A quick revamp for the guest bathroom.2nd September 2020
Top 6 Reasons to Resurface Your Bath31st August 2022
The above bath is a Victorian bath we recently repaired, restored and resurfaced for a client.
The bathroom is one of the most critical rooms in the house. It is, after all, responsible for keeping the whole family clean, fresh and regular. Just think about this – every average person on the planet starts and finishes their day by doing their ablutions and therefore require the use of a well functioning bathroom facility.
The only way a bathroom is getting bragged about is if it has just been remodelled. Otherwise, it is a place you quietly go to but don’t discuss. It’s only until you’re searching for a new apartment or home that you realise the importance of the bathroom. Seeing apartments in which you can’t sit down on the toilet without your knees hitting the wall or worse yet – viewing apartments that feature a stained, chipped, rusted, 70’s pink old bath that you’re expected to fall in love with really makes you realise how important it is to renovate your bathroom before trying to sell it or let it out to new tenants.
The bathroom is the ultimate judgement zone – anyone entering the apartment or home is more than likely going to require the use of the restroom (bathroom) facilities at some point of their visit. If the basin is chipped and stained, or the toilet seat has peeling paint damage, or if the shower has a great big hole in the base – you’re not going to impress your family and friends visiting, you’re going to gross them out completely!
So, keeping your bathroom nice and clean is essential! However, no matter how hard you try, bathrooms age and experience wear and tear damage that can end up looking grim and grubby. Keeping your bathroom clean and respectable is essential – for your pride and to ensure the comfort and ease of your visiting guests – however, no matter how hard you try, bathrooms age and will need a bit of TLC and restoration.
In South Africa, we have a massive problem with overflowing landfills and plastic waste. The building and contracting industry play a considerable part in this, especially replacing all the sanitary and plumbing ware found in a bathroom.
The good news is; the restorative and reparation process perfect by Beta Bathrooms can help reduce the number of baths, basins, toilets, shower bases and tiles that end up being sent to the local municipal dump. Beta Bathrooms offer a complete resurfacing process that allows the property owner to upgrade the bathroom and kitchen without spending too much money, time and effort on replacing all the units with new items off the shop floor, thereby damaging the environment further. We further save the environment by cutting down on the manufacturing and transportation of new goods, thus reducing pollution and emissions commonly experienced in sanitaryware production.
Resurfacing is an excellent way for your bathroom to be given a brand new look without having to go through the lengthy and costly process of ripping out your old bath, basin, toilet, shower base and tiles and replacing it with new. Despite your bath, shower or basin looking stained, chipped, cracked, dented, or damaged, Beta Bathrooms Refinishing Services can ensure that your bathroom looks as good as new in a short time. Not only is resurfacing the most cost-effective way of renovating your bathroom, but it is also an eco-friendly approach to making over a very important room in the household.
Bath refinishing is an economical and eco-friendly choice for updating your bathroom. However, not all refinishing jobs are equal. If not done right, the refinishing can quickly peel, bubble and become discoloured, resulting in an eventual replacement. When it comes to sustainable restoration, you need a team you can trust. At Beta Bathrooms, our resurfacing technicians have years of experience repairing baths, basins, tiles, shower bases and toilets. Our tried and tested techniques and processes make sure that your bath is restored to the highest standards, ensuring that they last for many more years to come.
So if you are ready to give your bathroom a facelift and are encouraged by the fact that you can save a bath, toilet or shower base from landing up in the municipal dumps in Cape Town – contact us to give you a free quote on repairing, resurfacing and restoring your bathroom it’s former glory or better yet – even better than it’s ever been – contact Stephen Lambrick – on +27 62 196 0680 or email him on email@example.com.