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Refresh All Your Bathroom Tile For a Fraction of The Cost

Purchasing and installing new bathroom tile is costly and time consuming. JP Glazing can provide a brand new finish at a fraction of the cost and time.

Shower Tile Reglazing

Phone/Text: 617-820-6476

Why JP Glazing

JP Glazing is committed to delivering top-quality reglazing services, using the finest materials and techniques to ensure a flawless, durable finish that stands the test of time. JP Glazing is fully insured and guarantees our work which comes in any custom color.


Our experienced team of skilled professionals takes pride in their craftsmanship and attention to detail.


Our clients are comforted by our commitment to professionalism and adherence to industry standards.

Satisfaction Guarantee

If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with our services, JP Glazing will make it right at no extra cost.

Customized Solutions

At JP Glazing, we understand that every customer has unique needs, and we tailor our services accordingly.

Cost-effective: Reglazing is significantly less expensive than replacing all bathroom tiles, often costing a fraction of the price.

Time-saving: The process typically takes only a day or two, compared to the lengthy process of removing and installing bathroom tile.

Customizable: Reglazing allows you to change the color of your tile to match your bathroom décor.

Durable: When done properly, reglazed tiles can last approximately ten years with proper care and maintenance.

Environmentally friendly: Reglazing eliminates the need for disposing of an old tiles, reducing waste in landfills.

Preservation: For older homes with vintage or unique tiling, reglazing allows you to maintain the original character of the bathroom while updating its appearance.

Our Value Add

Preparation: The tile surfaces are thoroughly cleaned, and any cracks or chips are repaired using a filler.

Sanding: The surface is then sanded to create a rough texture that allows the new coating to adhere properly.

Masking: The surrounding area is masked off to protect it from the new coating.

Priming: A primer is applied to the surface to ensure better adhesion of the new coating.

Coating: The new coating, typically made of a durable epoxy or urethane, is sprayed onto the surface in multiple layers.

Curing: The new coating is left to cure for several hours or overnight, depending on the product used.

Our Process

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