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Bathroom Floor a Different Height? A Bathroom Saddle Is A Simple Solution

Unexpected complications can arise in any bathroom remodel, so it's important to be prepared for anything. If you replace your bathroom floor only to discover that it and the floor of the adjacent room have different heights, be prepared to let your bathroom saddle help you transition smoothly from one level to the next.more

Cleaning DuraBath SSP Material

Everyone loves a freshly remodeled bathroom, especially with Durabath SSP surfaces. Appliances are shining, glass sparkling and tile gleaming. However, over time, any bathroom will accumulate soap scum, dust, and hard water stains without regular cleaning. Basic cleaning will maintain most of your bathroom, but some of our products, like our unique DuraBath® SSP Material, requires special care.more

5 Bathroom Features Worth Investing In

There are many ways to save money during a bathroom remodel, but don't make the mistake of sacrificing quality in the wrong places, like heavily used bathroom features. It's worthwhile to invest in a bathroom that will last. When remodeling your bathroom, be sure to provide an adequate budget for these necessary bathroom features so you don't find yourself paying for replacements or repairs in the near future.more

5 Features to Cut Your Bathroom Remodeling Cost

Are you trying to keep your bathroom remodeling cost low? Budgeting is an important part of a bathroom remodel. Keep to your budget while creating the bathroom of your dreams by considering these 5 bathroom features you may be spending too much on.more

Bathroom Threshold or Saddle Materials

During bathroom remodeling, its exciting to select your favorite bathroom flooring from the huge variety available, but have you thought about how the bathroom floor will connect to the adjacent room? Most often, a bathroom floor is tile, while the connecting room is either wood or carpet. For a beautiful transition, a bathroom saddle (also known as a bathroom threshold or even an interior threshold) is necessary.more

Decorating the Bathroom for Easter

Because Easter is celebrated the first Sunday after the first full moon that comes after the vernal equinox, this year Easter is in March! As soon as those shamrocks are put away, it's time to decorate! If you love spreading holiday cheer throughout your entire home, be sure to read more about decorating the bathroom for Easter.more

How Long Do These Common Bathroom Products Last?

Bulk sales and birthdays can quickly lead to the accumulation of bathroom products, from Bathroom Productslotions and perfumes, to shampoos and toothpastes. But how long are these common bathroom products really good for, and when is it time to swap them out? Not all products come with an expiration date.more

The First Step To Remodel A Bathroom

If you are planning to remodel a bathroom, you're probably feeling excited, nervous, and just a little overwhelmed. Where do you begin when designing and implementing the bathroom of your dreams?more

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