Monthly Archives: January 2016

Now You Really Can Have the Best for Less.

diy kitYou’ve been waiting for ages to redo your bathroom/shower, but you just couldn’t seem to find a way to fit it into the budget. First one thing, then another seemed to take priority. Well, what if you could afford to go forward with your bath/shower remodel and have a creative adventure in the process? In other words, get what you want, get it done fast, fit it into your budget and — do it yourself.

Sound overwhelming? Don’t worry, it isn’t. In fact, in just a couple of days after receiving your complete DIY kit, you can have a sparkling new updated bath/shower. There’s even an easy, ‘how to’ video that comes with the kit.

By doing it yourself, you can afford to select some of the most beautiful, natural stone ever created by Mother Nautre. These are seamless panels that come, pre-measured and ready to be installed. No grout is needed like with traditional bathroom tile. That means no mold and mildew to contend with, so cleaning is a snap!

You’ve been patient, waiting for the right solution to come along; one that you can afford and one that is beautiful and uncomplicated. Well, congratulations, your waiting is over. Call today and let’s get started.

Beware of Household Enemies: Mold and Mildew

Is there anything better than a pristine, sparkling bathroom and shower? From the clean, fresh smell to the glistening, mold-and-mildew-free shower tile, this kind of clean goes a long way. The awful truth about mold and mildew is that besides being smelly and ugly, they are also potentially bad for your health.

mold and mildewMold and mildew are both types of fungi; typically, mold is black or green, and mildew is gray or white. Mold tends to grows on food, and mildew is an issue on damp surfaces, like bathroom walls, basement walls, or fabrics. Mold grows in the form of multicellular filaments or hyphae, while mildew has flat growth. Mildew is often referred to as a kind of mold, or mold in its early stages.

While not always harmful, inhaling or touching mold or mildew can cause both minor and serious symptoms in some people. Breathing in too much mold or mildew can cause allergies and even contribute to the development of asthma. Symptoms include watery and itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing, nausea, fatigue, headaches and trouble breathing.

Don’t be dismayed if you find yourself with a mold and mildew problem in your bath/shower. The good news is there is an affordable, natural solution. Instead of grouted tile, you can have solid, seamless, grout-free walls in your shower made of beautiful, natural stone. You have patterns and colors from which to choose and accessories to add the finishing touch.

What better time than now, at the start of an exciting new year, to create a bath/shower update that will add beauty, freshness and value to your home? Let’s get started!