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Elevate your Bathroom with a Gorgeous LuxStone™ Shower

Posted on: February 21st, 2018 by commAdmin

Stop turning a blind eye and living with your ugly shower. You don’t have to grit your teeth when you step into your shower and count the seconds until you can step out! Not anymore with CBI Tulsa’s LuxStone™ Shower solutions. Our LuxStone™ shower wall panels are gorgeous and many say look like something you would see at a high-end hotel without the high-end price tag. With our LuxStone™ shower walls you get the quality and engineering you have come to expect with the Kohler® name. A name that goes hand in hand with quality and experience backed by over 140 years in the bathroom business.

Our LuxStone™ shower walls are extremely low maintenance. Simply wipe them down with a soft, damp cloth and they will sparkle. No matter which style you choose, none of our LuxStone™ shower walls will support the growth of mildew, mold, and bacteria. Our LuxStone™ shower products can be completely customized. Available in many designs including four high style themes including Earthy Neutral, Cool and Clean, Sleek Minimalist and Urban Chic. Our wall accessories are definitely not a forgotten afterthought. These beautiful wall accessories, fixtures and hardware are available in designer styles like, White Brick, Veincut Sandbar and Veincut Dune, etc. The possibilities are endless.

When you choose to say goodbye to your old, grimy and impossible to clean shower, and choose to upgrade to a LuxStone™ shower you are choosing to elevate your bathroom to a relaxing, spa like retreat. Stop putting off dealing with your ugly shower. With CBI Tulsa and LuxStone™, we can have your depressing shower transformed into a relaxing retreat in as little as one day! When we are finished, you will kick yourself for putting it off for so long!


Bathtub Maintenance: Relining vs. Reglazing

Posted on: January 23rd, 2018 by commAdmin

Stop putting up with a cracked, chipped, moldy, and just plain old ugly bathtub. Here at CBI Tulsa, we’ve helped hundreds of homeowners throughout the Tulsa area transform their bathrooms into spa-like retreats. If you are embarrassed to have company spend the night because you know they are going to see your bathtub, our bath liners are the answer to your prayers. Typically, in as little as one day, we can have your custom fit bath liner installed and you will never have to look at your unsightly tub ever again!

Here at CBI Tulsa, our bath liners are of the highest quality in the industry. They are made of an extremely durable acrylic that is U.S. made. Our product will never crack, peel, mold or mildew. They are also incredibly easy to keep clean and sparkling. We know you will absolutely love your bathtub when we are finished with it which is why we confidently back it with a Lifetime Guarantee.

At this point in your bathtub research, you may have heard about reglazing. Some companies go to great lengths to talk up the reglazing process. Here at CBI Tulsa, we offer the highest quality custom fit acrylic bath liners instead of bath reglazing. You see the problem that we have with reglazing is that it’s just a temporary fix to your bathtub’s cracks, stubborn mold and impossible to remove dirt and grime. Reglazing simply does not last! The bottom line is that reglazing coatings are not very durable. What happens when a homeowner opts to have their problem tub reglazed is that the finish comes loose after a short amount of time and the problem areas you were trying to cover up start to reappear. Reglazing is a problem because it just isn’t very durable. Many homeowners report problems with chips, dings and other marks you don’t want all over your bathtub.

There you have it. Everything you need to know about relining vs. reglazing your bathtub. We would love to come out and show you our large selection of designer colors and styles that will coordinate beautifully with your existing space. If you are sick and tired of staring at your ugly tub, give us a call here at CBI Tulsa.


The Truth About Metal Roof Myths

Posted on: January 11th, 2018 by commAdmin

Metal roofs have been afflicted with an unwarranted reputation for being lesser than their asphalt counterparts. Their lackluster reputation can largely be attributed to several common misconceptions about their character. Today, we’d like to go over some of the more prominent metal roofing concerns and discuss just how much validity they hold.

Metal Roof Myth 1

Lackluster style selection/aesthetic

A common deterrent for homeowners when it comes to metal roofing is the belief that metal roofs are ugly and lack the strong selection of styles that other roofing materials have. This is most assuredly a misconception. Metal roofing has come a long way since its inception. There remains the tried and true style of the vertical seam roof, as well as a bevy of others, including metal tile, metal shake, metal shingles, stone-coated, and many more. Furthermore, metal roofs are available in a variety of gorgeous colors, making them perfect for enhancing or accenting the style of your home.

Metal Roof Myth 2

Increased Noise Level

Metal roofs have the misfortune of inheriting the myth that they produce increased noise levels when it rains. Thanks to cinema, it’s more common to imagine rain producing excessive noise if it comes down on metal rather than if it were raining on asphalt. However, in reality, metal roofs are actually no louder than a standard asphalt roof. In fact, they’re often been quoted as being quieter since metal roofs are usually installed over an existing shingle roof. To further get away from this myth, many metal roofs are accompanied by a solid sheathing attached to the underlayment for increased noise reduction.

