By: Joshua Danker-Dake | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2008
The Re-Bath Family.
Whether you’re looking to fix up your bathroom because you’re ready to sell your home or because you’re just sick of it, there’s an easy solution. Re-Bath of Tulsa, a family-owned and operated company with a fantastic staff, can give you a great-looking bathroom in just one day.
Re-Bath of Tulsa has served the Greater Tulsa area for fifteen years. From humble beginnings in a rented duplex with a garage for storage, Re-Bath of Tulsa has expanded into a staff of twenty and has served over six thousand customers in Greater Tulsa.
Re-Bath of Tulsa is and has always been family owned and operated. “Our whole staff is like family,” says owner Laura Simms. “We have great employee loyalty. When our guys come here, they’re here to stay.”
The staff of Re-Bath of Tulsa, both design consultants and installers, have undergone extensive training. They will bring their experience to your bathroom. “We specialize in bathrooms only,” says Simms. “That’s all we do. We do bathrooms every day, at least three jobs a day.”
Re-Bath offers a wide selection of bathtubs, wall surround systems, shower bases and accessories, as well as tub-to-shower conversions. You can fully customize your new bath system, from tile type to wall color to bathtub and shower base color to bathtub apron style. There are hundreds of combinations from which to choose. All Re-Bath products are made in the United States.
Re-Bath has over 850 bathtub molds in stock to make sure that your Re-Bath system fits your bathroom precisely and is perfectly watertight. Installation is done in just one day, giving you a lot less stress than a standard tear-out remodel that can take weeks, and which often costs more.
A new acrylic system from Re-Bath can add resale value to your home. Worn-out and outdated bathtubs and showers can be turn-offs to potential home buyers. Re-Bath acrylic systems are maintenance-free and attractive.
Mold can be a danger to your home and family members. Mold grows when moisture seeps into a home’s walls or attic, and can eventually cause respiratory problems and damage your home. It may catch you unaware; there often are no obvious signs of its growth. Re-Bath systems can stop further damage in your home.
Re-Bath of Tulsa is giving back to the community. They’ve become involved with Habitat for Humanity, and have continued to sponsor the Ugly Bathtub Contest, giving winners a free tub and wall system.
Re-Bath of Tulsa is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, visit them on the web at www.rebath.com or stop by and see them at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show from March 6 through 9.