Tiled bathrooms are today more or less standard. Tiles are light-cleaned, beautiful and can be combined in a variety of varieties. Tile is also a durable material that can withstand wear and tear. The cost of tiling is, in itself, more expensive than adding a plastic mat, but given the importance of the bathroom for our people, there are many who choose tiles anyway.
The floor in a bathroom are often made of veneers or tiles of natural stone. The tiles are more compact and durable than the tiles, and are much less slippery when wet. A beautiful alternative to the slightly larger clinker and natural stone slabs is mosaic. Mosaics are often used on the walls, but are excellent on floors. It's important to choose a floor that does not get wet when it's wet, and if children use the bathroom, it's important to find a floor that is easy to clean.
A heated heat source in the bathroom is underfloor heating. There is waterborne underfloor heating as well as electric loops to choose from. In a house with water-borne heat, the water-borne floor slings are a given alternative. In houses with other heating, it is easiest to install electricity. The experience of a warm tile floor is a pleasure.
The walls can be clad with tiles, vowels or natural stone. The most common are glazed tiles, as they are the easiest to clean and give beautiful light reflections. They can be single colored, patterned and in a variety of sizes. Here you can really choose and wreck. In the trade there are different tiles in all price ranges. The quality of tiles can vary a part. The cheapest tile options can be very fragile and porous, and do not withstand the stresses that can arise when the bathroom is used.
In the shower room, if not occupied by a shower cubicle, it is extra important a non-slip floor. It is also important that the floor here has a fall towards the well so that the water drain will be good. A nice touch may be to stick with a different color in which the shower enclosures should be installed. It gives a divided and nice impression. Bath tub is sometimes tucked in, and it can give a bathroom an extra lift. Joints and angles are important details in creating a proper tile around the bathtub. A grille in a suitable place provides ventilation under the bathtub and serves as an inspection hatch for the well under the bathtub.
The choice of tiles and tiles in a bathroom is primarily subjective. Feel free to focus on a theme, such as a style, a color or a pattern, and follow it throughout the room so that everything becomes a harmonious device. Choose with care. The tiles and vowels will be in place for a long time, giving the dominant impression of the bathroom. Bright colors and large plates give a sense of air and space, dark tiles and mosaics create a denser atmosphere. Also, keep in mind that the color of the joints affects how a wall or floor unfolds. Choose a light or dark joint according to taste.
Fitting the tiles and tiles in a bathroom must be done properly to work well and be durable. It may be good to hire a skilled worker to perform the job, although it may be an additional cost in an already expensive renovation. This work is deductible according to ROT.
Rules can be changed, so always visit the Tax Agency's website skatteverket.se. There is detailed information about what services are included in the root deduction.