Bathtub refinishing or surface restoration benefits the environment because old bathtubs are not thrown into the landfills but are refinished. Additionally, when kitchen cabinets are refinished instead of being replaced, trees are saved, there you see one of the understated advantages of bathtub refinishing. A lot of energy and resources that are used in the manufacture of new products are also saved when bathtubs, countertops and sinks are refinished and not dumped into the landfills. That is an environmental benefit of re-glazing.
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When bathtubs and other sound fixtures in your kitchen and bathrooms are refinished instead of being replaced, you save money and time, but you also benefit the environment. Here are the advantages of refinishing and how it benefits the environment:
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With cabinet refinishing for instance, when cabinets are refinished instead of replacing them, new trees are not cut down for cabinets, thereby conserving energy and other natural resources. The other benefit is that there is also a reduction in the purchase of new furniture.
Cabinet refinishing makes it possible to reuse valuable asset like cabinets and prevent them from going to the land fills, thereby being a preventive measure for the benefit of the environment.
By recycling through refinishing instead of replacing, everybody benefits.
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By using the three R’s of protecting and preserving the environment as our bench mark, we can see that the refinishing process benefits us by benefiting the environment.
Reduction benefits the environment
The goal of “Reduction” is to reduce the amount of new goods that we buy and consume. When you refinish your old bathtub, sink, cabinets or countertops, they look almost brand new and there is no need for replacement and there is no need to dispose of them, thereby benefiting the environment.
When we refinish cabinets for instance, we decrease the need to cut down new trees, process and transport them for manufacturing into the beautiful kitchen or bathroom cabinet. Refinishing cabinets, porcelain or acrylic surfaces reduces pollution, saves money and time and importantly the environment.
Benefits of saving trees by refinishing cabinets instead of replacing them.
The benefits to the environment for not cutting down more trees for cabinets are many and varied. Trees suck up the carbon monoxide that is produced in the manufacture of the new stuff that we buy. And because trees don’t grow on steroids, it takes many years to replenish those trees. By reusing sound refinished cabinets, trees are saved, landfills are saved. Those are environmental benefits of refinishing.
Some trees have such important medicinal values that we need to be careful about what trees are being felled to cabinets. For instance, the Balm of Gilead’s resin is useful in healing wounds. It is also good in treating bronchitis. It benefits not just the environment, by humans by not felling so much trees that don’t need to be cut down.
Scientists say that because we are not refinishing more, but continue to replace are adding tons of carbon dioxide by destroying the trees and more tons of carbon dioxide by the process we use in cutting down the trees, process them and then transport them to be finished at a shop as cabinets or furniture.
Refinishing or resurfacing furniture reduces the impact of carbon on the environment. Refinishing furniture compared to buying new one, saves an estimated 124.08 tons of carbon dioxide per property. The carbon foot print for refinishing furniture is 0.009% that of new furniture manufacturer’s carbon foot print. It takes 1000 times more carbon dioxide to make new furniture than to replace it. So, it is to our advantage to refinish instead of replacing.
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