Bathtub Resurfacing in Atlanta
What are the benefits of resurfacing?
In today’s world, we are all looking for ways to economize instead of splurging. When redesigning your home, how can you cut cost without cutting quality? There are so many DIY avenues out there today but, unless you have been doing DIY for a while, do you understand how hard that actually is? It is hard. And tedious. And most likely, you are an amateur so there is no guarantee that you will actually succeed in doing the work, and doing a good, quality job.
One idea when you are renovating your home is to look at ways that you can cut costs, without cutting corners.
That way is by resurfacing. There are so many fixtures in your home that can be resurfaced without having to be replaced: bathtub, tile surround, kitchen counters and cabinets. All of these items can be resurfaced without having to be replaced. If they are in good condition and used with quality materials, why would you want to replace them?
Let’s talk budget.
You are most likely on one, right? This is where resurfacing major fixtures in your home would make more sense than replacing. You want to demolish and replace that avocado green tub and tile surrounding it. Why? Because avocado green was popular in the 1970s and 1980s but not now? Well this is true of the color. But, what isn’t true is that the design of the tub and tile has changed also. That structure is still the same standard tub and tile surround that most contractors would use today.
So what is the real problem in this scenario?
Right, that avocado green. That is where resurfacing comes into play. Keep the tub and tile structurally sound while keeping the dough in your pocket. Get rid of that ancient color. That is what resurfacing is. And that is what we do. Top Gun Applied Surfaces has been resurfacing all of your large fixture needs for over 15 years. We know the industry and we know bathtubs. We are here to help you instead of cost you money.
Completely renovating your kitchen or bathroom means time and money.
Lots of time and most likely, lots of money. To rip out your old bathtub, tile surround and vanity takes time. Then you have to reconfigure the space, hire a plumber, add the new fixtures, new floor and paint. This can take weeks to complete. And cost? Thousands of dollars. A standard bathroom remodel costs anywhere from $5,000 – $10,000 depending on what fixtures and labor you are using. It’s not cheap. And it doesn’t have to cost you that much to get a new look into an old space.