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Updated on Nov 14, 2019

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Water and high moisture levels in the bathroom can make the area more prone to falls. As such, it is only sane to install non-slip bathroom tiles while building or renovating your home. Safety should be the number one priority when it comes to choosing the right tiles for the bathroom and other rooms that have high moisture content levels. The next thing you would like to consider includes style and your budget.
The good news is, tiles come in a variety of options. In this article, we are going to look at some of the best bathroom tiles that provide non-slip properties.

Ceramic/Porcelain tile

Ceramic and porcelain tiles are one of the best bathroom flooring options in the market. They also have variations of tiles that look like wood.

As much as they create a smooth surface, the likelihood of slips is slim to none.

However, to be safer and more cautious due to their smooth texture, manufacturers are offering clients a slip-resistant option.

For those who want to further decrease the chances of slips and falls, a mat or carpet could be added to the flooring.

Non-slip Vinyl Flooring

Non-slip vinyl flooring is perhaps one of the best options for your bathroom. The reason being, they are specifically designed to offer slip resistance in wet or moisture-filled areas.

Another upside to this type of flooring is its maintenance. Vinyl flooring is very easy to maintain. It is stain-resistance and does not get damaged when exposed to water. They are also more affordable.

No flooring option is 100% slip-resistant. However, with vinyl flooring, your probability of falls is very low. But in case of a fall, vinyl flooring has built-n padding minimizing the amount of damage you are likely to suffer after the fall.

During installation, go for vinyl tiles that have more underlayment as this is what will offer extra padding.

Last but not least, go for vinyl flooring that simulates wood, ceramics, or other flooring types to create a matching and trendy look in your bathroom.

Rubber Flooring

Rubber flooring is not the first choice that comes to mind when considering flooring options. This is because not many people are comfortable with the way it looks and feels under the feet.

However, when it comes to slip resistance, it is one of the better options in the market; especially for the elderly. Even when it gets wet, it does not become slick.

Besides, when you happen to accidentally fall, rubber flooring has great padding to it and you will rarely get seriously injured.

On the flip side, rubber flooring is very expensive. Also, it has limited designs and features.

All in all, there are times when all you need to do to create an anti-slip bathroom environment is add a few flooring accessories.

For instance, anti-fatigue mats that are common in commercial settings can be used to help minimize slips and falls.

Scout around different stalls to learn about the different types of anti-slip products in the market. However, any product that boasts anti-slip properties is only as good as its manufacturer, material, and installation.
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