When you are building a new home or renovating an existing one, trust your friends and acquaintances to come up with some brilliant suggestions; half of which may not be practical. However, you have to keep weighing the pros and cons of each of these suggestions before taking the final decision. In this post, we will consider if we should tile around or under a toilet.
During my many years of experience in bathroom remodeling, I have been convinced many times that improper protection of a bathtub during construction works can be very expensive. It is definitely worth spending a little time to secure it in the right way so that the rest of the work proceeds in an efficient and professional manner.
When it comes to western toilets, the topic of whether they should be caulked or not has been a divisive one for many years. Both homeowners, DIY-ers and plumbers have debated about its usage and despite lengthy debates, it still ends up being divisive among many people. So let's consider whether the toilet should be caulked or not.
Installing tiles is a complicated task that requires a good amount of time and effort. There are so many factors to consider to ensure that you don't damage the surface or install them incorrectly. Even the smallest mistake might lead to costly repercussions, especially if we want to install tiles on drywall.
In this article, we are going to answer your question of whether you should tile the bathroom walls or paint the walls, and also go through the pros, cons, and costs of all the various other options available to you.