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Refinishing Bathtubs Is Much Cheaper Than Replace

Refinishing Bathtubs Is Much Cheaper Than Replace

Are you thinking about refinishing your bathtub? If so, I don’t blame you because a refinishing bathtub new jersey based company said new tub and shower can be quite expensive. I have seen those commercials that talk about a new tub that fits like a glove over your old one, and those are supposed to be a cheaper solution. However, are they really, and would refinishing bathtubs be a much cheaper and more efficient solution? While it does depend on the type of tub and the situation, it’s worth looking at for sure.

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My bathtub has already been refinished in a certain spot prior to me purchasing the condo. Evidently someone had put a hole in the tub. There are different materials that tubs are made out of, and I have been told by a few people that my tub cannot be refinished in that same spot again. So I am now set to have to replace my tub. The reason why people want a tub that slips over their old one is because otherwise the old tub has to be removed, which comes with a demolition cost.

While I have to end up replacing my tub in the coming years, you might be in the position to have your tub refinished instead. My mom’s tub had markings on it that were left from mats. No matter what she has tried so far, last time I saw the tub, the markings still hadn’t come up. She was going to get this one product she had seen on TV to see if it worked. Refinishing bathtubs is a possible solution in that type of scenario.

Maybe you’re facing something similar. Maybe it’s time to get the tub looking newer and have less of a battle against mold and mildew. You can caulk the bathtub again, too, after you’re done with the refinishing project. Is this a project that you could handle yourself? There are step by step instructions on do-it-yourself sites, so that answer can be yes if you’re handy enough to get the job done. Personally, I would let the professionals do the job.

You would still be paying less than having them remove the tub and replace it. It’s even less expensive of course than having a new tub placed over the old one. If you’re wondering whether or not your tub can be refinished, there are three materials that are on the yes list. They are cast iron, fiberglass and porcelain. I know, who has a cast iron tub, right? Yet many tubs are either porcelain or fiberglass, so hopefully you’re good to go.

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