Charlotte New Life Resurfacing was contacted to refinish a bathtub and kitchen countertop for an apartment complex built in 1970. The nearly-50-year-old tub was resurfaced in a standard white paint finish. The bright coat adds a fresh shine to the room, upgrading it to a fresh and modern look. Additionally, the outdated kitchen countertop was beautifully refinished using our “Bellagio” color option with a matte spray-on finish, adding a great amount of character and class to the room.
An investor in East Charlotte contacted Charlotte New Life Resurfacing to revamp the kitchen of his newly vacated rental. Before renovations, the old-fashioned kitchen lacked modern style. However, instead of replacing the dated surfaces, the investor chose our budget-friendly solution to upgrade the kitchen to a fresh and fashionable look. One of four exceptional faux wood grain cabinet finishes, our “Cherry” cabinet option beautifully compliments the light “Birch Bark” pour-on epoxy topcoat finish of the countertop.
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Charlotte New Life Resurfacing was called to update this older oak kitchen located in Waxhaw, NC. Before renovations, the old-fashioned kitchen lacked character and elegance. The older colors darkened the room; however, through our procedures, we were able to restore a large amount of charm and beauty to the kitchen. The dull white laminate countertop was resurfaced in “Galena Gray” with a matte spray-on finish, and with the basic cabinet structures still intact, we were able to simply refinish the cabinetry in the “Online Gray” paint option. Bypassing the typical risks from tearing out and replacing the cabinetry and countertops, this older kitchen was remodeled to a brand-new quality.
A homeowner in an older suburb of Charlotte contacted Charlotte New Life Resurfacing LLC for help. Her bathroom was old-fashioned and many of her tiles were cracked and chipped. She wanted her bathroom modernized, but didn’t have a large budget. Charlotte New Life Resurfacing re-glazed all the wall tiles to accomplish the desired contemporary look. It now has a fresh look without the normal associated costs!
Charlotte New Life Resurfacing was contacted last week to help repair a badly cracked composite sink. After careful assessment, we determined the damage was too extensive to just spot repair. The only solution was to repair the damaged area, and then resurface the entire sink. After repairing the crack, a black primer was applied. The “Nightspots” multistone fleck was then sprayed on, and to complete the project, three layers of satin topcoat finish was applied. See the results below, providing the kitchen with a fresh and exciting new look.
If your bathroom feels cramped, with old glass shower doors and a dated tub, an ideal solution is to remove the glass doors and have the complete tub and surround resurfaced or re-glazed by the professional services of Charlotte New Life Resurfacing. Before remodeling, the bathroom looked smaller, cramped, and outdated. With the glass shower doors removed, the surround repaired, and entire tub and surround re-glazed, the bathroom has a fresh and clean new look. See below for the results of our bathtub and shower remodel!