Bathroom remodeling can be a significant investment, so of course you want results that last. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen can recommend some of the most durable bathroom components you’ll ever find. Bring them together and you can count on an (almost) indestructible bathroom!
Stainless Steel Sinks
No longer relegated to kitchens, stainless steel sinks are stain- and corrosion-resistant. They can also stand up to hot curling irons (unlike their acrylic counterparts), and won’t chip or dent like porcelain if you drop something heavy on them. If you’re inspired by industrial chic while installing a bathroom vanity, they will fit in nicely with the aesthetic.
Engineered Stone Countertops
Engineered stone can mimic the appearance of marble and other stone materials but is non-porous, so it can resist stains, water damage and even mold and bacteria to stay beautiful and keep your family healthy. It also won’t require sealing, making it easy to care for.
Glazed Porcelain Tile Floors
Unlike laminates and other porous flooring options, glazed porcelain tiles don’t hold water. They are nearly stain-proof too, holding up well even with the constant water exposure that bathrooms experience. Best of all, they don’t require sealing.
Tempered Glass Shower Doors
Tempered glass is actually more of a safety feature, but it also looks good, complementing modern and contemporary aesthetics with crystal-clear panels. Tempered glass shower doors from top bathroom contractors are also easy to clean, needing no more than a good wiping to stay pristine.
Cast Iron Tub
If you get one, it’s probably going to be the toughest item in your house. Cast iron tubs have heft, so you may have to check if you’ll need added floor supports, but it won’t scratch, chip or dent — unlike porcelain, acrylic and fiberglass.
For a bathroom that lasts, just give DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Southern Lakes a call. With top-quality products and expert workmanship, we can give you a bathroom worthy of your investment. To learn more about what we can do for you, just give us a call at (262) 923-8721 or fill out our online contact form and we’ll get back to you right away. Start a conversation with us today!