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    best bathroom tiles for durability and cleaning


    I’d like to have new tiles fitted to my bathroom. What are the best types/materials I should go for when looking for durability? Our previous bathroom tiles developed a lot of problems over the years and we’re looking to replace them as they seem beyond repair at this point. We’d like tiles that are easy to maintain/clean and that are durable. What would you recommend?

    Asked by Patrick on 16th Aug 2020
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    C Grant Tiling Ltd

    "Hi there
    Personally speaking Perclain tiles they might be a bit more expensive but they will do the job..."

    Answered on 16th Aug 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report

    "Polished porcelain tiles would be a good choice of tile,they're very durable and the polish make them very easy to keep clean.Also they are a good choice if working on a budget.hope you find this helpful"

    Answered on 16th Aug 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    Wolverhampton home improvement

    "You want porcelain tiles for walls and non slip for floors
    Porcelain tiles are easy to clean using soap and warm water.
    Floor tiles use non slip always due to water/moisture causing falls slips ect"

    Answered on 16th Aug 2020 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Tiler Near Me


    All tiles ease to maintain and clean. The biggest problem is with grout joints. The material must be chosen not the cheapest anti-mould one. Then light colours in time will become yellowish or greyish so you can choose right that colour. And tiles must be instaled by all standards with a waterproof membrane and on floor anti-cracking matt apply before tiles hoes on.
    Hope it helps, if you need professional tiling service please do not hesitate to get in touch.
    Thank you"

    Answered on 17th Dec 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report

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