Bath Repairs in Plymouth
It’s important to repair chips, cracks, or any other damage to baths, not only because they are unsightly but also because they gather harmful bacteria. Luckily, our experienced team specialises in bath repairs. Count on us to repair any bath to its former glory, saving you the cost and hassle of having to replace it. If you don’t want a complete bath repair, we also offer bath cleaning and polishing.
We repair all kinds of baths, including:
- Antique Bath Tu
- Cast Iron Bath Tubs
- Enamel Bath Tubs
- Acrylic Baths
- Pressed Steel Baths
During the repair process, the bath is thoroughly cleaned, using special degreasing and decalcifying chemicals. The surface is then treated with an industrial grinding process to provide a good bonding key. Any damaged areas are repaired and finished, and the surrounding area and bath fittings are masked. After the process of infrared heat treatment, the bath is then polished and buffed to a high shine.
Find more information on our Bath repair page.
Plymouth is a port city in Devon, Southwest England. It’s known for its maritime heritage and historic Barbican district with narrow, cobbled streets. Sutton Harbour is home to the National Marine Aquarium, where sharks and rays glide in a deep tank. In the harbour are several marinas and a fish market, the Plymouth Fisheries. The Mayflower Steps are where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World in 1620, also Captain Cook left Plymouth on the Endeavour in 1768 on his first voyage.
The Port of Plymouth serves the biggest Naval Base in Western Europe with base ported vessels including nuclear submarines and large warships, and many ships from foreign navies visit Plymouth for Operational Sea Training.
If you’re a fan of all things nautical, then be sure to make a trip to Plymouth Hoe. Not only is it the backdrop for Sir Francis Drake’s legendary game of bowls, but it’s also one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. You can get incredible views of the Plymouth from Smeaton’s Tower. And don’t forget to pay a visit to the Barbican, a bustling array of specialist shops, restaurants, cafes and world-class attractions in Devon, all set against the backdrop of Plymouth’s picturesque harbour.
In the back streets and along the winding streets you’ll find some of the best places to eat in Devon. There’s a cluster of celebrity chef restaurants in Plymouth, and many of its eateries are supplied with fresh produce by the local farms and fishermen. The city is a host for many nationally important events and Devon attractions such as the British Art Show and America’s Cup World Series and The Armed Forces Day National Event, as well as its own unique home grown events like the Barbican Jazz and Blues Festival, the British Fireworks Championships and the Marine City Festival.