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Your Guide to Building an (Almost) Indestructible Bathroom

No other room in your home is subjected to as much use as your bathroom. After all, the average American (regardless of gender) spends about eight minutes in the shower everyday, and that’s just for a quick rinse. Needless to say, the bathroom takes a substantial beating and should be built to withstand heavy use. This post from bathroom remodeling company DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler discusses the sturdiest materials to choose to create an almost-indestructible bathroom.

Engineered Stone Countertops

If you desire the elegance of marble minus the hassle of regular maintenance, an engineered stone countertop is the way to go. Resistant to mold, bacteria, stains, water damage and just about any bathroom moisture-related problem out there, the material requires no sealing finish, to boot.

Steel Sink

A stainless steel bathroom sink might not sound too appealing, but wait until you hear about its many advantages. For one, it’s resistant to heat so you don’t have to worry about it burning under a curling iron that’s plugged in. If you’re still not sold on the idea of a stainless steel sink, try consulting your bathroom remodeling contractor about your other design options.

Tile Flooring

Tile is one of the most commonly-used bathroom flooring materials, and for good reason. It can hold up extremely well to moisture and it comes in various designs. Elevate the look and indestructibility of your bathroom by choosing glazed porcelain tile flooring.

Tempered Glass Shower Door

For a stunning and sturdy shower door, go with tempered glass that is at least ⅜-inch thick. Thick tempered glass is stronger and will last longer than lightweight doors no matter how often the shower is used.

Let’s Create a Beautiful & Durable Bathroom

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler is a company that can provide services such as a bathroom countertop remodel and other bathroom renovation projects. Contact us at (903) 253-0165 to schedule an appointment.

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