Waterproofing Your Bathroom

With gravity, water will always find the easiest and quickest route downwards. If a weak point or crack develops in your floor or walls, or gaps form in the sealant between your walls and bath, water can easily start to seep through and will soon find its way into the ground floor of your house. […]... Read More

Repair Your Cracked Bathtub?

Most bathtubs that aren’t cast iron or steel are acrylic plastic, therefore if the crack is right through the tub and water is leaking, though, you should replace the tub. If it’s an emergency and you need a short-term repair, we recommend using a two-part epoxy. Choose a thin epoxy (2:1 ratio) from the selection […]... Read More

How To Deal With Bathroom Damage

Your bathroom could potentially suffer damage from a host of terrible surprises. Floods, vandalism, there are countless external hazards. So what do you do if you suffer from these external influences and what should you be aware of? Insurance Almost anything can be insured, and property insurance is no exception. Property insurance gives you a financial safety net if any […]... Read More

Different Styles and Looks

There are so many different styles and looks of trim which can be used on floors and walls and are available in a variety of different heights. When selecting a tile trim you need to choose what depth tile trim to use. They come in a variety of depths. Determine the length of metal tile […]... Read More

Porcelain Tiles

Most types of tiles that are made from a form of clay or a clay mixture, which are then kiln-fired, are considered to be a part of the larger classification of tile called ceramic. Porcelain tiles are generally made by pressing porcelain clays, which results in a tile that’s dense, impervious, fine grained, and smooth […]... Read More