Baths, Sinks, Shower Trays

Common Repairs

Sinks, Baths & Showers

Chips in baths and sanitary ware pose added issues due to potential for water damage to surrounding surfaces. Our repairs remain waterproof and durable whilst also matching the colours of the wider suite.

Damaged Bath

This bath exterior had a very large section missing due to accidental damage. Many people would assume that they’d need to get a new bath however Surface Medic was able to completely repair and restore the damage making it look as good as new.

Chipped Sink

This sink was badly chipped on the outer rim. To repair it we were able to fill in the damage and restore the area leaving it with a shiny, glossy finish.

Featured Case Study

Handle broken and fixed before and after

Broken Acrylic Bath Handle Repair

Acrylic - Damage: Cracked

One of our Surface Repair Technicians arrived at a house to look at a damaged acrylic handle. The handle on the bath had broken and because the bath was installed 10 years ago, sourcing a replacement was proving difficult.

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Other Repair Services

Worktop and Countertop

Worktops and countertops repairs are common types of repair due to their constant use.

Wall & Floor Tiles

Walls & floor tiles endure a lot of wear and tear causing chips, cracks and scratches.

Glass and Window

Scuffs, scratches and abrasions can be polished, often avoiding the need for replacement.

Doors, Frames, Kitchen Units

Scuffs and scratches happen easily to doors in constant use.

Bricks and Stone

Damaged stonework can be challenging due to colouring and matching texture of bricks.

Baths, Sinks, Shower Trays

Baths, sinks and shower trays are areas that are used very frequently making them prone to damage such as chips, cracks, holes and colour staining.

Wood and Laminates

Wood & laminate floor coverings are very popular due to their glossy clean finish however they can easily become scuffed and scratched losing their shine.

Caravan and Mobile Homes

Caravans and Mobile homes need to be built with lightweight materials to ensure they are fit for purpose, unfortunately this means that they are more susceptible to damage which can be particularly tricky to repair and get restored.

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