When embarking on a remodeling project for your bathroom, it’s easy to overlook material consideration when you’re dealing with a top-notch renovation company. It’s safe to say you’re in good hands and you neglect looking at the materials open to you.
But then again, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. In this blog post, top kitchen remodeling company Home Remodeling Center lists down the best and worst materials for the three main facets of your bathroom remodel to aid you in making informed decisions.
The most popular and reliable materials are waterproof, including quartz, stone, glass, solid surface and laminate, which are all moisture- and damage-resistant. On the other hand, if you’re a busy person, you may want to avoid tile and copper countertops, which both need exacting and regular maintenance.
Keep in mind that most of these areas in your bathroom are exposed to large amounts of water. Kitchen remodeling contractors recommend water-resistant options, like decorative stone, ceramic and porcelain tiles for this purpose. Meanwhile, the material most considered disadvantageous is the use of wallpaper as it easily peels.
Obviously, you need materials that are slip-resistant, which instantly eliminates stone or porcelain. Rubber, tile and linoleum are the best choices. The worst material advised to stay away from? Carpet. Carpet is considered dirty as overtime it gathers dust, molds and mildew.
With the help of a trusted company like Home Remodeling Center, you don’t need to stress yourself making the choices for quality materials needed in your bathroom. Similar to being experts in kitchen remodeling, Home Remodeling Center is up-to-date on the newest trends in bathroom renovation.
Our first-rate bathroom designers will make sure that the bathroom style will suit your specific needs and will be completed in the promised timeframe. Home Remodeling Center is the remodeling contractor of choice for bathroom and kitchen remodeling. Call us now at (760) 410-6005 for a free consultation. We serve clients in Carlsbad, Rancho Bernardo, and San Diego, CA.