By: Joshua Danker-Dake | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: December 2008
Laura Simms, owner, and Patrick Simms, bath design consultant, welcome you to their brand-new showroom on 41st Street near Sheridan.
When you walk into Re-Bath of Tulsa’s brand-new showroom at 6570 E. 41st St., you’ll notice immediately that it isn’t like other bathroom remodeling stores. It feels classy and trendy, with a vibe like that of a high-end décor shop. “Our attitude toward remodeling is ‘Relax, Refresh, Renew,’” says owner Laura Simms. “With us, you can get the champagne and caviar look at a price that fits your budget.”
Re-Bath is America’s largest bath remodeler. Re-Bath of Tulsa, a family owned and operated company, offers a wide selection of bathroom remodeling services. They do tubs, wall surround systems, shower bases, tub-to-shower conversions, and accessories, and they typically install in just one or two days. With Re-Bath, you can customize your tile type, wall color, tub and shower base color and bathtub apron style. Re-Bath exclusively features DuraBath SSP, an acrylic material that doesn’t dent, crack, chip or peel. And because this surface is non-porous, it’s highly resistant to mold, mildew and bacteria, which makes it very easy to clean and maintain.
As Baby Boomers age, some find that getting in and out of a regular bathtub becomes a challenge. A tub-to-shower conversion or a walk-in safety tub may be the solution to this problem. “A tub-to-shower conversion is a great way for older people to make their lives easier as well as add value to their homes,” says Simms. “A lot of us are thinking about our parents as they get older, and converting a bathtub to a shower or a walk-in safety tub is a great way to give them more independence and enable them to stay in their homes longer.”
Re-Bath features a full line of safety accessories, including shower seats, grab bars, and handheld shower fixtures. Re-Bath is V.A. approved, and their conversions are also approved for handicapped accessibility. With Re-Bath, you can make your bathroom accessible and convenient without sacrificing attractiveness. “You don’t have to settle for just any ugly thing,” says Simms. “We have bath safety accessories that have style. They have beauty.”
Tub-to-shower conversions aren’t just for older people, though. “We have teenagers, and we did the tub-to-shower conversion in our house,” says Simms. “They love it! I love it too, because now they stay out of my bathroom!”
Re-Bath worked with Re-Décor, a local company, to get their showroom looking so glamorous. “Scott and Suzanne Goodwin of Re-Décor are great,” says Simms. “They have 20-plus years of creative painting experience. And the fact that they’re a local company just underscores how easily you can get a fantastic look in your home.”
Remodeling your bathroom can be a good home investment. “Even in these tough economic times, you’ll get back what you put into a bathroom remodel,” says Simms. “Sometimes you’ll get back as much as double your investment. You won’t lose money remodeling your bathroom.”
Whether you need to convert a tub to a shower or you just want to remodel your ugly old bathroom, Re-Bath can help. “We have so much to offer,” says Simms. “Everything you’ve ever wanted for your bathroom is right here.” If that sounds like what you’re looking for, give the friendly people at Re-Bath a call.
The brand new Re-Bath of Tulsa showroom is located at 6570 E. 41st St., across the street from Home Depot. Showroom hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can visit them on the web at www.rebathoftulsa.com. For more information, contact