NEW JERSEY REMODELING CONTRACTORS – Bathroom Tiling Tips

Are you interested in hiring a New Jersey Remodeling Contractors to your bathroom tiling renovation. If so there are many ways to improve your bathroom without having to remove the entire bathroom and start from scratch. One way is to have your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors install new tiling around your existing tub.

If your bathroom needs to be freshened up, have your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors remove the tiling around your tub and reinstall new tiling. This can be done if your existing tub is in good condition. If it isn’t in good condition, you have a few choices. You can have your tub refaced professionally or you can have a plumber reinstall a new tub for you.

After you decide to have just your tile changed in your tub area,  your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will remove the existing tile and the sheetrock underneath. Your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will clean the wall area down to the wall studs in and around the original tile area only while the tub is in place.

After the wall area is clean, your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will reinstall the necessary insulation if needed and then a water resistant wall board will be installed. Now your tub area is ready for the new tile installation. You will choose a style or pattern for your tiling installation. Your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will install the tile in most case either in a square or diagonal pattern.

By applying the necessary glue to the wall area, your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will install each tile one by one to the wall area. When he gets to the wall ends, he will cut the last pieces to fit and repeat the process for the next wall. Once the wall have dried, usually by the next day, your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors will come back and apply a grout to the tile joints. Each joint will be filled level with the tile. The grout will be washed and cleaned with a damp sponge until the wall is wiped clean. Your tub area now has new tile walls.

You may want to have your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors apply a grout sealant to the tile so the tile will be more resistant to staining or discoloring.

If you have any questions, contact your New Jersey Remodeling Contractors.

 

 

 

 

AUTHOR INFORMATION:
Author:
Mr. David Pangione
Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.
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