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A bath installation project can cover a number of different types of jobs including the installation of new tubs or liners, tub to shower conversions, new acrylic walls or high end stone walls, among other things. It is surprising what a new bath installation can do for the overall appearance of a dated bathroom. The professionals in our network are skilled craftsmen who can handle any bath project.► Click For Free Bath Installation Quotes ◄
New bath liners are durable and come in virtually every colour in the rainbow. Acrylic liners are scratch and impact resistant and can be installed in one day by skilled professionals. A bathtub can be converted to a shower and can be particularly helpful for elderly individuals who find it difficult to get in and out of a tub. All bath costs for a shower conversion are considerable lower than walk in bathtubs. A small or average sized bathtub can be replaced with a large soaker tub and new tile, stone or marble walls that can transform your bathroom into a peaceful sanctuary.
All bath installation costs can vary greatly depending on the scope of work that needs to be done as well as the quality of the product that is being installed. A new liner is one of the least expensive installations and a larger soaker tub with a new wall system is a more expensive bath installation. Labour costs and availability of materials will also impact the final cost of a bath installation as well. The expert installers in our extensive network of professionals can offer suggestions for bath installations that are in your budget.
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Q. What about DIY bath installations?
A. If you have the right tools and expertise then installing your own bathtub can be a DIY project, however there are a number of considerations which are the reason why most people hire in a professional. Firstly is the plumbing of the bath which can be especially tricky as most standard baths create awkward spaces to work in. Pipes might have to be moved or relocated and even connecting taps to the tub is a tricky task without the right tools. Secondly is the overall finish and sealing of the bath to prevent any future leaks. If undertaking a DIY job you need to be confident that your bath is plumbed and sealed correctly as pipework will be hidden so any small leaks might be undetected. A professional plumber will have all the correct tools and expertise to make this a simple job.
Q. Where is the best place to install an additional bathroom in an existing home?
A. Ideally, a new bathroom should be placed as close as possible to existing plumbing lines, as rerouting them can sometimes be cumbersome. In two-story houses, a second bathroom could be placed over top of one on the first floor. In single-story houses, they might be placed next to an existing kitchen, bathroom, or utility room.
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