Bath Fitter expands into eastern Iowa and Western Illinois


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Posted Online: Jan. 22, 2013, 3:02 pm
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Press release submitted by Bath Saver, Inc.


Bath Saver, Inc.
542 Industrial Drive
Lewisberry, PA 17339
http://www.bathfitter.com/

Davenport, IA-Iowa Bath Solutions, LLC dba Bath Fitter, www.bathfitter.com, announces expansion of it's Des Moineslocation into eastern Iowa and Western Illinois. Due to increased demand, Bath Fitter will offer its services inthe following counties in Iowa: Clayton, Black Hawk, Buchanan, Delaware, Dubuque, Linn, Jones, Jackson, Clinton, Cedar, Scott, Muscatine, Louisa, Henry, Des Moines and Lee. In Illinois, Bath Fitter will service the following counties: Whiteside, Rock Island, Henry and Mercer.

Bath Fitter® is North America's premier acrylic bath, shower and wall-system company.
- Fast, Clean and Affordable
- Less hassle and mess than conventional bathroom remodeling
- Exclusive one-piece seamless walls, custom made for each individual installation
- Custom acrylic tub and shower liners installed right over your existing unit…in just one day
- Fiberglass replacements also available, installed in two days
- FREE in-home estimate with absolutely no obligation
- Financing is available

For over twenty nineyears, Bath Fitter® has been working to meet the custom needs of homeowners, as well as, commercial businesses and residencies.Bath Fitter® provides specialized bathtub and shower solutions with unique products, allowing for a precise, completely individual look that is custom made to fit the business or home's exact specifications. Numerousaccessoriesavailable such as shower seats, storage options, and a variety of modern acrylic finishes. When safety or ease of access is a concern, Bath Fitter® can even convert an existing tub into an easy access shower.

Customers can call to schedule a free, in-home estimate. At the in-home estimate, a Bath Fitter® representative will review the current situation and answer any questions. The company offers an Exclusive Limited Lifetime Warranty on all of its work. Bath Fitter® manufactures its own products and provides their own Certified Technicians, so they can stand behind every single job. No part of the process is subcontracted.

Customer service is one of Bath Fitter®'s top priorities. At the eat job completion, the customer receives a customer satisfaction survey, allowing customers to express their satisfaction or offer any suggestions.

Bath Fitter® has received the award for Top Performer in bathroom remodeling from Qualified Remodeler for 11 years in a row.

For a FREE in-home estimate, please call 1-800-594-8776. For employment opportunities visit www.bathsavercareers.com.



















 



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