Shower Tile Installation
Shower tiling is a general term, covering the many possibilities that come in the way of adding tiles to your shower space. Bathrooms and showers have become one of the most suitable areas for stylistic design, within the entirety of the home. Interesting colors and patterning and a range of materials, achieving a sharp and well-maintained looking space, can make your bathroom environment a much nicer presented and cleaner feeling place. Shower tiling is simply the stylistic and functional choices that you make, in applying our tiles around your shower. We find tiling solutions that look good in their appearance and are equally functional.
The walls surrounding your shower are the first thing that come to mind, when thinking about installing tiles. It is important that a material such as tiling is used due to its water-resistant nature. It is a favorable choice, as it means that you can best protect the wall underneath. We have a number of different aesthetic choices for shower wall tiling, possessing a number of materials that would be suitable. Finished, porcelain and mosaic tiles are all examples of effective choices, to achieve a quality looking space that will serve its purpose well.
Wet Room Tiling
A more luxurious alternative to a shower is a wet room. A wet room takes away the usual shower tray or bathtub and instead makes use of a water-resistant material, to cover the entire surface of the room. If you are intending to build a wet room in your home, then you will no doubt be looking for the best stylistic options. Finished and glazed ceramic tiles, slate and types of natural stone, such as granite or marble, can all be used effectively for this purpose. Our expert team of designers will be able to imagine a wet room space that fulfils your desires, both aesthetically and functionally.
The number one concern everybody has, with regards to bathroom tiling, is finding a solution that is capable of being the best water-resistant possible. This is a necessary property to have, so to keep your walls protected from the damage that sustained interaction with water can cause. If a bare wall is exposed, staining and marks will quickly appear and if left for a greater period of time, mold spores will begin to spread; causing a health hazard in your own home. Ensuring a sufficiently water-resistant material is used is very much in your best interest.
Mostly applicable for shower rooms and the main bathroom floors themselves, anti-slip tiling is beneficial to your shower space. Once the various tiling materials become wet, they become a lot more slippery and this could see you falling and potentially injuring yourself. In these areas, it is preferable to select materials that are the least slippery. Using smaller sized tiles and materials such as porcelain and stone are good ways to achieve this. Consult with our designers about finding a balance that works for you, between aesthetics and function.