Everything you need to make informed decisions about showers, countertops, and the materials and processes that go into producing them.
We understand why people are drawn to big box stores, like Lowe’s and Home Depot. The prices are typically lower, there are tons of store locations (which is convenient), and there’s a pretty good selection available through which customers can browse.
However, if you have to buy a new shower base every five years, is it actually cheaper? Is it really more convenient? Here at Tower Industries, we think it’s more cost effective and convenient when your shower base, kitchen countertop, bathroom sink or other surface actually lasts.
You might be wondering why we’re writing an article about removing spray paint from a fiberglass surface, especially considering we don’t manufacture fiberglass showers here at Tower Industries. Well, believe it or not, we’re writing this article because this is a question we’ve been asked by clients a time or two.
So how do you remove spray paint from a fiberglass shower?
It’s an unfortunate truth, but we live in a throwaway society. Do you remember the good ol’ days when you could buy something that actually lasted? Of course, items lasted longer back then because they were built by people who cared, and they weren’t manufactured to fail. Items purchased actually had value, and the value of ownership outweighed the up front cost.
Well, believe it or not, there are still some products made to last and companies who care. We can proudly and humbly say that here at Tower Industries, we are one of those companies. Our solid surfaces are made to last, not fail. Quality is the utmost priority for every solid surface solution we install.