Re-Bath

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Bathroom Remodeling, Bathtub to Shower Conversions, Shower Door Shop, Wall Surrounds and Wainscoting, Bathroom Flooring, Shower Bases and Bathtub Replacements
  • 2150 E Fairview Ave Suite 150

    Meridian, ID 83642

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  • 208-297-7939

About Re-Bath

Categories
  • Bathroom Remodeling Contractors
  • Showers
Details
  • Basement Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling Contractors
  • Bonded
  • Insured
  • Licensed
  • References Available
  • Senior Discount
Hours
M-Th 9am-5:30pm, F 9am-5pm, Sa 10am-3pm, Su Closed
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Keywords
  • Custom Bathrooms
  • custom glass shower door
  • home bathroom remodel
  • ada shower
  • ADA Compliant Bathtubs
  • bathroom renovator
  • bathroom designer
  • Bathroom Sink Installation
  • Safety Bathtubs
Products
  • ADA Compliant Bathtubs
  • ADA Compliant Showers
  • Bathroom Design
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Bathroom Sink Installation
  • Custom Bathrooms
  • Safety Bathtubs
  • Shower Doors
  • Residential Bathroom Remodeling
Specialties
  • ADA Compliant Bathtub
  • ADA Compliant Showers
  • Bathroom Design
  • Bathroom Refinishing
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Bathroom Sink Installation
  • Bypass Shower Doors
  • Custom Bathrooms
  • Custom Frameless Shower Doors
  • Custom Glass Shower Doors
Languages
  • English

Home Construction & Remodeling

Home Construction & Remodeling
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A Re-Bath salesman came to our home and used high-pressure and highly-manipulative techniques to try to get my husband and I to commit to their offer the night of the estimate. The presentation took 2.5 hours and clearly was not altered at all even though we were trying to hold/entertain a 2 year old who we had to keep up past her bedtime because the guy just kept going on and on. Most of this presentation was spent watching a powerpoint of information I already knew about the company from researching them on the internet. From the beginning the salesman seemed more interested in interrogating us over other options we were considering and giving me his opinion that other remodeling companies we had received bids for (and we didn't give him names of companies because that felt awkward) were not trustworthy or respectful because they were taking a couple days between taking the measurements and the final bids. He asked me "how does that make you feel that they didn't respect your time enough to give you a number?" I thought to myself "it doesn't bother me that a company understands that remodeling a historic 1947 home's bathroom requires a little more thought than taking measurements of surface materials and plugging it into a 10 cell pricing chart (like Re-Bath did) and it definitely isn't good business practice to make a major home improvement decision without investigating a few different options. The salesman wasted so much of the presentation trying to bad-mouth who he assumed was bidding on our remodel I finally just said that I'd prefer to focus on what Re-Bath had to offer. It was clear to me from the salesman's behavior he must have received some extra incentive for signing a person up the day of the presentation. He was clearly angry with me when I told him we would be taking a week to look at all of our options before making a decision. He actually said, "so you've just been wasting my time, then?"

Additionally, I can say that while these look like good quality immitations of stone/tile work it is not worth paying over double the cost of even higher-end tile/grout systems (Re-Bath bid us $8400 for JUST the shower). Re-bath materials have less resale value regardless of what a Re-Bath salesman thinks of these products and when most people end up staying in their home for 10 years or less... this isn't smart investing and in the end that is what you are doing every time you improve your home.

On a final note, while I am not LDS I found the following conversation that occurred at the very beginning of the meeting unprofessional and offensive. The salesman and his "trainee" were talking to us about our daughter and baby on the way. Making conversation I asked each of them about their kids and the trainee said he had five children. The head salesman then adds something like "yeah he USED to be LDS and you know how that goes" giving me eyebrows. Now I realize that this guy has noticed we have a wine rack in our living room and a coffee pot in our kitchen, made an assumption we are not LDS/mormon, and now is making a comment to me about a religious stereotype? Not appropriate and I wish I had ended the presentation right then since this was my first red flag of many -- seriously too many to list out here!

