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Tania’s one-stop-shop for bathroom solutions

Re-seal Bathrooms director Tania McIntosh.

In this sponsored post, Tania McIntosh of Re-seal Bathrooms talks about promoting diversity and wellbeing in the workplace, and her experience as a woman in business.

LAUNCHING her business 16 years ago, director of Re-seal Bathrooms Tania McIntosh says it marked the beginning of her journey in professional growth.

“Seeking continuous improvement, I achieved a diploma in business management, significantly enhancing my skills and knowledge,” she says.

“Re-seal Bathrooms specialises in comprehensive bathroom solutions.

“From essential maintenance tasks like re-grouting and tile replacement, to complete bathroom renovations.

“Recognising a notable gap in the market, I identified a unique opportunity to offer a one-stop-shop that could do it all.

“We recognise that not all bathroom issues necessitate complete renovations, and simple resealing won’t suffice for every shower. Thus, we provide honest guidance and free assessment to tailor our approach, ensuring cost effective and enduring results.”

Tania says she promotes diversity and wellbeing in her workplace and community by embracing inclusivity and fairness.

“My workforce reflects a variety of backgrounds, and I provide ongoing diversity training,” she says.

“I prioritise employee wellbeing and offer flexible work options.

“I also believe in being there for my employees beyond work issues, offering sound advice and a listening ear when they need it.”

Re-seal Bathrooms, 3/80 Newcastle Street, Fyshwick. Call 6176 0026, or visit

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