If you are renovating, updating or replacing your bathroom flooring there are many factors to take into consideration: it needs to be easy to clean, comfortable to walk on, complement your chosen style, waterproof, slip-resistant, cost effective and last! With all of these things to think about, we list each flooring type along with their pros and cons for fitting into a bathroom setting. Hopefully this will give you a good indication on what kind of surface is best for you and your bathroom.
Keep your bathroom well ventilated when running a bath or having a shower - either open a window or use an extractor fan to help get rid of moisture in the air
Ensure any water spillage is cleaned up straight away to avoid mold growth or damage to your floor
Use bathroom matts where you can - these are great for soaking up water when stepping out of the bath
Check your shower curtain or screen doesn’t let any water trickle passed unnoticed
It’s a good idea to occasionally check for any leaking plumbing as this can lead to big problems if gone unnoticed
We hope you found this article helpful, and have a better idea of what is the best type of flooring for a bathroom. If you’re looking for more ideas and inspiration, head over to our Flooring Ideas & Advice hub for more helpful articles and guides to help you with your project.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this page is intended as an overall introduction and is not intended as specific advice from a qualified professional. Travis Perkins aims to avoid, but accepts no liability, in the case that any information stated is out of date.
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