Metal Roof Myth 3

Prone to Lightning Strikes

Metal roofs being prone to lightning strikes is one of the more far-fetched myths. It’s well known that metal is a strong electrical conductor, however, that does not mean lightning is immediately attracted to your home. Lightning tends to strike the highest object around. Whether it’s a tree or a lightning rod, it will strike the highest point first. If your home is the tallest object or structure during a lightning storm, then the potential for a strike is higher regardless of which roofing material you use.

Why Metal Roofing Works

Hopefully, we’ve dispelled enough of the more popular metal roofing myths that you’re now able to objectively consider it as a strong roofing option. Metal roofing has a number of strong benefits that make it a great investment for your home. Perhaps the greatest benefit of a metal roof is its lifespan. Metal roofs have been quoted to last 50+ years, which easily makes them the last roof you’ll ever have to install in your lifetime as a homeowner. A secondary benefit they provide is energy efficiency. Granted, a metal roof by itself will not dramatically reduce the energy consumption of your home but they do tend to have a better energy performance than asphalt roofs under the same conditions. To learn more about what makes metal roofing a great option, contact CBI Tulsa today!


Window Shopping for Energy Efficiency

Posted on: January 4th, 2018 by commAdmin

Making sure that your home is energy efficient throughout the year is very important, especially during these winter months. Unfortunately, many homeowners are unaware that a vast amount of energy loss occurs via heat transfer through windows. This can be attributed to a number of things, including poor insulating factors, poor construction, age, physical damage, etc. If you have windows that succumb to any of the aforementioned issues, then you should consider window replacement. Make sure you consider the following features when window shopping for energy efficiency.

Energy Efficient Window Features

 · Multi-Pane Construction: Any energy efficient window worth having is going to have a multi-pane type construction. Multi-pane construction serves as the basis for an energy efficient window since it creates the potential for multiple other energy efficient features. Typical constructions are double and triple paned systems that serve as providing extra barriers between the interior of your home and the outside.

· Insulating Gas Fills: To have insulating gas fills, your windows must be multi-pane. The gas is vacuum-sealed in the space between the glass panes to create a denser barrier than what you would get without. The gas, combined with the extra panes of glass, help halt the process of heat transfer. The gases most often used are Argon and Krypton, with the latter being the premium choice due to its density.

· Low-E Glass: Insulated glass, also referred to as Low-E glass, has the benefit of being coated with multiple layers of low emissivity film. The film aids in slowing the heat transfer process as well as blocking harmful UV rays from entering your home. If you have a multi-pane window construction, you can equip each pane with a Low-E film to compound the effects.

· Multi-Chamber Frames: A multi-chambered frame construction provides similar benefits to that of multi-paned window construction. The difference being that instead of having the thermal break occur between the panes of glass, it occurs within the frame. The multiple chambers within the frame create a thermal break by using dead air as a barrier. The chambers can also trap any loose air trying leak through the frame, which is then added as an insulating factor.

· Spacers: Spacers help keep any insulating gas from leaking out of the construction and keep the glass from moving out of place during extreme weather conditions, in which the frame has potential to expand or contract. We suggest staying away from windows using a metal/aluminum spacer as there are many other spacers available that are far more efficient.

Shop with Window Professionals

Now that you know a bit more about what to look for with regards to high-performance windows, it’s time to start shopping around. Windows with the above features are going to provide you with greater energy efficiency than standard single-pane window systems. If you’re in doubt about a windows’ energy efficiency, observe the NFRC Label or look for the Blue Energy Star Label. To learn more about how replacement windows can improve your home, contact CBI Tulsa today!


The Right Siding Selection for Your Home

Posted on: December 28th, 2017 by commAdmin

Choosing to replace the siding of your home is one of the best investments you can make. Replacement siding can give your home a beautiful new look and style, as well as provide an energy upgrade. Here at CBI Tulsa, our goal is to ensure that you find the perfect fit for your home. There are several siding types from which to choose, so it’s important to make sure that you know what you’re getting before buying. Below is a brief rundown of the different siding types.

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding has become the “go-to” option for the majority of homeowners. This is largely due to the fact that it is one of the most affordable options available without sacrificing quality. The siding is made using a vinyl polymer that provides exceptional durability and beauty. Furthermore, vinyl siding is low-maintenance and never requires painting since the color is ingrained in the panels.

