September 23, 2021
Is a Tub Liner Like a Sticker?
June 28, 2018
The phrase “tub liner” may call to mind images of other liners you may have seen in the past: pool liners, trash can liners, or even ocean liners.
Now, it’s pretty obvious that a tub liner isn’t a giant ship, but what is it exactly? Pool liners are basically huge, protective stickers, so tub liners must be the same thing, right?
Not quite. Tub liners are actually quite different.
What is a tub liner?
A tub liner is an acrylic shell that we place on top of your existing bathtub. Acrylic doesn’t make for a good sticker, but it does very well as a bathtub.
After all, acrylic is a highly durable and attractive material that comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. With one material, we can create the perfect addition to your bathroom.
Why Choose a Maryland Tub Liner for Your Next Bathroom Remodeling Project?
As you plan your rebath, you’ll need to consider many factors.
How much is the project going to cost? How long is it going to take? How long will each element of your bathroom last? A tub liner can help you on both of these fronts.
Tub liners are traditionally more cost-effective than refinishing the whole tub. Even if you’re ordering one of our custom Maryland tub liners, refinishing your bathtub can be a lot more costly.
In terms of time, tub liners win the day again. They have a very quick installation process as long as you’ve ordered them in advance. This can help reduce the overall time it will take to complete your Maryland bathroom remodel.
The longevity of your rebath is just as important as its aesthetic value unless you’re content with having your bathroom redone regularly. Thankfully, acrylic is highly durable and long-lasting. It also needs very little maintenance to keep it looking fresh.
Need a Tub Liner in Maryland? The Bath Doctor is Here!
The Bath Doctor is here to help you with your next Baltimore bathroom remodeling project with an extensive inventory of options to meet your needs.
We have a ton of experience with many different kinds of rebaths and the challenges that come with them, so give us a call when you’re ready for your new bathroom.
Call us at (410) 444-4133 or visit our website to get started!