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"Did a good job reglazing the acrylic tub "

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Countertops develop a lot of scratches and stains that can't be scrubbed away. Laminate can chip and peel away from the underlying material. Even granite and hard stone counters can absorb stains and lose their shine. But replacing your countertops might be out of your renovation budget. Find a local countertop resurfacing company who can make your countertops look like new.

Even highly visible scratches and cracks can be repaired. As long as the damage isn't structural, professional resurfacers can fill in the cracks, repair chips, and fix crumbling edges. Many companies can even provide an estimate for the repairs. Look for companies that:

  • Sand and fill in chips for a smooth surface.
  • Finish surfaces with a sealant to prevent future stains and reduce damage.
  • Can match preexisting countertops with identical materials as needed.

Most countertop blemishes are cosmetic and can be repaired by a professional. Type in your zip code and HomeAdvisor will find countertop refinishing companies in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to get my countertops refinished?

It costs an average of $340 to repair, restore or re-laminate countertops, or between $205 and $500. Countertop professionals usually charge between $35 and $100 per hour, depending on your location.

Countertop materials also influence cost.

  • Cultured marble: $200 - $1200+
  • Slate: $100 - $240 for 30 square feet.
  • Engineered quartz and Caesarstone: $200 - $500

Should I replace my countertops instead of refinishing them?

Refinishing your countertops is almost always more cost-effective than replacing them. Unfortunately, it's important to replace your countertops if a repair would weaken it.

  • Refinishing: Buffing out scratches, sanding away stains and adding a coat of epoxy and sealant
  • Resurfacing: Removal and replacement of worn or damaged tiles or laminate and the addition of a new surface
  • Replacing: Required when repairing, refinishing or resurfacing will damage or cannot fix existing damage

Talk to a professional about your options for refinishing, resurfacing or replacing your countertops.

Can I refinish my countertops myself?

DIY kits are available for minor scratches and other marks for $25 to $50. As with all DIY projects, it's important to evaluate the type of repair needed and decide whether or not you can effectively do it yourself.

Here's a look at the type of DIY projects you can tackle:

  • Replacing grout or tiles on tiled counters
  • Filling and sanding scratches and chips in wooden counters
  • Refinishing laminate with a repair kit

Note that invisible repairs require skill, and the finish you get may be inferior to what a professional can do for you. Talk to a pro about the type of repairs needed, and what he or she can do to help you.

How do I hire the right countertop refinishing contractor?

It's always important to establish expectations up front with your pro, no matter the project. Discuss things like cost, timeline and the number of people in your home. Avoid confusion or communication issues later by talking about these issues before work begins.

Other questions you can ask include:

  • What type of licensure or accreditation do you have?
  • Which types of materials do you have experience working with?
  • Does your cost quote include all materials, labor and additional fees?
  • Is satisfaction guaranteed with this project?
  • Do you have insurance?