On Services: My Thoughts Explained

Bathtub Reglazing and Hiring the Right Services Your tub has become old and ugly and you think you’re ready a change. That brand-new $300 bathtub unit at a retail hardware store is so tempting. On the other hand, you can simply reglaze or refinish your old tub for much less hassle and cost and still have a tub your friends will swear is new. At a price of around $300 – $400, a reglazing company will add a fresh coating to a regular-sized tub in just a day, and it will be usable again after two to four days – certainly much faster compared to a full replacement. Choosing a Bathtub Reglazer
Bathtubs – My Most Valuable Tips
The goal of all bathtub refinishing projects is to give the homeowner a like-new bathtub unit, but truth is, not all bathtub reglazers can deliver on this. When looking for a good professional bathtub reglazing service, consider the following tips:
3 Services Tips from Someone With Experience
> Request estimates from several contractors. > Inquire about their product, how long it takes them to finish the project, and if they offer any warranties or guarantees. > Research the contractor’s background, particularly their level of experience in reglazing and any certifications they may have. > Since the reglazers need to enter your home to do their job, know what background checks are used to screen their workers or subcontractors. > Ask for client references and let them show photos of previous projects. > Don’t even consider hiring someone who is not licensed, bonded and insured, even if they seem great in all other areas. You should receive the project estimate in written form. This keeps surprise charges at bay as the job draws to a close. Common Bathtub Reglazing Problems Not all jobs come out perfect, even if you hired a reputable professional. These are the problem signs you need to watch out for: > Bubbles – indicates air is trapped in between individual paint layers, either because the bathtub was used before the paint could dry completely or the coating was not allowed to set properly > Fading – occurs when the coating or paint is too thinly mixed or does not dry properly, or if the reglazed bathtub is cleaned using very harsh and abrasive products > Roughness – shows that the surface wasn’t properly sanded or cleaned before the application of coating > Sticky feel – a sign that the reglaze coating hasn’t fully set and may have to be reapplied, although it’s also likely that the reglazing chemicals were not combined properly or that something, such as a cleaning agent, might have reacted with the coating Just because a professional bathtub reglazer will work on your project doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be on top of it. Now that you know how to choose a good contractor and spot reglazing issues, you should be doing just perfect.

Writen by Nathan Robinson