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Replace or Resurface A Tub?

When it comes to renovating your bathroom, an unsightly bathtub will need to be addressed to finish up your restoration. Depending on the condition of your tub, you may have a couple of choices to get it looking brand new - replace or resurface. At Customer Shower Stallers, a Waco, Texas Shower Installation Company, we break down what replacing and resurfacing a tub will do for you.

Custom Shower Stallers - Replace or Resurface A Tub?
Custom Shower Stallers - Replace or Resurface A Tub?

Replacing A Tub

Replacing a bathtub requires the old tub to be removed and replaced with a new unit. This is going to be the most costly option, but may be needed if your tub is rusted out to the point that it cannot be resurfaced. This is also the route you will have to take if you are wanting a different size tub.

Resurfacing A Tub

Resurfacing a tub is much cheaper than replacing a tub and is a great way to keep a high-quality tub in service. Many new tubs that are on the cheaper end are made of inferior products. This can lead to you needing to replace the tub later down the road. Resurfacing a good tub can last much longer and be easier on your wallet.

Which Is Best For My Bathroom?

Determining which is best for you will depend on your budget, the type of tub you have, and the condition of the tub. Some tubs cannot be resurfaced and some instances may require that you purchase a new tub altogether. To find out if your tub can be resurfaced and get a free, no-obligation quote, contact Customer Shower Stallers in Waco, Texas today. Our team can take a look at your tub to figure out the best plan of action, give you quotes, and complete the work if you choose to go that route.


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