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When you want a fresh look for your bathroom but don't want to spend a fortune remodeling, consider getting your bathtub refinished. The simple task can really add a lot of value to the room. Reglazing your tub will coat the porcelain with a brand new enamel and revitalize and damaged or worn looking areas. For bathtub refinishing in Brookings, SD, give us a call today at (888) 664-9441.Services we offer:
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To grant your bathtub the "good as new" shine that bathrooms need to feel complete, give our professionals here at A Quality Assured a call. You have nothing to lose with a free estimate from our experienced staff. You'd be surprised at how much a simple re-enameling can add to your bathroom. That number again is (888) 664-9441 to refinish your personal bathtub. You'll be glad you gave us a call.
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Cost is always a factor, even when it comes to improving the aesthetics of one's home. That's why we here at A Quality Assured want to offer you the lowest rates for bathtub reglazing this side of Brookings, SD. We understand that money's always tight, and we'll give you the best deal available for bathtub refinishing, Brookings, SD. Scroll down below to analyze ot pricing graph, aimed at providing you with the greatest value at the lowest cost. You'll find that we're more affordable than any of our competitors.
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Your Estimated Bathtub Refinishing Costs in Brookings (1 bathtub): $409.93
Bathtub Refinishing Time: 12 hours
Brookings Bathtub Reglazing FAQ
What will be included in my Bathtub Refinishing?
Just as it sounds, our courteous professionals will come to your home and re-enamel your tub to improve the quality and lifespan of said bathtub. The process involves coating your tub in a synthetic acid etching (and in some cases a primer will be used beforehand). We will also repair any chips or cracks for your tub, giving it that fresh out of the store feel. Typically this can be done after removing your tub's drain. Now while this does add a little bit to the cost and time to complete, it can be well worth it to improve your bathtub's lifespan up to fifteen years. After that, a simple re-caulking is applied to help seal in the new work.
Will there be any Additional Charges that I should be Aware of?
Every job is different, so there's never a guarantee that every job will cost the same amount. With that being said, there are a few factors to take into consideration when it comes to cost. Namely the severity of damage to your bathtub will be the greatest single aspect when it comes to additional charges made. Excessive, deep damage to your tub will result in a little more money and time spent. And if your tub has been reglazed before, that older glaze will need to be stripped off before the new addition can be made. Among the list of damage to keep in mind includes any extensive water damage, deep erosion, re-grouting the tile (or just damaged tiles in general). A bathtub liner or the fiberglass that needs removing/repair will also play a factor in pricing and completion time.
Is there anything I can do to Reduce the Amount of time it will take?
First off the advice that we offer to any customer before a bathtub refinishing job is to remove all of your personal effects from the unit. We'll need to cover every inch or tub to get the finest quality glaze that lasts the longest, and that means we need every inch of space available to be glazed over. So please remove your shampoos and conditioners, soaps, body washes, and containers for all these things before we arrive. It would also help if we got a clear work space around the area, so for smaller rooms this may include removing a vanity.