Best 30 Bathtub Refinishing in Salt Lake City, UT with Reviews -
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By: Diane D.
Miracle Method
Had two bathrooms to refurbish and have been trying to find an alternative to upgrade - 1970"s cultured marble counter tops etc shower/bath. Property not warrant major redo expense and was happy to find this method. Never knew such a process existed. Chase the installer was a perfectionist, (like me) and very dedicated to do best job. I was thrilled with the outcome! I would highly recommend this group of pros for updating your bathroom needs.
By: Crystal S.
AAA Stallion Plumbing & Drains
DO NOT USE THIS PLUMBING COMPANY!!! They have terrible service and poorly trained plumbers. I used them to fix a leaky valve on my water heater- not only did they not properly complete the job (the leak seemed fixed for the moment that the plumber was at my home, but after he left, started leaking 5x faster and resulted in flooding and mass water damage in my basement), but they REFUSED to stand by their work and come back to complete the job. When I called the company to ask them to send a different plumber to fix what the first plumber did not, the phone agent refused to send anyone and hung up the phone on me! I have never in my life dealt with a WORSE COMPANY!!! Please call anyone but Stallion Plumbing!
By: Irene V.
AAA Stallion Plumbing & Drains
First American Home Warranty assigned Stallion Plumbing to me when I needed some plumbing items fixed under our home warranty.  Stallion made three appointments on three different days that they did not keep and they did not call to let me know that they were unable to keep them so each time I arranged my days around the appointments.  Each time I had to call when it was past the time period that they were supposed to show up to find out what was going on.  When I called after the first appointed time, they said that the snowstorm had thrown them off schedule.  I thought that was understandable so I made another appointment.  I called after they were no shows for the second appointment and I was told a new person was doing the scheduling and they were very sorry and it would not happen again.  Understandable I thought so I made a third appointment. Again they were no shows!!  When I called them, they said that they had notified First American and had scheduled a fourth appointment with FA!!!  In all three instances they never phoned me to let me know what was going on.  About the worst customer service I have EVER experienced!!!!
By: Daniel A.
AAA Stallion Plumbing & Drains
Horrible customer service. They failed to show up to 2 appointments that they scheduled. Took them over 2 weeks to come out for a water heater replacement. They kept passing it off because my basement wasn't flooding "that bad."
Tips & Advices
A properly refinished bathtub should definitely not look painted. If your tub looks painted, it probably was. A professional refinishing job should leave your bathtub looking smooth, shiny, and like brand new.
A newly refinished tub should last roughly three to five years, while a re-glazed tub’s life expectancy can be 12-15 years or more. All of these estimates are based on standard usage and regular cleaning and maintenance of the tub.
For minor tub cracks and chips, a basic refinishing is an effective and efficient remedy. But deep chips or cracks that may affect the integrity of the tub need additional care, such as fillings or even replacement. Consult a professional to determine the extent of your tub’s repair needs.
Depending on your tub’s condition, a standard in-house refinishing should take two to five hours. Factoring in time for the tub to dry, expect at least a day, perhaps two, for the entire process to be complete before you can use the tub. Re-glazing will take days or even weeks. If your tub has damage, excessive wear, or has been refinished before, the process can take longer. A contractor can give you more precise estimates.
Re-glazing is a specific method of bathtub refinishing, but it’s an involved process that usually requires the services of a professional glazer.  Re-glazing requires a furnace to melt the glaze onto the tub’s surface, so it cannot be done in-house. The tub must be removed from the house and shipped to a glazer, making it a laborious and expensive process. It is the process used in most original bathtub finishes.

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