Eco-Friendly Bathroom Tile Remodels Done The Right Way


Employing a bathroom tile installation company with no experience or qualifications can lead to a big catastrophe with your remodel. One piece of tile placed incorrectly can throw off the look and alignment of the entire area being remodeled. In addition, grout that is not sealed correctly, can lead to water damage on the floor, countertop, baseboard, & walls. A professional bathroom tile contractor with eco-friendly product knowledge will take the necessary steps to avoid these mishaps.


There are many eco-friendly materials & products a company can use to tile a bathroom. Certain types of tile use different applications, adhesives, grout, & other materials to install them properly. That being the case, it is important to hire a bathroom tile contractor with the knowledge to make these choices. Generally a company with many years experience in the industry, that has worked with every type of tile available on the market, should poses the knowledge to make these choices.


Here are a couple choices of popular environmental friendly tiles used for bathroom remodel’s. Porcelain is a great choice because it has a hard density and will not absorb water easily, which makes it easy to clean. If you want to use a natural stone tile, marble, quartz, or granite make for great choices. Just make sure to ask your bathroom contractor how to properly clean these types of tile with a softer density. You want to make sure to avoid any type of algae issues, other than that natural stone tile are absolutely beautiful!


Before hiring a bathroom tile contractor, do yourself a favor and research the companies in your area. Use the internet to search for experienced installers, look at social sites that display reviews for local companies, and search for sites that show testimonials on remodel projects that completed in the past. Companies that have a website usually offer reviews and testimonials from their clients. Following these steps will help you find a business with a proven track record.


If you want to go a step farther, drive around the area you live in and look for construction sites and developments. Take a minute and ask who the general contractor is for the project. If you ask around enough you will start to hear the same names being mentioned. These are the contractors you want to use. It might cost you a little more, and you might have to wait a little longer to get your remodel done, but most likely it will be worth the wait, and you will have an environmental friendly custom tiled bathroom.


Using the best quality products, no matter which type of tile you pick, is step number one. Finding a professional eco-friendly bathroom tile contractor who provides quality workmanship on every single project, no matter how big or small, is step number two. Finally, step number three is to learning to properly clean your tile. Following these three steps will help you feel confident, and hopefully result in a successful remodel. So good luck, and enjoy planting your carbon footprint in your home!