04, December 2017: Surface Renew Inc., a specialist tradesman company today announced a reliable “chip repair” service for Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Ft. Smith, Van Buren, Alma, Benton, Bryant, Fayetteville and Springdale”s homeowners.
“If you are a homeowner whose bathtub, sink, tile or shower is in good condition overall, but maybe sporting a big chip or crack that you’d love to get rid of with having to purchase a new one, there Surface Renew, Inc has a solution for you,” said Bob Kennedy, owner of Surface Renew, Inc which is headquartered in Maumelle, servicing residential and commercial entities.
Surface Renew, Inc, which provides repairing, resurfacing and refinishing bathtubs, wall and counter tile surfaces, showers, sinks and countertops, said their approach is a “cost and time effective alternative to replacement.”
There’s no need to incur the extreme expense of tub removal and replacement just because of an unsightly surface blemish. Bathroom fixtures clog landfills and are bad for the environment. Repairing is a much more ecological and cost effective solution.
Surface Renew in Maumelle Arkansas will ‘renew’ your fixtures with a hard and durable surface in a variety of modern colors and textures of your choice, according to Bob, whose repaired and refinished surfaces are ready to use, and are available in central and north-west Arkansas, covering Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Ft. Smith, Van Buren Alma, Benton, Bryant, Fayetteville and Springdale. Paducah, Murray, Mayfield, Marion and Princeton.
As a local Arkansas resident investor in several apartment complexes, Bob, unlike some property owners, is taking steps to improve his property to create a better living environment for his tenants.
Damage to tile, sinks and tubs can occur anytime and for several reasons. Whether the crack is caused by the manufacturer who shipped the sink or tub to your home, or some heavy object dropped into the tub or sink, the damage can be fixed to look brand new.
“We specialize in returning you cracked and lackluster tub or sink to its original beauty,” said Bob, who doesn’t care for how the item was damaged. He and his team concern are to help homeowners continue to enjoy the use of their tub or sink for many more years to come.