Choosing Between Shower Inserts and Tiled Showers

If you’ve decided to update a shower in your New England home, the first—and most important—decision you need to make is whether you want a tiled shower or a shower insert. While tiled showers used to dominate in terms of visual appeal, the decision is now tougher because prefabricated shower inserts aren’t the single-colored pieces of plastic you may have seen in a hotel in the past. Modern advancements have led to the development of shower inserts that are made from long-lasting materials, require little maintenance, and are as stylish as any tile shower.

Tile Showers

Constructed on site by carpenters and other craftsmen, tile showers are decidedly more expensive, require custom components, and need to be cleaned regularly to prevent mold and mildew growth in grout lines. While many people find the look of tile more aesthetically pleasing, each individual needs to decide if the time needed for proper care is worth it.

Shower Inserts From NEWPRO

NEWPRO offers the Kohler® LuxStone shower, which can be custom designed for your bathroom and features 70% crushed marble wall panels and a seamless system that gets rid of the spaces where mold and mildew like to grow. The LuxStone shower can also be customized to fit your preferences with your choice of an adjustable shower locker, a movable seat, floating shelves, and an optional shower wand. What’s more, LuxStone shower walls are durable, require little maintenance, and come in a variety of patterns, colors, and modern matte finishes.

If you are interested in having a LuxStone shower installed in your New England home, contact NEWPRO today to schedule a consultation.

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