When it comes to bathroom renovations, we can help you to make your ideas a reality! When doing home improvements, bathroom renovations will require a lot of attention. Taking into account the bathrooms are small in space, its renovation becomes a very precise work.
What we can do:
- Bathtub replacement (as an alternative is the Bathtub Refinishing )
- Bathtub restoration
- Bathtub surround at your choice
- Various types of flooring (laminate, hardwood, vinyl, SPC planks)
- Painting (walls, ceiling)
- Installation of bathroom furniture, toilet, sink, bathroom vanity
- Plumbing, replacement of faucets, taps
- Garbage removal
- Replacement of light fixtures
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Use of porcelain tiles
It will help to create the style, not overloading the space. For smaller spaces, it will be beneficial to use light colours while for spacey rooms you can choose darker colours. Another trend in bathroom design is to use geometrical patterns made from tiles. This decision is for those who would like to add visual variety. If you follow fashion – wood grain tiles will be for you.
Porcelain tile is more brittle and may require the experienced hand of an experienced tile-setter to cut properly. A wet tile saw is the recommended tool for cutting porcelain, while an inexpensive snap cutter generally works fine with porcelain tile.
Why is SLIM LARGE SIZE PORCELAIN TILE better than ceramic tiles?
Ceramic tiles are commonly used in bathroom and kitchen renovations. This product has a lot of benefits but as well a lot disadvantages. SLIM LARGE SIZE PORCELAIN TILES have all the benefits of ceramic tiles and eliminate all of the problems of ceramic tiles.
The benefits of Porcelain tiles :
— Very long lifetime
— Scratch resistant
— Resistant to most cleaning products
— Colour does not change or fade over time
— Strong and practical material
The problems of ceramic tiles :
— Small size
— Too thick
— Many grout lines
— During a bathtub surround update, the old tile has to be removed
Our system of installation of this SLIM LARGE SIZE PORCELAIN TILES took in all the benefits and removed all the insufficiencies of ceramic tile.
Large Size Porcelain tile is installed using similar methods. Tiles are adhered to an underlayment of densshild using a mortar-based thin-set adhesive. Once the tiles are set, the joints between tiles are filled with mortar-based grout, which is sealed against moisture once it dries.
There are slight differences in how ceramic tile and porcelain tile are handled, based on their differing densities.
Large size porcelain tiles are very durable building materials, provided they are well cared for.
Large size Porcelain tile is a harder substance and wears better than ceramic tile, but its hardness can also make it more susceptible to cracking under structural shifting in a building.
Using Large size Porcelain Tiles for Bathtub surround can be lifetime surfaces if they are properly maintained.
Since it isn’t very thick and is lightweight the Slim porcelain panel can be installed on old tiles (if the condition of the tile allows to do it). It shortens the time taken to install, has no dust, dirt of demolition of old tiles.
Canadian Prime Solutions Inc. offers Large Size Porcelain Tiles for your Bathtub surround, Kithen becksplash and much more
Height 1200 mm/48” Width: 600 mm/24”
Height 1800 mm/71” Width 900 mm/36”
Height 800 mm/32” Width 400 mm/16”
Backer materials for wall-tile
Densshield, commonly sold under trade names such as Durock, Hardiebacker, Kerdi Board and WonderBoard, is now the standard underlayment used for ceramic, porcelain, or stone tile laid with thinset mortar adhesive.
Densshield is used for most floor tile and has all but replaced plywood and drywall backer materials for wall-tile applications in wet areas like shower and tub surrounds.
Densshield forms a durable, stable base for tile, and it has no organic materials, so it is not prone to mold, rot, shrinkage, or decomposition due to moisture. Porcelain tile laid over cement board is one of the most durable floor or wall surfaces you can install.
For highly wet areas, such as showers and bathtub surrounds, Densshield typically is attached directly over the wall studs, although the studs may be covered with an intervening moisture membrane. Some Densshield products may not require the underlying membrane if the seams are properly waterproofed. In such wet areas, never install Densshield directly over drywall or green board. Instead, first, remove the existing surface material, then install the Densshield over the studs and membrane, as applicable.