Welcome to Mark’s in Your Bath

Transform your bathroom from a dull, drab and stained place into a more attractive and hygienic space. At Mark’s in Your Bath, we concentrate on bathroom resurfacing. Less expensive and time consuming than a full bathroom renovation but still delivering the same results, bathroom resurfacing is the way to go if you’re working on a budget.

So how does the bathroom resurfacing process work? You get to keep the current layout of your bathroom, as Mark’s in Your Bath won’t do any major reconstruction work on your bathroom. Instead, we restore the flooring, bathtub, shower, tile work and other surfaces throughout the bathroom. The result is a bathroom that looks brand new for a fraction of the cost you would pay for an actual new bathroom.

Bathroom Resurfacing Stands Out for Several Reasons

Cost: Renovating your bathroom or replacing entire components is an expensive process. Obviously, the cost of a full replacement will vary depending on the size of the bathroom and the fixtures you are hoping to install. Usually, though, this kind of job incurs costs in the range of $10,000 to $15,000. At Mark’s in Your Bath, our resurfacing rates are significantly less expensive.

Hassle: The bathroom is one of the most expensive and complex rooms in the house to renovate. The process involves labour-intensive tasks that are noisy, tedious and slow, which means your bathroom will be out of commission for three to four weeks. Mark’s in Your Bath can resurface a bath in 4 to 5 hours and a full bathroom in 5 days.

Flexibility: Why renovate when you can achieve all or most of what you want with resurfacing? Whether you want newer, more modern tiling or need to resolve mould problems in your bathroom, Mark’s in Your Bath can help.

Avoiding the Myth of Bathroom Resurfacing

Sometimes, homeowners don’t have the budget for a full bathroom renovation but decide to steer clear of resurfacing due to the unfavourable things they’ve heard about it. This can be understandable as the conversation about bathroom resurfacing is inundated with misinformation and misunderstanding.

The important thing to understand about bathroom resurfacing is that the quality of the work (and your overall satisfaction with it) will depend almost entirely upon the materials used for the job. There are several different materials that companies will use to resurface bathtubs, ceramic surfaces and tiles, and they greatly vary in quality.

At Mark’s in Your Bath, the materials we use are of the highest quality. We don’t use conventional paints or epoxies, which tend to fail quickly due to poor adhesion to the surfaces. We also don’t use heat curing, a cheap way to speed up the resurfacing process. In most cases, heat curing will damage the chemical properties of the paint and impact the durability of the resurfacing coat.

Mark’s in Your Bath uses a unique resurfacing technique that incorporates chemically hardened materials and a polyurethane topcoat. Our resurfacing materials are specifically designed to adhere to ceramic, tile and bathtub surfaces. They also retain their gloss and shine, withstand impact and don’t wash off or break apart due to continuous contact with water.

Benefits of Bath and Bathroom Resurfacing


Bathroom resurfacing costs much less than replacing your entire bath or bathroom.


You can choose any colour for your resurfacing project to match the fixtures in your bathroom.

Mould Resistance

Mark’s in Your Bath makes sure that your bathroom is properly resurfaced to fight mould problems.

Less Disruption

The average completion rate on multi room projects is between 3 and 12 bathrooms per day based on team tasking. Have your bathroom ready in under 24 hours!

The Bathroom Resurfacing Process

The Process

If you decide to work with Mark’s in Your Bath for a bathroom resurfacing job in your home, here’s the basic process you can expect us to follow:

  • Preparation: We start by getting your bathroom ready for resurfacing. This step typically involves acomplete cleaning and drying of all surfaces.
  • Tile Repair: We can repair any cracks or holes in your tile work.
  • Resurfacing: The actual resurfacing step involves a proprietary bonding agent and a powerful topcoat system, both applied in spray form to the surfaces in your bathroom. These agents combine to give your bathroom the gleaming finish of a newly renovated space.
  • Enjoyment: That’s it! With your newly resurfaced bathroom, you will be able to enjoy shining surfaces and a cleaner look. Best of all, once the bonding agent and topcoat have bonded to the substrates in your bathroom, your new surface will be able to withstand years of cleaning without replacement or maintenance.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

About the Finishing System: At Mark’s in Your Bath, the resurfacing technique we use is called the Worldwide Refinishing System. Developed in the United States in 1970, the Worldwide Refinishing System now has independent and accredited applicators worldwide. Mark, the founder of Mark’s in Your Bath, is an accredited applicator for the Worldwide Refinishing System in Australia. He brings 25 years of spray painting experience to the table, in addition to his certification in this unique resurfacing technique.

About Our Pricing: Rates for resurfacing services from Mark’s in Your Bath vary depending on the complexity, scope and scale of your project, as well as the current condition of your bathroom. We offer cost savings for multi-room resurfacing projects. If you are interested in learning more about our services or getting a free, zero obligation quote, call Mark Savill on 0432 280 583.

Mark’s in your Bath Bathroom Resurfacing Ply Ltd, Accredited member of the Worldwide Refinishing Systems network.