Blairstown Fiberglass Shower Repair

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Recent Review: He did an excellent job repairing (3) 1/4" holes in the shower.  His finish and color were seamless and perfectly matched.  It was impossible to know that a repair had been performed.  He added a non-slip surface to the shower floor using a granular surface that also matches the shower color.  The granular surface is definitely slip-resistant with the granular surface not being visible. His total time to repair was a little under 1 hour.  He was very quick and efficient. Scott explained not to use the shower for 12 hours to allow adequate drying. Overall I was very pleased by the results and impressed with Scott's skill and knowledge.   I would certainly use his services again.

Reviews in Blairstown to Repair Fiberglass Showers

ASurface Specialists of Central Iowa
He did an excellent job repairing (3) 1/4" holes in the shower.  His finish and color were seamless and perfectly matched.  It was impossible to know that a repair had been performed.  He added a non-slip surface to the shower floor using a granular surface that also matches the shower color.  The granular surface is definitely slip-resistant with the granular surface not being visible. His total time to repair was a little under 1 hour.  He was very quick and efficient. Scott explained not to use the shower for 12 hours to allow adequate drying. Overall I was very pleased by the results and impressed with Scott's skill and knowledge.   I would certainly use his services again.
- Theodore R....
AMadison's Resurfacing LLC
We had a 35 year old harvest gold fiberglass tub and surround that now looks brand new.  Patrick was on time, did the work exactly as planned and for the quoted price.
- Cyndia Z....
FMadison's Resurfacing LLC
I called Madison's for an estimate to fix the dent in our tub.  I talked with him on the phone a couple of times and explained how the dent got there, were it was, the approximate size, and that we had removed shower doors and there were small holes in the surround from the screws.  He asked the age of the unit and we talked about touch up paint verse spraying the hole unit.  In the end he quoted me a price just over $300 for the repairs by phone.  He was going to fix the to the dent, fill all the screw holes, and spray the whole unit so the tub would look brand new when he was done. All I needed to do was prepare the unit by scrubbing it with steel wool and dish soap, which I did.  In doing that though I discovered three more small cracks by the drain.  I left him a note indicating were the cracks were because I was not going to be there on the day of the repair.   When Madison's arrived my wife said  they went right to work, drilling out the screw holes, the dent, and cracks preparing the unit for repair.  He told my wife that it would be additional $100 to fix the cracks I had found.  As one worker was prepping the unit the one I had spoke with on the phone presented my wife with a bill for $722.25.  She shocked and refused to sign the bill.  She called me at work to tell me the repair was more than double what we expected to pay.  I had her hand the phone to him and I asked him why the repair price had changed.  He told me there was no $300 repair job.  He told me he could stop working, go do another job, and I could think about it and come back.  As I sat on the phone with him weighing the cost of repair verses replacing the unit I asked him what was the guaranty that his company offered with this repair.  He told me it would last another 15 years.  I then asked him "so if I have any problems with the repair you would come out and repair it for free?"  He then started rattling off a list of things that weren't covered and I told him that we would not be using his company.  He then told me, that they would stop work and I can keep using the tub the way it is."  He had a snide tone to his voice when he said that and when I got home I found out why.  In doing the prep work on the tub, before presenting the bill they had removed the fiberglass surface from the dent area leaving a 2-3" opening in our tub.  There is no way the tub could ever be used again with what they had done to it and he knew it.  Before leaving he wrote on the bill job stopped by homeowner, the date, and the time and wanted my wife to sign it.  She refused and told him the only way she would sign it was if he wrote there was no charge.  He did and they left.
- P W....