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Best Bathroom Flooring Options Available

November 5, 2019

 

By upgrade your bathroom floor, you can easily change its look. Bathroom floors have their own special criteria: safety, waterproofing capacity, style and looks etc. Here are some of the best time-tested bathroom flooring options:

 

1. Ceramic or Porcelain Tile:


Ceramic tile is the best of all universes for bathroom flooring, as it is waterproof, snappy, and financially savvy. 

However, would it be a good idea for you to pick porcelain or ceramic tile? Let's see:


Pros: 


a)  Since there are a significant variety of tiles available in the market, you can create the exact floor you need. You can even find an earthenware tile that resembles wood or stone. 

 

b) From square and rectangular to octagonal and hexagonal almost all sizes and shapes are available. 

You can be as creative as you want with Small mosaic tiles as they have pre-mounted on plastic mesh sheets on them. 

 

c)  The best part is they are easy to clean and can endure any amount of water. 

 

Cons: 

 

a) Become very cold in winter. Well, you can use a heated tile underneath them!!

 

b) Wet ceramic tiles are incredibly slippery. Although you can choose less slippery textured options. 

 

2. Vinyl Sheet: 

 

With sensible great looks and incomparable common sense, vinyl has been a well-known decision for bathroom flooring for quite a long time. 

 

Sheet vinyl flooring is your best alternative if an extraordinary amount of water is normal, for example, in kids' bathrooms. We will see some good thing and bad thing about Vinyl Sheets:

 

Pros:

 
a) There are a lot of options are available because of their huge popularity. 

 

Cons: 

 

a) It is very difficult to make a seamless floor as it creates gaps. Require professional to do it. 

 

3. Natural Stone:

 

Natural stone is a decent decision for a bathroom, as long as you bear its cost. There are few dampness issues with marble, rock, limestone, and the other stone ground surface alternatives. Let's find out some advantages and disadvantages of Nature Stone:

 

Pros: 

 

a) Natural stone is hard, sturdy, and tastefully satisfying. 

Easy to resale with better value.

 

Cons: 

 

a) Like Ceramic Tiles, they also become very chilly during winter and very slippery too.

b) One of the major issues is they are very costly. 

 

4. Engineered Wood: 

 

Engineered wood is superior to anything strong wood under high dampness conditions because of its dimensional dependability.

 

Pros:
 

a) Mostly comes with a plywood base. So it can easily stand against damp weather. 

b) Plus plywood gives a wooden look and feel.

 

Cons: 
a) Any type of wooden product is vulnerable in a bathroom.
 
5. Floating Wood Tile: 

 

Laminate flooring is close to pitching impregnated paper on a wood chip base. The surface of a laminate board is really a photo of natural elements. Shockingly, Laminate floor is a better flooring option on any type of hardwood. 

 

Pros: 

a) Increase the beauty of your washroom and seamed perfectly. 

b) Easy to clean

 

Cons: 

 

a) Vulnerable to water. Any contact of water can create a bubble on top. 

b) Waterproof Laminate flooring is yet to come. 

 

If you are still confused about your bathroom's flooring option, you can contact us for professional solutions. 

 

 

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