Remodel the Right Way

Re-Bath of Tulsa wants to make your dream bathroom come true with quality products and service.

By: Erica Ludwig | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2017

Glenn and Curtis Simms, owners of Re-Bath of Tulsa advise homeowners  to be aware of who they are going  to do business with, and of course, what questions to ask.

Glenn and Curtis Simms, owners of Re-Bath of Tulsa advise homeowners to be aware of who they are going to do business with, and of course, what questions to ask.

Brothers Glenn and Curtis Simms, owners of Re-Bath of Tulsa , know that if you’re going to take the time to do a bathroom remodel, you want it done right. Designing the perfect bathroom can become a luxurious oasis, when done correctly.  The right combination of style, color and products will generate a well-designed bathroom for any budget.

 Re-Bath of Tulsa started in 1993. The brothers broadened their services with the introduction of kitchens in 2013, offering full kitchen remodels as part of their expertise.

“We remove, remodel and replace all or part of your bathrooms and kitchens that our outdated and need a new design,” says Glenn.  Re-Bath provides a no-obligation, in-home design consultation to any interested client in Tulsa and the surrounding area.  Our design consultants will walk you through every step of the way with creative, turn-key design ideas and the latest trends.

The company installs their own products as well as national brands in a variety of textures, colors and styles.  Associated with the Home Builders Association and the Better Business Bureau, the company remodels   everything in the bathroom and kitchen from the flooring to the ceiling.  Glenn and Curtis are proud that their business is based on integrity and efficiency.  They aim to complete most jobs in one to five days.

 “We want to be quick on turnaround but also know that we did the job well,” said Curtis.

The brothers not only want to fulfill your current remodeling needs, but also help you plan for the future with quality products that will stand the test of time.

“People are staying in their homes longer,” says Glenn. “When homeowners remodel now, they’re thinking about what will make sense for them down the road. We like to offer versatile products, including tub to shower conversions and walk-in tubs.   We won’t claim to always have the lowest price, but we are competitive. Remember the old adage is true, “You get what you pay for.” We have products of the highest quality, and they are exclusive to Re-Bath.  

Get started on your bathroom remodeling project by visiting the Re-Bath showroom, or stop by and see them at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show, March 9-12th

Top 5 Questions for your Bath Remodeler
    •    Do you Sub-Contract or use your own employees?
    •    Who will enter your home? Are they background checked, insured, competent & reputable?

    •    Are you a member of the BBB of Tulsa?
If not, why not? If so, what’s your rating? How long have you been in business? Do you have a local showroom?

    •    Do you have Worker’s Compensation Insurance?
You, the homeowner, are liable for any injuries to workers on your property if your remodeler does not have insurance. Request proof- PROTECT YOURSELF.

    •    Do you have a Master Plumber?
Plumbing is a trade requiring years of experience

    •    Do you have a Warranty?
             A warranty is only as good as the company that backs it up. Find a stable and                                     
              reputable company.  

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