Perma Ceram of Westchester will Give Your Bathroom a New Life

Post# A467588 · New York · Posted by: permaceram13
Bathtub restoration is an option used by Perma Ceram of Westchester while remodeling a bathroom. Restoration is a no-spray process where the existing bathtub is brought back to a like new condition with limited use of solvents with a harsh odor. Perma Ceram uses a formula that will resurface your old bathroom surfaces at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives and in little as one day. We offer a variety of colors to make your bathroom look new without any of the hassles of major construction!

We Offer high Quality & Personable Service to All Our Clients
At Perma Ceram of Westchester, our goal is to give the highest quality & personable service to all our clients, and perspective clients. We have been providing bathroom restoration services for over 30 years. Our work is unmatched in quality and we are dedicated to getting the job done right. Our technicians will come to your house and use a spray on procedure to brighten up almost any bathroom surface which is dull, worn, or stained.

We Provide Guarantee to Our Work
We guarantee our work for up to five years, and most jobs can be completed in as little as one day. We can apply our finish to a variety of bathroom fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks, and tiles. We can match existing colors or even change colors. Our process seals and gives a shiny, smooth, manageable finish to any fixture.

Contact Us at (914) 930 - 4964

Perma Ceram of Westchester Inc. only uses patented materials for the bathtub restoration process provided by SPR International, Inc. We provide our services in Westchester in NY, Bridgeport, Greenwich, Stamford and Norwalk in CT.

If you are interested in our services, call us at (914) 930 - 4964 or email at [email protected] Our office address is 72 Gallows Hill Road,
Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567.

To find out more about us, please visit our website

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