Refinish Bathtubs

Refinish Bathtubs

Refinish Bathtubs

Residential and Commercial Bathtub refinishing experts in South Florida, Servicing Broward, Palm Beach & Miami, Call us today for a free estimate.

Bathtub Refinishing can save you tons of money over buying a new bathtub! Bathtub Refinishing/Resurfacing is a fast and easy way to remodel your bathroom at a fraction of the cost of replacing tubs and installations.

If you have a surface that is hard to keep clean, is stained, or has some chips – well, resurfacing is for you. Maybe you are just tired of the colors that you have, but you don’t want to buy all new tubs. There is no pressure when it comes to Bathtub Refinishing – if you are interested in re-doing your bathroom fixtures, give us a call first. We can explain to you exactly what we do and why it will work for your situation.

Refinishing with South Florida Bath Refinishing is the most economical and efficient way to revitalize your bathroom, at a mere fraction of the cost of replacement. Fixture replacement involves not only the cost of new fixtures, but also replacing the wall, tile, wallboard, tile floor and sub-floor, plus pines and hardware which are damaged during the removal of the tub.

Refinishing vs. Replacing a Bathtub

There are many reasons for giving your bathtub a facelift. Whether your existing one is simply old and unsightly or you’re remodeling the entire bathroom, rehabbing the tub can make a significant difference in the look of the room. When it comes down to getting the job done, the question remains: should you replace or refinish?

Replacing

Most basic tubs retail for as little as $300, which may be equal to or even less expensive than refinishing. Before you start shopping, you need to consider the hidden costs involved in replacing a bathtub, which include:

  • Demolition and removal of the old tub typically adds $70 to $150 to the final price
  • Hiring a plumber to re-attach pipes costs $299 according to the national average
  • Installation of the new tub costs $2,896 according to the national average
  • If you’re thinking of replacing your tub with a shower pan, first consider the effect this could have on the home’s resale appeal. Most prospective buyers shy away from homes without a bathtub, particularly if they have children

Once you add everything up, that $300 tub turns into a project that costs more than $3,000. There’s also always the chance that you’ll encounter structural or plumbing problems along the way, which extends the time and cost of the project.

Refinishing

To refinish a tub, most homeowners spend between $200 and $900, with the average cost coming in at around $460. If you consider all of the costs associated with replacing, refinishing seems like a real bargain. Additionally, if you have an irreplaceable antique or rare bathtub, you likely want to keep it to preserve the charm of your decor or the historical accuracy it provides in an older house.

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