Why Do We Remove The Drain?
– Tom Brekke - Owner of BathCare Since 1988
When I started BathCare in 1988, I decided to provide my customers with the best product possible. To achieve this goal the drain must be removed.
Before BathCare was established, I worked for a few different resurfacing companies. I was taught to tape around the drain and was shocked by the number of bathtubs that began to peel; as a direct result of "taping around" the drain.
When the drain is removed, there is no chance for the material to peel around it. But since the drain cannot be installed when the tub is drying, a second trip to the house is necessary.
When the drain is taped around, normal everyday use can cause the material to fail prematurely. But since the job can be "done in one day", this is the route that many of our competitors choose. Saving them time and money.
We would love not to have to come back and reinstall the drain (or NEW DRAIN) the following day. It would save us a lot of time and money. But to do the job right, We need to return to your home to finish our work.
We have removed the drain for the past 20 years and will continue to do so because, in the end, it gives Our Customers the best product possible.
- Tom Brekke - Owner of BathCare Since 1988
The Following Bathtubs Were Done By Companies Other That BathCare... Some Of Them Started Peeling Around The Drain In Less Than A Year!
These Pictures Were Taken Before BathCare Removed The Drains And Resurfaced These Tubs.