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Why replace when you can refinish?
Safe Floor Solutions, LLC
January 29, 2013 in Before & After
Refinishing saves the homeowner up to 80% off from replacement cost. Most jobs are completed in one day with little down time. Remodeling jobs may take several days or weeks to complete the project. If you have one bathroom refinishing makes sense due to the minimal downtime.
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
This does look nice - and some of our DIY have posted B&A's that show this same result. Not everyone is a DIY-er however - some like to hire professionals and change the entire design.
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Safe Floor Solutions, LLC
The products that DIY-ers have access to are not professional strength products and tend to fail. These products will yellow, chip and peel, and require up to five days to cure. This means a person can not use that shower or tub for five days. Our products will have a nice high gloss finish because we use HVLP spray system and our products cure in two hours. We offer a five year warranty on our finish.
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