At CBI Tulsa, we carry a special type of vinyl composite siding that is fused together with a foam backing. The insulated foam backing aids in keeping your home’s interior at a comfortable temperature throughout the entire year. Additional benefits of the foam backer include increased exterior noise reduction, durability, fuller aesthetic, and elimination of unsightly seams where the panels connect.

Wood Siding

Wood siding is a tried and true structural form. The greatest benefit of wood siding is its unmatched beauty. There are many types of wood species from which you can choose, each with its own charm and distinct look. Despite its exceptional beauty, wood siding does have its fair share of drawbacks, the most notable being its higher cost. Wood siding, like most other wooden constructs, cost more to produce and require more time. Additionally, it requires far more maintenance than its less costly siblings.

Fiber Cement

Fiber cement siding is more recent development and has made great strides in catching up with the popularity of vinyl siding. It’s made using a composition of sand, cement, and cellulose fibers, which give a strong amount of durability and makes it resistant to pests. Furthermore, it doesn’t rot, is impact resistant, and somewhat fireproof. The downside of this siding product is its higher cost when compared to its vinyl composite counterpart, which offers much of the same benefits. Another con of this type of siding is that, unlike vinyl, it does require painting and other maintenance details as time passes.


Aluminum siding used to be very popular as it was a cost-effective alternative to the more expensive wooden siding. However, with the advancements in siding composition with regards to vinyl and fiber cement, aluminum siding has fallen behind. Though it is still cost-effective, it doesn’t possess the stellar energy efficiency of its counterparts and is susceptible to impacts, which leaves a distasteful aesthetic on your home. In short, aluminum siding is hardly a viable option for any modern homeowner.

Siding Experts in Tulsa

Don’t fall victim to investing in an inferior siding for your home. At CBI Tulsa, we make sure to carry only what we believe to be the best products for Tulsa homeowners. That’s why our primary type of siding is foam-backed vinyl composite siding. It gives your home a fresh new look, an energy upgrade, impact and noise resistance, impeccable style, and a wealth of other benefits. To learn more about how our brand of insulated siding can benefit your home, contact us today!


Cleaning Tips for Your Acrylic Bath

Posted on: December 20th, 2017 by commAdmin

The beauty and ease of acrylic replacement baths have made them one of the most popular bathtub options available. We know this from firsthand experience as we have installed thousands of acrylic baths ourselves throughout the state so it should go without saying that we know our way around a tub. This also means that we know the best ways to keep a well maintained bathtub, which is what we’re going to cover today; the proper way to keep your acrylic tub beautiful and shining.

Steps to Cleaning Your Bath

  • Prepare: The first step to take is to prepare your bath for cleaning, which means removing items like soap, shampoos, washcloths, etc. Performing this step ensures that you’ll be able to detail every spot in your bath. It also gives you an opportunity to clean these items so they won’t dirty the space once they are placed back in your bathing space. You should also make sure that you have all the necessary cleaning supplies before starting. Necessary supplies include cleaning solution, a microfiber cloth or sponge, etc.
  • Cleaning: A popular method for cleaning an acrylic bath is with a half and half solution of white vinegar and warm water. Simply mix the solution and spray onto the surface of the tube. Let the solution sit for approximately 15 minutes and then wipe, rinse with water, and wipe once again. This method gives a deeper clean that doesn’t require harsh solutions or abrasive scouring pads. Another method often used is to fill the tub with warm water and add a few squirts of dish liquid. Let it sit for roughly half an hour, then drain and wipe away any residue with a sponge or microfiber cloth.
  • Cleaning the Outside: The outside appearance of your tub is just as important as the interior, which is why cleaning it should not be overlooked. You can use the same cleaning solution from the previous step or standard dish soap. If you come across extra stubborn soap scum, we recommend a reputable all-purpose spray cleaner.
  • Polish: Optionally, you can apply polish, which helps keep or restore your bathtub’s beautiful shine. Car polish is great for this task and it’s resistant to the constant exposure to water. Simply apply the polish, rub clean, dry, and wipe.
  • Maintenance: The best cleaning tip we have to offer is to maintain general upkeep and routine cleaning. Each time you finish using your bath, take a few extra moments to rinse out your tub and wipe away any remaining moisture with a microfiber cloth, squeegee, or sponge. This is an excellent way to prevent soap scum, mildew, grime, and tub stains.

Considering Replacing Your Bath?

If cleaning your bathtub isn’t working due to some stubborn stains, mold, mildew, etc., then replacing it may be your best option. Fortunately, that’s one of our specialties and we have a stellar selection of replacement acrylic baths from which you can choose. Find out more about our great baths by contacting us today for your free consultation. Also, check back soon to find more helpful hints from your friends here at CBI Tulsa.


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