Reglazing Saves Time And Money

How Reglazing Your Tile Can Increase Your Home's Value
September 28, 2017
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Reglazing Saves Time And Money

Now that you’ve decided to go with reglazing, as opposed to replacing, here are some ways AAA Reglazers will save you time and money:
We are devoted to the resurfacing of enamel, ceramic, and fiberglass bathtubs. We resurface sinks and ceramic tiles. You are able to save hundreds by resurfacing rather than replacing your sinks, bathtubs or counter tops. Even though a brand new tub might cost $300, there may often be several costs to replacement like removal and disposal cost, plumbing alterations, and tile job. These costs add up, and you may easily end up spending almost$2,500 to replace your bathroom tub. The expense of refinishing varies depending on the size of your bathtub.
Resurfacing a bathtub requires 4 hours, depending upon the condition. A tub that has been resurfaced before requires a stripping procedure that adds time. A tub with damage will take longer as well. The time it takes us to resurface ceramic tile is relative to the area’s magnitude. Most tile jobs can be prepared for use in 72 hours.This is preferable to having workers tear apart your bathroom or kitchen, replacing items.
A bathtub rectified by AAA Reglazers’ sturdiness is much like that of a brand new bathtub. If non-abrasive and properly preserved chemicals are used for cleaning it’s going to last you many years as a brand-new bathtub would. Just with a non-abrasive cleaner advocated for acrylics, and the key to maintaining any coat is to wash it frequently. Abrasive cleaners can dull as with the end a new bathtub or shine. Our acrylic enamel will stay glossy and difficult for 10 to 12 years when cared for properly. Furthermore, standing water (over long periods of time) is damaging to anything it sits on, so it’s ideal to avoid puddles of water from sitting in the corners of your bathtub or around the drain. Chances are we are resurfacing your fixture due to damage from standing water.
Some refinishing businesses take “short cuts” and want to skip the Etching and priming stages of the refinishing process. Industry wide Studies and laboratory testing have shown that etching is a step In the process to be able to maximize adhesion and give the product That the longest-lasting durability possible.You can be sure AAA Reglazers won’t take short cuts and complete your work right the first time.

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