May 11, 2010 10:14 am
i am unable to provide an image.
we have a rental which had a new arcylic bath installed as part of a basic bath room reno.
Sub contract tiler dropped a tile into it and corner of a rather heavy tile has chipped into surface rather badly (sort of like dug a hole) this has gone clean through the surface into resin fibre of the bath tub. size is approx no bigger than 5 or 10c piece.
any advise please?
getting tiler back to fix it is not an option as I am not interested in having this individual back to do a * by smearing some tile grout over the problem area.
Re: DAMAGE TO NEW ARCYLIC BATH CHIPPED3
May 11, 2010 9:27 pm
I would at least try and have the tiler pay to replace the bath. Thats pretty poor effort on his behalf.
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Re: DAMAGE TO NEW ARCYLIC BATH CHIPPED5
May 25, 2010 1:23 pm
If you're in Melbourne, some clever people to fix it... http://www.bathmagic.com.au/
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Re: DAMAGE TO NEW ARCYLIC BATH CHIPPED6
May 25, 2010 9:53 pm
Ed beat me to it.... they do amazing things. We had a chip in one of our laminate cabinet doors and I'd lay money nobody could find it now.
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Re: DAMAGE TO NEW ARCYLIC BATH CHIPPED7
May 26, 2010 11:42 am
I've used A&J Bath and Spa repairs, the likes of JG King and big builder like that use them. I've got their number here - 0418 386121
Don't agree that the tiler has to replace the whole bath because he dropped a tile on it, pay for the repair, tilers make 2/10th of stuff all!
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