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and/or Shower Repair
Pictures #1/#2 - standard repair of damage
where something was dropped
Pictures #3/#4 - poorly
repaired damage before and after
New Floors in
Severely Damaged Tubs and Showers
If the leak in your tub or shower floor has damaged the support underneath
and weakened the floor, we can install a new heavy-duty fiberglass floor and coat it with
gel coat that matches the original color. This method is covered with a
guarantee that it will not crack again where we have installed the new
Picture #1 - badly
damaged tub floor including weakened floor support with poorly attempted repairs
Picture #2 - after new tub floor installed
Picture #3/#4/#5 - severely damaged/worn handicap shower floor
before, after repairs and fiberglass, completed
Shower Conversion for the Mobility Impaired
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Repair and/or Refinishing
Liners, Repairs, and/or Refinishing
Repair and/or Refinishing
Pictures #1/#2/#3* - The swimming pool in these photographs had a leaky gunite floor with
fiberglass wall panels that were in good condition but discolored from
age. We had the old finish sandblasted from both surfaces and installed a
fiberglass liner on the floor - connecting the liner to the fiberglass
panels. Then the entire surface of the pool was coated with a gel coat
Pictures #4/#5* - The entire surface of this pool had faded and
had many places where the finish had worn off. The surface was prepared,
minor damages were repaired, and a new coat of gel coat was applied.
*(any spots on the finished surfaces are fallen leaves)*
For New Shower Construction Far Superior To Vinyl With The Option To Use It As
The Actual Floor Surface
When typical vinyl shower pan liners fail, as they often do, it is costly and
messy to have the shower floor torn out and the leaky liner replaced. More
expensive than that can be repairing the damage that the leak has caused to your
home. A fiberglass liner installed sometime during the construction phase
provides a virtual fail-proof solution to this problem. A vinyl liner isn't necessary at all. The customer then has
the option of having ceramic tile installed on top of the liner, or we can coat
the liner with gel coat tinted to match your tile or marble and it can be the
actual floor of the shower.
Pictures #1/#2 - the shower floor has been cemented in with a slope toward the
drain. In the second photograph a fiberglass liner has been
installed. The shower is ready to have tile or marble installed over the
entire surface or only on the walls, allowing the fiberglass to be the actual
floor of the shower.
Pictures #3/#4 - A layer of tile is removed from the bottom of the
shower wall in order to allow the fiberglass liner to form a leak-proof
pan. The fiberglass is then coated with gel coat of any color. The
final result is a leak-proof shower floor, ready to have the layer of tile
reinstalled over the edge of the fiberglass pan or a new surface of your choice
to be installed on the walls.
Fiberglass Liners in Almost Anything!
Most Anything Fiberglass!" (Or We Can Repair Most Anything With
If Fiberglass Can Fix It - Chances Are We Can Repair It
And Much, Much More!
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