Has anyone ever used Bath Fitters or a similar company (home depot does it
to). We only have one bathroom and repping out the tub and tile would cause
some problems so I'm thinking of Bath Fitters. Im just not sure about
covering a porcelain tub and ceramic tile with plastic.
any comments please.......
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Why? I'd dearly love to rip out my tile and replace it with something
radically fewer seams. (I'd also like to get rid of my tub and have
shower, but I realize I'm a little odd there.)
I'm with you, Cindy. My upstairs bathroom has a bathtub (no shower) and we
call that the half bath. The downstairs has a fiberglass stall shower and
wall paper instead of tile, so it's very easy to maintain and clean.
Fundamentally, I agree with you. I haven't taken a bath since I was a kid,
but with only one bathroom, I think for resale, you're almost obligated to
at least install a tub. While plastic tubs and surrounds clean up easily ,
they do have that "motel" look
Rather than Bath Fitters (which puts a "tub liner" around your tub), I
went with a company that did the epoxy re-coating of the tub. It came
out amazing, in any color we wanted (we chose boring white), and took
one day to work as this was our only full bathroom.
The total cost for a 5' high tub/shower surround was about $400.
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