When customers are looking for a bathroom company in Fife, they are generally looking for either a bathroom with wet wall or a bathroom tiled.
Wet wall and tiled bathrooms are very popular.
When it comes to choosing your bathroom wall finishings, tiles might seem like the obvious choice.
However, the wet wall has become more popular in recent years, and you may find that installing a wet wall as an alternative to tiles is an ideal solution to your bathroom needs.
Wet Wall Bathroom Fife
A wet wall panel that will fully waterproof the wall area around your shower, bath, sink or any area that you would ordinarily tile.
The wet wall comes in a variety of sizes and can be cut to your specific needs, are easy to install and do not need to be grouted, making them easy to maintain and keep looking new.
As they are a fairly modern concept, the wet wall looks more at home in a contemporary bathroom suite.
The wet wall comes in a range of styles and finishes, from organic looks such as stone, slate and marble, to more contemporary designs that incorporate elements like glitter.
We have a variety of samples in our office in Thornton that we could let you look at.
Where Would You Use Wet Wall?
This goes without saying, but the most common use for wet wall is in the bathroom.
A great solution for bathrooms which require a material to make the room appear larger, wet wall panels can be easily installed to give an interesting effect in the space you have available.
Pros Of Wet Wall
Wet wall panels also have the ability to reduce condensation in a bathroom; even those in hard water areas.
This means that there’s no danger of condensation ruining the design of your panels.
The wet wall provides a seamless finish that is easy to keep clean due to the lack of grouting required, making them more hygienic and stain resistant
Tiled Bathroom Fife
Tiles, on the other hand, maybe a more suitable choice if your bathroom suite has a traditional or period design.
They require more regular maintenance than shower walls, as grout can harbour mildew and mould.
Ultimately though, well-maintained tiles may last longer than the wet wall.
So Wet Wall Or Tiles?
Wet wall panels are much easier and cheaper to replace than tiles, as well as being less effort to install.
This makes installing a wet wall a great way to update and change the entire look of your bathroom suite.
Depending on your personal tastes, the rest of the look of your suite and the amount of money and effort you are willing to put into decorating your bathroom, there is no real right or wrong answer.
Wet wall or tiles, the choice is yours.
Get in touch today for a quote as we can offer both services for you.