing in which you're interested - or, click here for information on how to get a QUICK BID.


Acrylics have a smooth finish, offer good heat retention, and are non-porous, but the finish is also quite soft and can scratch easily.

Acrylics have little reinforcement and can feel flimsy. Over time, it's common for the bottoms can develop stress cracks.


Cultured Marble is a man-made material that typically has a "swirly" look to the surface.

It also has a high-gloss finish and offers durability and resistance to stains, chipping, and abrasion.


Fiberglass is lightweight and inexpensive, but it also has a low shine, is prone to stress cracks, and typically does not have a smooth surface.

Fiberglass material is porous in nature, so it has a tendency to absorb water. In addition to that, the surface is brittle, which makes it prone to stress cracks.


Before granite became so popular, most kitchen countertops were made of formica, which is a hard, durable, heat-resistant plastic laminate.

Refinishing in MultiSpec gives countertops the appearance of granite without the higher price tag.


The base for a porcelain tub or sink is made of either steel or cast iron, and is specially designed for "enameling" (baking a porcelain finish on top). 

We call these types of tubs and sinks "porcelain," and they are the most common type found in homes built before the 70s.


There are typically 2 places in a home where you will see tile installed - the kitchen and the bathroom.  In the kitchen, tile can be found on the countertops and backsplashes.  In the bathroom, tile can be on the bathtub walls, on a countertop, or on the bathroom walls.