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Now you can have your bathroom transformed by the proven TubPotion Process and coatings. For a fraction of the cost of replacement.
Avoid the expense and construction mess. From minor repairs to a full blown bathroom makeover.
Great for kitchen countertops as well.
- Ceramic wall tile, add a boarder or the whole wall.
- Cermaic floor tile refinishing.
- Vanity tops and sinks refinishing.
- Kitchen Countertop refinishing.
- Even your bathtub for a spectacular look.
From custom colors like this client wanted, a rich purple theme. whether you choose bathroom refinishing or our premium acrylic tub liners or surrounds.
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Situated in the Northern Virginia region, Fairfax forms part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area.
In 2009, Fairfax was ranked No. 3 in the “Top 25 Places to Live Well” by Forbes magazine. Forbes commended Fairfax for its strong public school system, high median salary, and a rate of sole proprietors per capita that ranks it in the top 1% nationwide.
The city derives its name from Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, who was awarded five million acres (20,000 km²) in land located in Northern Virginia by King Charles. The area the City of Fairfax now encompasses was settled in the early 18th century by farmers from Virginia’s Tidewater region.
The town was established as the Town of Providence by an act of the state legislature in 1805. It was officially renamed the Town of Fairfax in 1874, and became an independent city in 1961 (upon which it acquired its current name, the City of Fairfax).
In 1904, a trolley line was built connecting Fairfax with Washington, D.C.
The former Fairfax County Courthouse is the oldest and most historic building in Fairfax. The first Fairfax courthouse was established in 1742 near present-day Tyson’s Corner, and is the namesake for Old Courthouse Road. It intersects with Gallows Road, which today is a major commuter route, but at the time was the road where condemned prisoners were led to the gallows at the old courthouse. In 1752, the courthouse was moved to Alexandria, which offered to build the new courthouse at their own expense. (The reason the courthouse was moved from the Tyson’s Corner location was because of “Indian hostilities” as noted on the stone marker at the northwest corner of Gallows Road and Route 123.)
The courthouse operated there until 1790, when Virginia ceded the land where the courthouse was located for the creation of Washington, DC. The General Assembly specified that the new courthouse should be located in the center of the county, and was established at the corner of Old Little River Turnpike (now Main Street) and Ox Road (now Chain Bridge Road) on land donated by town founder Richard Ratcliffe. The courthouse changed hands repeatedly during the civil war, and the first officer casualty, John Quincy Marr, occurred on the grounds.
Its design was used as a prototype for many Virginia courthouses built between 1800 and 1850. The first meeting of the Fairfax Court was held April 21, 1800. During the American Civil War the Courthouse was used by the union forces as a military headquarters which resulted in the damage or loss of several records. The original building of the Fairfax County Courthouse was used as the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court until 2009, when that court moved to the expanded main courthouse. The old building is now used for office space.
One of the oldest buildings in the city is what used to be an elementary school. In 1873, the Fairfax Elementary School remains the oldest two-story building the city has ever seen and was built for the outrageous sum of $2,750. This building reflects a new era of free public education in Virginia and the growth of the Fairfax area. Throughout the years the school building was used for housing special education and adult education classes as well as a police academy training center. However, on July 4, 1992, the building was renovated and opened as the Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center.
The Old Town Hall is the social and architectural cornerstone of Fairfax; Joseph Edward Willard had it built in 1900 as a gift to Fairfax. It now houses the Huddleson Library, the Fairfax Art League, and can be rented out for weddings as well as business meetings…Read More about Fairfax VA. at Wikipedia…
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I guess you'd call it a drip on the top of the tub running down the side. Didn't see it till my first cleaning. Contacted C/S and was able to get the tech back out, who was able to sand it out. Once polished, it looked fine. A bit of a pain for me, as I had to leave work early to let him in. But glad it was taken care of. The company was responsive to my concerns and honored their warranty.
Glad we could correct this issue, Jesse. Apologies for the added hassle. Really appreciate your business and review. Paul Burns Porcelain Tub Restorations
Loved the finished product they applied to our tub and tile project. Absolutely looks brand new. Technician took care to keep the work area clean and protected. Everyone was easy to work with and very knowledgeable. Along with very fair pricing, I would highly recommend them.
Thanks for sharing Johanna, appreciate your business and review. Paul Burns | Porcelain Tub Restorations
I'm very disappointed in the customer service I received from the lady that answered the phone. I'm from a state that this company does not service. I was looking for some advice on how to fix my tub, seeing how no one in my state will do the repair. The only thing I got from her was " we don't service your state,good luck with your tub" . Click! No good bye, sorry we can't help you or have a good day.
Appreciate the feedback, though you might feel different in her shoes. She Dispatches work for 8 trucks, schedules and reschedules as needed. Does payroll, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Postal and Bank runs, and answers a hundred phone calls a day, third of which are salespeople, third are our clients and a third are out of state. She doesn't always have time for pleasantries or able to help out, those not in our service area, as another call is coming in. Email would be the best option as it doesn't tie up the phone. She's worth her weight in gold and bends over backwards to help those we can. She did say "Good Luck with your project" So 2 Stars would have been more appropriate. Have a good day! Paul Burns Porcelain Tub Restorations
Incredible customer service and quality work. Tiles and tub reglazed in a beautiful white, absolutely brand new looking. Easy folks to work with, highly recommend.
Thou I'm not in your area and wished I was. Your site was very much appreciated.
A new journey for me....feel educated enough to ask the correct questions.
You're welcome Mark, glad our site was helpful. Regards Paul Burns | BathrenovationHQ