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By: Kelli J.
New Again Tub and Tile Reglazing
We had an old bathtub deglazed. The guys doing the job recommended stripping it first but the owner insisted that it would be fine. It is not fine. The quality is horrible & we are unable to get a call back. Terribly disappointed!
By: Max S.
New Again Tub and Tile Reglazing
I accidentally put a hotplate on my counter and ruined the finish, which was previously done by this company. They came back and "raised the counter back from the dead"....all at no charge and much to my shock. Highly recommended.
By: Bob P.
New Again Tub and Tile Reglazing
great service on time the guys had to touch up (mistake by me) and then Mike came out to make sure everything was satisfactory. Not sure what the other customer was complaining about but there are some that want something for nothing I guess. forgot to mention the only drawback is now the shower looks to nice I have to paint the walls !!!
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By: Kally F.
New Again Tub and Tile Reglazing
Mike did an excellent job making my sink look brand new again. I would highly recommend this company.
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By: Michael L.
New Again Tub and Tile Reglazing
This company won best business under bathrooms and kitchen remodeling in Clearwater in 2015. Great work at great prices
By: Cindy U.
Andy On Call
I called Andy on call to give me an estimate for my bathroom the gentleman came out to my house and said he would have the estimate for me in two days never heard back from him so a week later. I called Andy on call he apologized to me and said I would have it for me by tomorrow well that didn't happen either do I need to say more !!!
Tips & Advices
According to experts a bathroom remodel might not recoup return on the original investment. However, it is one of the key renovations that can make potential buyers want to make an offer…or not. Homebuyers look for bathrooms with updated plumbing, convenient layout, and a pleasant aesthetic. That said, in older houses, where bedrooms far outnumber bathrooms, it’s advised to spend the money on a bathroom addition instead of gut-renovating the original bathroom.
Yes, bathroom remodeling contractors often offer financing. Many homeowners prefer to refinance or take out a home equity line of credit. But others will see if the contractor can connect them with a lender who will set up some other type of loan. There are many types of loans available: secured and unsecured, personal, and those backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
The price range for toilets varies from $200 into the many thousands because of variables like best-flushing performance (single vs. dual flush), self-cleaning capabilities, design (one- or two-piece), and special features, like heated seats. Cosmetic elements, such as the color and the material of the toilet, also factor into the cost. Experts agree that the most expensive toilets do not necessarily function the best.
Heated bathroom floors are a popular way to warm up typically cold tile floors and keep people comfortable in their bathrooms, even when it’s chilly outside. The proper term is “radiant heat,” and it describes various methods of heating from under the floors. The least expensive method, which is popular for small spaces, uses an electric mat. Larger spaces might have electric heated coil systems installed under the tile, or hydronic systems where heated water is run through pipes below the flooring.
A bathroom renovation usually takes two to three weeks, if it’s a relatively small and straightforward job. Expect larger or more complicated remodels to last five to six  weeks--not including any delays due to special material or permits. If you’re doing a gut renovation, which includes permits, specially ordered materials, and possibly up to a dozen different tradespeople, you should realistically expect it to take  three to five  months to complete.

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