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Refinish or Replace the Bathtub?

Bathtub450x450Q: My bathtub is a mess, and a friend told me to consider refinishing. I read online that bathtub re-glazing might not be the wisest thing. I’ve always wanted a clawfoot bathtub, but maybe it’s not too practical. To further complicate things, there is a possibility that my mother will come live with me, so perhaps I should be looking at walk-in bathtubs. — Nancy W., Memphis

A: You have the home improvement disease known as “paralysis by analysis.” It’s quite common. In fact, just the fear of having to decide among hundreds of choices stops many people from even starting a project.

I would suggest that you think first about the real prospects that your mother will come to stay with you. That is the primary variable. Even if you plan this remodel job around her, you may have all sorts of options and will be able to a get a tub that provides safety as well as good looks

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1 Comment on Refinish or Replace the Bathtub?

  1. It gets tougher and tougher to get around the house,
    absolutely the bathroom, as it is one of the spots with a demanding run of development.
    Acrylic is usually more durable and scratch-resistant,
    that’s another reason it’s a superb alternative to getting
    the tub replaced. Bathtub liners always look smaller than the old bathtub.

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