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Resurfacing a Roll-Top Bath

March 24, 2009 by

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Here at The Bath Business we resurface a lot of Victorian Roll-Top Baths. This isn’t really surprising when you look at how expensive they are to buy, even second hand. Many people like the classic look of these baths, and in the right setting they can be truly spectacular. And that keeps demand for them […]

BATH RESURFACING; A BRIEF HISTORY

March 24, 2009 by

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Bath Resurfacing, as a professional service, is a relatively new industry, dating back decades rather than centuries. The oldest company in the UK that is still resurfacing baths is in its 4th decade. This isn’t that surprising when you look at the fact that the bathroom itself, with plumbing to supply water and removes waste […]

Bath resurfacing project in Bridge of Allan

March 16, 2009 by

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05/03/09 I went to Bridge of Allan to do a repair job. The main thing the customer wanted was a chipped area of the bath repaired. Apparently it had just had a little chip originally, but apparently he was in the bathroom one time and the area around the chip just started flying off the […]

An Interesting climate change – Edinburgh to Melrose

March 16, 2009 by

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04/03/09 Was in Edinburgh doing some bath resurfacing and from there I travelled down to Melrose to resurface a bath. In Edinburgh it felt quite spring-like but as I travelled down you start to climb a bit and it eventually got quite wintery. View from A68 looking down to the Firth of Forth. Melrose itself […]