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SOURCE: Miracle Method Surface Refinishing
Miracle Method has created a Kitchen and Bath Surface Refinishing Guide in print and interactive form, to help homeowners understand the value of quality refinishing vs. traditional removal and replacement remodeling of bathtubs, tile and kitchen countertops.
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Despite experiencing double-digit sales growth in both good and bad economies, surface refinishing by Miracle Method of existing bathtubs, tile walls and floors, as well as kitchen countertops is still a relatively unknown remodeling alternative to many homeowners. “The most common response heard when a Miracle Method representative explains how an ugly bathtub or dated kitchen countertop surface can be refinished instead of being replaced is, “I didn’t know you could do that!”
To help consumers understand the benefits surface refinishing, Miracle Method has created a Kitchen and Bath Surface Refinishing Guide in both print and interactive form. “Our customers really find the ‘Guide’ very helpful,” says Lauren Maher of Miracle Method of Colorado Springs. “They still say, ‘I didn’t know you could do that,’ but after they’ve read it, they want us to come out for an estimate.”
The Guide explains how Miracle Method’s can save a homeowner up to 75% over the cost of replacement of bathtubs, tile, vanity and kitchen countertops and even tile floors. It provides before and after photographs, explains the process and how to contact any of Miracle Method’s 127 offices.
“Refinishing is a great process,” says Chuck Pistor, President of Miracle Method, “if it is done with the right materials and techniques. All surface refinishing, however, is not the same and cheaper isn’t always better. Nearly 25% of all Miracle Method work is redoing someone else’s poor workmanship or a DIY project gone wrong. Like any maintenance “quick fix,” you often wind up paying more when the first attempt fails.”
The Guide also includes a list of questions for consumers to ask. How long has the company been in business? Do they use corrosive etching acids? Do they ventilate the room and do they offer a guarantee? The Guide also suggests always asking for references before making a buying decision.
Having a bathtub or countertop refinished typically takes only two days and avoids the cost, time and mess of traditional demolition and replacement remodeling. Surface refinishing can be used to upgrade existing porcelain, cultured marble, tile, fiberglass or laminate surfaces to like new. A Miracle Method refinisher can change colors, repair porcelain chips, fix fiberglass cracks and make knife cuts and burn marks disappear from laminate and even Corian® countertops. “Our Natural Accents® stone finishes are extremely popular for kitchen countertops, tile surrounds and vanities,” adds Pistor.
Miracle Method is the nation's leader in bathroom and kitchen surface refinishing. Today the company has 127 offices across the country providing bathtub, tile and countertop refinishing for homeowners, hotels, property managers, hospitals and colleges and universities.
To view Miracle Method’s new interactive Consumer Guide, click this link…http://www.miraclemethod.com/consumerguide/interactive.htm
To see pictures of Miracle Method's work and to learn more about bath and kitchen makeovers using the refinishing process, visit Miracle Method's web site at http://www.miraclemethod.com or call (888) 271-7690.
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