Backsplash for the Bathroom

Adding backsplash in your bathroom is important because water tends to cause damage when it is allowed to sit or soak into materials. The purpose of backsplash is to avoid water damage to materials on walls or cabinets.

There are several good reasons to install backsplash around your bathroom sinks, showers, and tubs.


Backsplash Preserves the Walls

We all know how water can ruin walls or cabinets. Paint helps, but in most cases it is not enough. The simple step to add a backsplash will provide greater protection.

Backsplashing the Sink

Around the Sink

Backsplash is an Upgrade

Many things contribute to the value of your home. Often small things add much more value to your home than they cost to install. It’s worth the small expense and a little of your time to backsplash your bathrooms.

Backsplashing the Tub

Around the Tub

Backsplash is Affordable

If your home is newly constructed, it is likely the builders already installed backsplash in the bathrooms and kitchen.  But often the areas needing protection are merely painted. You need to determine whether or not this upgrade is necessary. Fear not! The cost and is very low, and the labor is minimal.

The cost and effort associated with installing side backsplash pieces are minimal. All you need to do to install countertop backsplash is apply a little adhesive to the back of the backsplash pieces and press them in place up against the wall.

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The large home improvement stores like Lowes and Home Depot carry everything you need to successfully complete this project. Also there is an abundance of YouTube videos showing step-by-step instructions on how to do it. The effort will pay for itself two-fold: it will add beauty to your home, and it will increase the value of your home. Go for it!