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Bathtubs are mostly installed in houses before walls are completed. As a result, when damage is detected at the end of the building process, it is not always possible to replace the tub.
This is a type of affordable bathtub restoration that involves buffing down the paint and applying a new coat along with some protectant.
If you are planning a bathroom makeover but don’t have the money to install new tile countertops, try an economical approach: Resurface your current tiles to give them an entirely fresh appearance.
Tile Refinishing & Regrouting
Do the tiles around your bathroom look so bad that you almost can’t stand to be in there with them? Was the color you chose super nice looking back in the day, but just hasn’t aged well at all?