Q/ My bath is in a very poor condition.The surface is badly chipped and worn away in places, rusty and rough to the touch. How will it look after resurfacing?
A/ As near as possible to a new bath. All chipped rusty and worn areas will be treated prior to re-coating. Sometimes a bath has been badly etched by chemical cleaners or even water standing for a long period of time. This etching can show as lines running down the sides or along the base of the bath. In this instance when we perform our re-coating process the original vitreous enamel has been damaged and this etching/contouring may still be noticeable. Most customers prefer this finish as it is part of the character of the bath. However if you do wish to have any etched/contouring areas as smooth as possible you would need to let us know. This etching can be corrected by means of an additional process which is carried out over a two day period thus incurring additional cost
Q/ Do you cover my area?
A/ We opperate throughout East Anglia primarily Norfolk ,Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
Q/ what does it cost to re-coat a bath.
A/ The price is dependent on several different criteria ie style of bath, current colour of bath, proposed colour of bath and weather your bath is cast-iron pressed steel or acrylic? Has it been previously resurfacd? For a no obligation quotation contact us
Q/ Will my bath have to be removed for re-coating?
A/ No, we come to you and the bath is re-coated in situ (Please Note not the garage or outbuildings!!)
Q/ How long will it take to re-coat my bath?
A/ It takes about 5 to 6 hours to re-coat a standard bath in situ.
Q/ Im not sure which style of bath i have?
A/ there are many styles of bath you can either take a look here to identify the most popular styles or you can send us a photograph
Q/ How soon can I use my bath after re-coating?
A/ Your bath is
back in use after only 24 hours.
Q/ Are there any smells, odours or dust associated with the re-coating?
A/ We seal off the
bathroom and use an extractor whilst the work is being carried out so very little odour or dust escapes the bathroom during the process however as with any paint type products there is an odour
present during the drying process
Q/ Will my bath taps, waste and overflow have to be removed?
A/ No, one main advantage of re-coating is to save you the high cost of plumbing. We will not damage your existing bath taps, waste or overflow. However if you are thinking of changing your taps, waste or overflow they should be removed prior to resurfacing and the new ones fitted 24 hours after we have finished.
Q/ I have just redecorated my bathroom will your operator take care when re-coating my bath?
A/ Yes, all your tiles, decor and flooring will be protected during the re-coating process. We do need to mask off the surrounding area useing low tak masking tape this may present a problem with some walpaper or loose emulsion.
We do recomend that the walls are sealed to avoid dust but
the final coat of emulsion or adjacent wall papering is completed after re-coating.
Q/ I am re-tiling my bathroom walls, should I have my bath re-coated before or after?
A/ After is best as
we won't damage your new tiles, but we would advise that the final sealant around the edge of the bath is applied after resurfacing.
Q/ I am re-designing my bathroom involving substantial building work e.g. plastering, new floor, moving of WC & wash hand basin, new window, door etc. Should I have my bath resurfaced before during or after this work?
A/ Definitely after
as successful bath re-coating cannot be achieved in building site conditions and our operators are instructed not to commence work if these conditions apply. Alternitivly we can coat your bath in our
workshop collecting and delivering your bath to the threshold of your property at a mutualy benefecial timescale.
Q/ How do I clean and maintain a re-coated bath?
A/ The same as a new bath. We recommend that you clean it with a non abrasive cream / liquid non bleach based cleaner or bathroom mousse (always follow manufactures instructions). in our opinion the best and easiest product is washing up liquid. Do not allow your taps to drip and wipe away any excess standing water. visit aftercare.
Q/ How long does a re-coated bath last?
A/ The average life
expectancy of a re-coated bath with the correct after care is about 15 years, however we have re-coated baths over 20 years ago that are still
going strong. Another of the advantages of re-coating is that when the bath eventually starts to look worn it can be re-coated again.
Q/ What should I do prior to your operator’s arrival?
A/ All we ask is that you remove any toiletries and personal items from the bathroom.
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Colin Earley for all coating enquiries
Anglia Bath Coating
148 Higher Drive