Whether located within our residential homes, or in our workplaces, or in buildings and commercial enterprises that are open to the public; there is certain to be a bathroom of some sort or another in all these places. However, we do tend to be a little vague when referring to bathrooms and we might mean anything from a small toilet to a room containing a huge bathtub.
However, a feature that many (if not most) of these bathrooms share is that they will be likely to contain some tiles. These can be placed on their walls, or on their floors, or both. These tiles do not really make the bathroom more functional but they do play an important part in maintaining essential bathroom hygiene.
Hygiene Plus Prestige
Any bathroom, no matter its location and actual function, could have a plain wood or concrete floor and bare, plastered walls. You could still use it for its intended purpose but, in general, bathroom surfaces have a tendency to get wet – either from direct spillage or, from condensation as warm water vapor cools down on contact with the surface. It is fairly easy to wipe away the moisture on a bathroom mirror but, not so easy from bare walls and floor.
Covering the surfaces with paint might make them a little easier to mop up but this would not be an ideal solution; particularly as the moisture might well contain bacteria or other unhealthy “bugs”. Something easy to clean and resistant to detergents and antiseptic disinfectants would seem a more logical and safer way to add a protective covering to the floors and walls of all bathrooms. This could be even better if the chosen covering improves the attractiveness of the bathroom.
Some people do put heavy duty carpet tiles on their bathroom floors but, personally, I find these too absorbent and easily stained to be satisfactory. Vinyl tiles go a long way towards removing such misgivings but they do tend to present a somewhat cheap looking appearance. Wooden floor coverings look nice but, again, are they really hygienic in a bathroom?
To Me, There Is Only One Answer
By using Bathroom Tiles In Brooklyn, water will not seep into the floors and walls and tiles can be quickly mopped dry or cleaned. Also, most tiles are stain proof and completely resistant to all commonly used cleaning chemicals.
Additionally, because Bathroom Tiles For Brooklyn are readily available in a huge range of sizes, types, colors and designs, anyone can use creative skills to ensure a pleasant appearance to any bathroom. Tiles are also fairly quick and easy to apply to both the walls and the floor of your bathroom in Brooklyn.
Whether you shop online or go direct to their showrooms, the best selection of bathroom tiles for Brooklyn can be found at Italian Tile NYC. You can browse their website or visit them in person at 1958 Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11223.
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