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How Much Does it Cost to Resurface a Bathroom?

Posted on 19 August 2021
How Much Does it Cost to Resurface a Bathroom?

The cost of resurfacing or re-enameling your bathroom can vary depending on what you choose to have resurfaced and the general size of the bathroom.

If you're looking for an exact quote on your bathroom, book your free quote here or call us today at 1800 644 171.

And if you're looking for more information, keep reading:

  • How much does tile resufacing cost?
  • How much does it cost to resurface the bathtub?
  • How much does shower resurfacing cost?
  • Is resurfacing cheaper than renovating your bathroom?
  • The benefits of resurfacing or re-enameling your bathroom

 

How much does tile resurfacing cost?

Bathroom tiles cover the largest area of your bathroom and may make up a significant portion of your total bill if you're looking to resurface your whole bathroom. It may also take a greater amount of time if your bathroom has more mold and mildew.

Despite that, you can still be certain that resurfacing or enameling will be significantly cheaper and easier than retiling.

If you want to learn more about re-enameling services, click here.

 

How much does it cost to resurface the bathtub?

Bathtub resurfacing is a great way to make your bathtub look brand new while making it more durable too.

The costs involved with re-enameling your tub may differ depending on the size and material. For instance, if you have a common acrylic bath, you could expect a reasonably cheap bill.

If you've got a luxurious cast-iron tub, depending on the rust and other damages, you may even consider full restoration services which could add a lifetime's worth of years to its durability.

 

How much does shower resurfacing cost?

Re-enamelling your shower base is a cost efficient way to bring your chipped or stained shower base back to a brand new look and feel.

Depending on the size of your shower, your cost may vary. For example, a shower bath may cost more than a small cubic shower.

If you've got a concrete shower base, you can resurface it by filling and smoothing it for a glossy modern look.

 

Is resurfacing cheaper than renovating your bathroom?

It's almost always cheaper to resurface your bathroom rather than renovating it. It's also far easier and faster.

As listed in each section above, the cost of the job may vary depending on the size and amount of materials needed.

There's plenty of ways you can save money on your resurfacing job such as DIY kits, however, it's often best left to the experts due to the risks involved with botching the job. You can read more about that on our blog: The Dangers of DIY Bath Resurfacing Kits

If you choose Bathroom Werx as your resurfacing experts, we're happy to help you save by providing you with assessments on your bathroom and quotes for individual resurfacing jobs like your bath or shower exclusively.

 

The benefits of resurfacing or re-enameling your bathroom:

In addition to making your bathroom look and feel amazing, resurfacing your bathroom will add years to the strength and durability to all of your tiles and fixtures.

Updating your surfaces in your bathroom will also increase the safety and accessibility of your home. The Bathroom Werx anti-slip treatment can give you up to eight times more grip under your feet and reduce the risk of slipping and injuries.

Bathroom Werx enamel even comes with a seven year written guarantee.

 

Looking for more information?

If you're looking for an exact estimate of costs on your bathroom, you can book your free quote here.

And if you're still researching your best options, you can request a free information package here.

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