Celebrating 22 Years of Service in the Greater Boston Area. Thank you Bostonians for your patronage, and suppoer.


Who We Are:

Since 1997 Custom Coat & Glaze has successfully completed over 35,000 bathtub refinishing services in Middlesex County, MA. We are the preferred re-finisher of the Boston Globe 2010 and 2011.

Custom Coat & Glaze specialize in the repairing and refinishing of bathtubs and wall tiles for porcelain and fiberglass fixtures. We use nothing but above industry grade materials and quality workmanship, ensuring years of durable service. While there are other service companies offering slightly less (less cost also translates into less quality materials), free gifts or coupon gimmicks to lure customers in. Custom Coat still stands strong by offering no frills, no surprises and no bait and switch tactics. We are the predominant industry staple for bathtub refinishing services for Middlesex County, MA and would love to show you how you actually get what you pay for.

What We Do:

First on all tubs, we remove caulking off the top of tub, next comes the preparation where do perform our double etch technique (no one does this but us, they all think single etch is enough, we know it’s not, we haven’t changed our methods since day one) after we install a professional exhaust in your window, we mask off area with paper, and begin the process by applying 6 coats (again no one does this many coating applications but us, perhaps that’s the reason why they charge slightly less, again, it’s all about getting what you pay for) then re caulking the top of the tub.

If you mention this ad, I will include a non-slip floor installed to eliminate the need for a mat so you don’t slip, (retail 50.00) in the price. Your cost is 295.00( inc tax ) and everything mentioned. It’s all about getting the biggest bang for your buck, that’s what were all about.
Look forward to resurfacing your future needs.

Thank you,
Angelo Owner of Custom Coat & Glaze

(617) 558-0042

(978) 454-1707

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