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Bathtub Refinishing Company – As you build your Power Team you may want to have several questions that you ask each potential member.

Bathrooms and kitchens always help to sell your home. A key point to remember is that people do not want to buy other peoples dirt! You can get bathtubs and tile refinished or re-glazed for a fraction of the cost of replacing these items. Every dollar you save is an extra dollar of profit in your pocket!

There is not an exact script to interview your Bathtub Refinishing Company, back to the questions but here are several questions you can consider asking your Bathtub Refinishing Company:

Questions to ask a Bathtub Refinishing Company:

1. Who is going to do the work? Does you company actually do the work or sub-contract it out?

2. How long does it take to refinish a tub?

3. Does your company complete the job including the removal of paper, tape and caulking of the tub?

4. How much money will I save by refinishing my bathtub rather than replacing it?

5. How do I care for and clean the refinished tub?. What type of cleaning products can I use?

6. Once refinished, will the bathtub look like a new tub or look like it was just painted?

7. Will my refinished bathtub smell like it has been painted?

8. Can you repair cracks, chips and scratches in my bathtub?

9. What is the difference between bathtub refinishing and bathtub liners?

10. Can you refinish a bathtub that already has been refinished?

11. What are all the services that your company offers?

TIP: Services that companies may offer include: Porcelain Bathtub and Sink Refinishing, Fiberglass Tub and Shower Refinishing, Tile Coloring, Tile Repair, Tile Grouting and Caulking Tubs and Sinks

12. What type of products does your company use? Are any of their products toxic or environmentally unfriendly?

13. Are you licensed, bonded and insured?

14. Do you provide a written Warranty / Guarantee?

15. How long have you been in business and can you provide references?

16. Can I get an email and secondary number either cell phone number or office phone to contact you with further questions?

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Joe Jurek

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