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Question DetailsAsked on 10/1/2014

cost to remove tile, mold behind it, and bathtub, then install surround tub

cost to to remove tiles around bath tub and mold behind tiles, then install a new surround tub

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You can find several responses to similar questions right below this answer - others (including those) in the Home > Remodel - Kitchen and Bath link in Browse Projects, at lower left. The Search the List category you would want to search would generally be Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath, though a few Tile contractors and Plumbers also do this type of job.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


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Answered 5 years ago by trapahoho


Depends on a lot of factors, especially if there is structural water damage behind the wall, but ROUGH ballpark, probably at least $2500 bare minimum, around $3-5000 for mid-range job and materials, and up to $7-10,000 ballpark for higher (but not highest) end materials - but that is not likely because you said a "surround" tub, which to me means a fiberglass or plastic surround like motels/hotels commonly use, not tile or stone.

Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath is the Search the List category you are looking for - then look at ratings and reviews (available to members only) to choose a few to come give bids. Of course, have in mind up-front the type of materials you want,, or have them show you catalogs. Best if you make a walk-through first at a home improvement store or plumbing company showroom to look at what types and materials and finishes and colors of fixtures and tub/surround you want.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD


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