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Topic # 113321 13-Jan-2013 21:05
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Hi There!

I am wondering if anyone has this installed and can give me a run down on how they find It? 

We got it when we bought this house new 6 years and they have had to come back and redo it twice now, which is becoming very frustrating. Basically after about 6 months it stops being particularly effective.

If something has a "lifetime of the glass" warranty, do we continue to demand they reapply it every couple of years? Last time they offered us a refund, but ultimately I'd rather make them come back and fix their system and I wanted to know if I am within my rights to do this? 


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  Reply # 744344 14-Jan-2013 07:58
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We have had this installed/applied to our showers and it is a god send....no issues with it as yet - just followed the instructions the installer advised us and it is good as new. Which was pretty much clean it once a week and use products with low silicone content (Pantene and Tresemme shampoo's - among others - were specifically advised to avoid).

Glass has nothing on it (we are now about 18months since application), and is just like it was on installation date. Have not had to call them back at all.

If we were doing another bathroom - they would be at the top of the list for first to contact to get them back in - Love it!!

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  Reply # 744348 14-Jan-2013 08:07
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Hey guys,

Would you mind sharing how much you paid for the product + approved application?

Had a look on their website but unsurprisingly, they don't talk about prices..

Thanks,

Guillaume

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 744351 14-Jan-2013 08:23
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it depends on a couple of things:

1) How much surface area there is to treat - ie a shower with a single glass door will be cheaper than a glass shower with 3 full glass walls
2) How much preparation/cleaning is required before treatment can begin - ie has the shower been used or is it still unsued from installation.

I cannot recall how much our showers cost - but from memory (very hazy indeed) it was about $400 per shower.

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