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Home Improvement: Saving Money By Reglazing Instead Of Replacing.

khts_businessnews3During a bad economic period, homeowners face difficult times while trying to keep up with mortgage and utility bills and most of the time, will set aside important home improvement projects because of the high cost of materials and labor.

However, Danny Phillips, owner of PKB Reglazing, said there is an easier way to solve many surfacing problems.

“The process of reglazing hard surfaces around the house will save homeowners 70 to 80 percent of the cost of replacing damaged hard surfaces,” he said.


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Replacing a scratched sink in the kitchen, a dull fiberglass bathtub, or a yellowed countertop may seem like inconceivable home improvement projects in this tough economy. Often, those items do not need to be replaced; instead they can be saved by the revolution of reglazing. The process of reglazing offers homeowners money-saving alternatives to replacing damaged or broken hard surfaces around the house.

“Homeowners will not only save money, but also time because the reglazing process only takes 2 to 4 hours on average,” said Phillips.

The process of reglazing does not have to stop at the kitchen or bath, it can be done on any surface of the house that has ceramic title, fiberglass, porcelain, cast iron, wood, marble or laminate floors. On top of reglazing, homeowner can also personalize their home by choosing from colors that will fit their style and budget.

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Home Improvement: Saving Money By Reglazing Instead Of Replacing.

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