Non-Slip Tile for Bathrooms

Non-Slip Tile for Bathrooms

Lisa DiRosso

Home improvements are a fabulous way to update your house and add more pizazz. There are countless ways that this can be accomplished depending on individual preferences.   Are you interested in making a change to your bathroom and considering new flooring?  Remodeling a bathroom in your home is an exciting venture although it can often be stressful.  In order to minimize as much stress as possible, it is vital that you keep certain considerations in mind.  

You need to allot a budget for your project and then decide in order of priority what you will transform; perhaps the entire bathroom from top to bottom, or maybe just a little sprucing up.  Sometimes updating one component of a room is all you need to give it a whole new feel and ambiance.  A fantastic idea is to replace your existing flooring with non-slip tile.  Not only will it make your floor so much safer to walk upon, especially after taking a bath or shower, but the new tiles will give the entire room a refreshed look.  Non-slip tiles have texture to them and are available for purchase in a wide gamut of colors and styles manufactured by top-notch companies.

Lighter colors usually require more up-keep as they tend to show wear more than their darker counterparts.  Patterned floor tiles are more forgiving in terms of staying more immaculate in appearance with less maintenance than solid-colored tiles, particularly lighter shades.   It is a good idea to visit several highly-regarded establishments and take a look at the non-slip products available.  Daltile is a prime trademark as it has an excellent reputation for quality.  They are proud to offer a quarry tile which is stain and slip-resistant.  These tiles may also be obtained with an abrasive grain for further traction. You need to decide upon the tiles that will suit your bathroom best, whether you are simply replacing the floor tiles or designing an entirely new room.

Non-Slip Tile for Bathrooms

If the tiles you view don’t seem to be what you are in the market for, don’t hesitate to inquire if there are others in catalogs which may be ordered.  Often times this request can be easily accommodated.  If you do not have a trusted independent contractor whom you can hire to do the installation, the majority of companies offer their own installation services.  

Make sure that you are completely informed of what the tiles themselves cost as well as the entire cost of the installation.  It is also very important to inquire how much time the project will take from beginning to end, especially if this is the only bathroom in the house.

Once your renovation is completed, you can admire the beauty of your new floor tiling as well as having the peace of mind that safety has been attained as well.  A few of your decorative finishing touches will further enhance the overall atmosphere of the room. Your updated bathroom with its non-slip tiles as DalTile, Dolce Glass Tile or Elios Ceramica is sure to be a welcomed addition to your home. 

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