When the moment comes that you decide you want your bathroom remodeled, I have found that Bath Crest is a truly terrific company. I am confident that any consumer who hires Bath Crest will be treated wonderfully. I base this on the fact that we investigated Bath Crest and found absolutely no substantiated problems whatsoever!
I believe the reason we found no problems is the fact that the company officials train the 23 full-time employees that customers come first. All those content customers, then, pass the word to friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to go to Bath Crest for any bathroom remodel.
It explains to me how Bath Crest, as a company, continues to grow and thrive after 32 years in the business.
Bath Crest president, Brad Peterson, tells me his company began in the family garage in Utah back in 1979 when they began refinishing bathtubs. They developed a secret process, which has now grown to serve customers across the nation.
The process actually begins with a customer’s present bathtub. Using an acrylic process, they take a mold of the customers bathtub, and in their Salt Lake factory, they make another one just like it. The acrylic final product, which goes on top of the old tub, is much stronger and more durable than the original.
That new bathtub, they say, will last a lifetime and maybe the best part is that there is no demolition in your bathroom while they’re fitting the new tub over the old one.
Then there’s this: Bath Crest offers a customer a 100% money back guarantee, in writing. Sure, I’ll bet a problem comes up from time to time. But, since my investigation revealed no consumer complaints of the thousands of jobs they’ve done, my guess is they never have to give a customer any money back because the job is done to everyone’s satisfaction. It explains to me how Bath Crest, as a company, continues to grow and thrive after 32 years in the business.
So there you go. Now you know why I am proud to say that Bath Crest is Gephardt Approved.
~ Bill Gephardt
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