How much does it cost to refinish my tub and tile compared to a complete bathtub liner process?

One question we are often asked is how refinishing a tub and the surrounding tile compares to installing a bathtub liner system and what the difference in cost is. As you’ll recall from one of our previous posts, bathtub liners are sheets of PVC plastic or acrylic that are molded to the shape of an existing tub, and then glued into place.

Bathtub liners are relatively expensive, costing as much as $1,300 – $1,500 just to cover up a tub. Add in a wall liner system to cover up the surrounding walls and the cost can climb well above $3,000… which approaches the cost of total replacement!

Along with the initial cost, bathtub liners can cost you in the long run, too. Over time, they can develop leaks between the liner and the old tub, and any water that seeps through can lead to mold and mildew. Plus, tub liners can be damaged and do wear out. Both of these factors can cause a need for the tub liner to be replaced, which isn’t easy since liners are glued down at the point of installation.

Refinishing your bathtub is a much more cost effective solution than using a bathtub liner. The Miracle Method refinishing process generally costs between $500 – $650 to restore a tub and between $1,000 – $1,200 to refinish both the tub and tile surround – which is often about 30% – 50% cheaper than covering up with a liner system. With refinishing, your tub and tile will look like new again and you will enjoy your restored tub and tile for many years to come.

Why waste money on a tub liner when you can restore, refinish, and save money?

Visit the Miracle Method website to learn more about the differences between bathtub liners and the refinishing process. If you would like to refinish with Miracle Method, use our online locator to find a franchise near you, or call 888-902-0515.

Comments

  1. Roger says:

    I got Miracle Method from Greenbay Wi . I make a pratice of never hiring anyone who can not do a better job than myself! I dropped a shampo bottle in= my fiberglass shower. I tried to fix it , messed it up. Greg & Adam put a better finish on it than when I brought it . The only thin=g i can= say is AWSOME! Nice work. Very happy. Roger Larsen, WI

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