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A Re-Bath salesman came to our home and used high-pressure and highly-manipulative techniques to try to get my husband and I to commit to their offer the night of the estimate. The presentation took 2.5 hours and clearly was not altered at all even though we were trying to hold/entertain a 2 year old who we had to keep up past her bedtime because the guy just kept going on and on. Most of this presentation was spent watching a powerpoint of information I already knew about the company from researching them on the internet. From the beginning the salesman seemed more interested in interrogating us over other options we were considering and giving me his opinion that other remodeling companies we had received bids for (and we didn't give him names of companies because that felt awkward) were not trustworthy or respectful because they were taking a couple days between taking the measurements and the final bids. He asked me "how does that make you feel that they didn't respect your time enough to give you a number?" I thought to myself "it doesn't bother me that a company understands that remodeling a historic 1947 home's bathroom requires a little more thought than taking measurements of surface materials and plugging it into a 10 cell pricing chart (like Re-Bath did) and it definitely isn't good business practice to make a major home improvement decision without investigating a few different options. The salesman wasted so much of the presentation trying to bad-mouth who he assumed was bidding on our remodel I finally just said that I'd prefer to focus on what Re-Bath had to offer. It was clear to me from the salesman's behavior he must have received some extra incentive for signing a person up the day of the presentation. He was clearly angry with me when I told him we would be taking a week to look at all of our options before making a decision. He actually said, "so you've just been wasting my time, then?"

Additionally, I can say that while these look like good quality immitations of stone/tile work it is not worth paying over double the cost of even higher-end tile/grout systems (Re-Bath bid us $8400 for JUST the shower). Re-bath materials have less resale value regardless of what a Re-Bath salesman thinks of these products and when most people end up staying in their home for 10 years or less... this isn't smart investing and in the end that is what you are doing every time you improve your home.

On a final note, while I am not LDS I found the following conversation that occurred at the very beginning of the meeting unprofessional and offensive. The salesman and his "trainee" were talking to us about our daughter and baby on the way. Making conversation I asked each of them about their kids and the trainee said he had five children. The head salesman then adds something like "yeah he USED to be LDS and you know how that goes" giving me eyebrows. Now I realize that this guy has noticed we have a wine rack in our living room and a coffee pot in our kitchen, made an assumption we are not LDS/mormon, and now is making a comment to me about a religious stereotype? Not appropriate and I wish I had ended the presentation right then since this was my first red flag of many -- seriously too many to list out here!

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The wife and I originally heard about Rebath of Idaho from a TV Home Show. I don't recall what channel it was on any longer. After seeing the show, we went to their showroom in Meridian. I expected this to be rough, it can just be a pain dealing with all the little points that come up. There was none of that with Rebath, they are truly unique in my opinion. I wish everything was like their process. We picked what we wanted, set up an install date, the guys came when they said they would and did the installation. DONE Thanks Rebath!

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The wife and I originally heard about Rebath of Idaho from a TV Home Show. I don't recall what channel it was on any longer. After seeing the show, we went to their showroom in Meridian. I expected this to be rough, it can just be a pain dealing with all the little points that come up. There was none of that with Rebath, they are truly unique in my opinion. I wish everything was like their process. We picked what we wanted, set up an install date, the guys came when they said they would and did the installation. DONE Thanks Rebath!

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I never did get into the showroom at Rebath of Idaho, they had someone come out to the house. He was a good guy. After getting a few more estimates I chose to go with them for two reason. 1. The product was really nice looking and very affordable. 2. They were so much better than the competition when it came to the purchasing decisions, it seemed an easy choice. The install guys were very good and did a very good job. It was quick and they were really clean, I was surprised how clean they were able to be during this kind of install. Rebath of Idaho, did a great job with my bathroom remodel, I am so very pleased with my new tub and the accessories that came with it!

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I never did get into the showroom at Rebath of Idaho, they had someone come out to the house. He was a good guy. After getting a few more estimates I chose to go with them for two reason. 1. The product was really nice looking and very affordable. 2. They were so much better than the competition when it came to the purchasing decisions, it seemed an easy choice. The install guys were very good and did a very good job. It was quick and they were really clean, I was surprised how clean they were able to be during this kind of install. Rebath of Idaho, did a great job with my bathroom remodel, I am so very pleased with my new tub and the accessories that came with it!

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Still in Business locally in the Treasure Valley since 2005. You can find us at 2150 E. Fairview Ave., Suite 150, Meridian, Idaho 83642. Or call us at 208.367.0900.

We apologize for the inconvenience of not having updated our address on City Search. We're on it. Thank you.

-Spencer S.

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Still in Business locally in the Treasure Valley since 2005. You can find us at 2150 E. Fairview Ave., Suite 150, Meridian, Idaho 83642. Or call us at 208.367.0900.

We apologize for the inconvenience of not having updated our address on City Search. We're on it. Thank you.

-Spencer S.

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I think they went out of business.
Showroom is closed, and receptionist says they don't serve the area anymore.

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I think they went out of business.
Showroom is closed, and receptionist says they don't serve the area anymore.

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