The New Way to Resurface countertops. showers. enclosures. scratches. bathtubs. sinks. tile. chips. cracks.
Bathtub refinishing, bathtub resurfacing, bathtub reglazing, and bathtub painting are all terms to describe the applying of a durable new finish coat to an existing tub. Surface Renew's process for resurfacing of bathtubs is a very cost effective alternative to replacement. The National Remodelers Association estimates that the average cost of replacing a bathtub is $2,000-$3,000.
Who We Are
Surface Renew has a long established history of serving residential homes, apartments and hotels in the Twin Cities area. We are approved vendors with most, if not all, major apartment management companies. We carry all of the required insurance that is needed to work in multi-family units. We are also members of the Minnesota Multi-Housing Association.
The products and procedures that we use are the finest that money can buy. The compound that we use cures in as little as 2 hours, so the fixture can be used again with a minimum of downtime. The new lower VOC’s compounds that we are using result in a significantly lower smell that dissipates much quicker than older technology - without sacrificing any of the strength and durability our work is known for.
At Surface Renew, we are large enough to be able to respond to the unique needs of home owners, property owners, large and small apartments and hotels quickly. We can handle the smallest to largest jobs that you may require.
August 2013 - Surface Renew reaches its 20,000th surface renewed! In June of 2014, SurfaceRenew launched a completely new website and logo to re-brand the company. The new site features a collection of the best Before and After Photo Gallery that shows amazing before and renewed projects. Also featured, is a New Video by Daniel Dybing - who is a Media Production Professional.
Featured on DIY Network's show "I Hate My Bath" episode "Three Ring Circus". Then in 2006 Surface Renew reaches its 10,000th surface renewed!
In 1999, Surface Renew was featured on Channel 5 Eyewitness News story about affordable alternatives to replacement. In 2002 Surface Renew reaches its 5000th surface renewed!
In 1994, Doug Dybing creates "SurfaceRenew" what has now become Minneapolis’ number one Bath and Kitchen Resurfacing company. SurfaceRenew will go on to refinish 17,000 Bathtubs over the next 20 years earning the highest ratings with ratings companies like the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List and The Service Guide!