Serving Fresno, Clovis, Visalia, Madera, Hanford, Tulare and more

Refinishing your Shower is a beautiful and economical way to enhance the appearance of your bathroom without major construction. 

It is much more efficient than replacing your shower, and offers significant cost savings over relining a shower.

Another advantage of refinishing your shower is that it will give you the opportunity to select any color you like, although white is generally the most popular, and for good reason (because it looks great!)

Over the years, showers can tend to lose their shine, and refinishing is a great option for brightening your shower and bathroom, too.

To learn more about shower refinishing in Fresno, please contact us 

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    The shower refinishing process only takes a few hours. In a single day, your shower can look brand new.

    Your newly refinished shower can be used in just 24 hours!

    There is a strong odor during the shower refinishing process, however, we use a ventilation system and the odor is usually gone in an hour or so.

    We offer a 5 year written guarantee on all shower refinishing. We also offer a guarantee on all repairs.

    Payment for shower  refinishing is required at job completion. Commercial accounts are invoiced for payment within 30 days.

    We are not plumbers, and do not engage in plumbing. Disconnecting/reconnecting water controls, spouts, shower heads, drain stoppers and pipes must be done either prior to or following refinishing (depending on the setup and circumstances) by a qualified plumber.

    Assuming you follow proper maintenance, your refinished shower will last for many years.

    Yes, your shower can be refinished if it’s been previously refinished.

    Chips and minor cracks can be repaired during the cleaning and preparation stage of refinishing your shower.

    Yes, however we will have to strip the old coating before we can refinish your shower. Please let us know if you have already had your shower refinished, so we can provide you with an accurate price quote.

    Yes, your tile color can be changed. You can use this color selector to find the right shade.

    Due to the nature of paint taking many days to fully dry, it is best if you paint after shower refinishing. During shower refinishing, we must apply masking tape around the edges of the shower, and new paint may detach or peel if it is not fully dry. Reglaze It Now is not responsible for any paint chipping or peeling that may result.

    A leaking shower faucet will prevent the refinishing from curing, and the new finish will fail with constant water contact. It is best to have any leaks repaired prior to refinishing by a plumber.