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Old 10-01-2008, 06:43 PM   #31
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Bath Fitter Opinions..??


i worked for a bathfitter for a year, the product is overpriced and tends to not go in as easy as it says. id love for you to contact me on this and i can tell you more.
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The wife and I have just one bathroom. It is a 30 year old room that looks like it's had it even when scrubbed clean. Now we see this Bath Fitter company talking about how in one day they can put us back into this century again. I know it's pricey work, but we can't see a way around this problem all things considered unless we just forget it and live with it as is. We'd like to hear what people have to say about Bath Fitter..especially those who may have had them do this work in their home. Thank you..!

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Old 02-25-2010, 10:25 AM   #32
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My husband and I are having BathFitters come out this Saturday to give us an estimate. Our neighbors had BathFitters redo their tub/surround three yrs ago and it looks like it was just done yesterday. They said its very easy to keep clean and no problems. For us, we have a 27 yr old autistic daughter, the one day process of being without our only bathroom is worth the cost. Our tub looks so filthy and I've used everything to try and clean it, but it looks awful. WE looked into having the tub reglazed first but found cost to be about $500 and everyone we talked to said it doesn't last and the fumes from this are terrible. Anyone else used BathFitters?

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