Austin Fiberglass Repair Company Now Offers Repair for Severely Cracked Bathtubs

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Austin fiberglass repair company, All Surface Renew, now offers a service that fixes even the most badly cracked fiberglass tub and shower floors. The service helps property-owners save money over replacement. Work is completed onsite in a matter of hours.

Fiberglass Repair Austin saves very damaged and cracked bathtub enclosure.

Austin fiberglass repair service can save almost any cracked tub from needing replacement.

Cracked fiberglass tubs and fiberglass showers can now be fixed with our Austin fiberglass repair process at a huge savings during these tight economic times. Hotels and homeowners love this service.

All Surface Renew has announced that they now offer an Austin fiberglass repair service that will save even the most badly cracked fiberglass bathtub and shower floors in a matter of hours. The Austin tub repair service is available to clients in the Greater Austin Area

Before Austin fiberglass repair was available, the sight of a cracked fiberglass bathtub or shower sent property owners into a panic as they realized how costly replacing those units could be. Adding the cost of tearing out the old, installing a new fiberglass shower, plumbing, flooring, and wall repairs, meant costs could start at $2,000-$4,000.

Fiberglass showers and bathtubs commonly suffer from a weak floor problem that leads to floor cracks. Before the option to repair fiberglass in Austin existed, the only real fix was to change the shower unit.

Now All Surface Renew, an Austin fiberglass repair company, offers Austin bathtub repair that helps save time and money by avoiding replacement. The existing shower floor can be supported, cracks fixed, and a new custom-made floor fused over the existing shower floor. The result is a shower that is stronger than new and looks close to new.

The process is unique because it doesn't disable the bathroom and is completed the same day. Even the most damaged fiberglass tubs can be repaired and come with a written warranty of up to 5 years.

Recently All Surface Renew successfully completed an Austin tub repair project on the most damaged bathtub seen to date. The 1970's fiberglass bathtub and shower enclosure unit had a gaping 12" crack. Water had pooled underneath the tub and the entire bottom was soft and giving way.

All Surface Renew extracted the water from beneath the tub, repaired the damage, and installed a new custom-fitted floor into the tub. The finished result is solid to this day without issues.

Austin bathtub repair expert, Jose Olmedo, of All Surface Renew says, "Cracked fiberglass tubs and fiberglass showers can now be fixed with our Austin fiberglass repair process at a huge savings during these tight economic times. Hotels and homeowners love this service. We see growing demand for this service".

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About All Surface Renew
All Surface Renew is family-owned and was founded in 2007 by father and son, Jose and Will Olmedo. The company serves the Greater Austin area and is accredited by the Austin Better Business Bureau and is a member of the Williamson County Board of Realtors. They have built an extensive YouTube video library of completed projects in addition to a blog chronicling their work and experiences. Work that they perform includes a walk in bathtub alternative - the bathtub access modification, safety grab bars, slip resistant floors, bathtub and shower floor crack repair, and refinishing of bathtubs, ceramic tile, and countertops. They offer up to a 5-year warranty and a 100% Money-Back Guarantee on work.
Persons interested in learning more or in registering in the official donation drawing can do so at, by calling 512-788-0027, or by emailing questions(at)allsurfacerenew(dot)com. Every month one person will be randomly selected to receive the tub modification and will be announced by email. Complete drawing rules to be available on the company website.

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