Aesthetics and practicality are two primary elements to be considered when looking to revamp the look of your bathroom. Two of the major options available when it comes to redoing the floors and walls are tiling and painting. Your particular decision in this sector will depend on several elements, some of which include:
On average, a paint job can cost between $2 and $6 per square foot, including supplies and labor. Tiling, on the other hand, can cost between $12 and $15 per square foot, including labor. You can further lower the costs of a simple application by approaching the project as a DIY, negating labor costs.
Tile installation represents the best option when looking for an effective solution to protect against potential rot and molding. The bathroom tends to experience high levels of moisture frequently and as such the walls might need to be protected against water damage. Paint does a very poor job at this, and the best way of ensuring water doesn’t reach any sensitive sections is through laying tiles, especially around the bath surround.
Tiles will also last longer than a paint job, and low-grade coats can even be more expensive than a tiling project, as they have to be refreshed multiple times. We offer a wide variety of high-quality tiling packages, so call us today! Custom Royal Countertops and Tile, your preferred contractor!