Tiled Drains – Pros and Cons

Tiled drains are drains that will not have the grate on the inside but on the outside. The section on the outside of the drain will take in all the water from your wet room but still provide you with a stylish finish. Below we cover the pros and cons of tiled drains.

Tiled Drains – Pros and Cons

Pros of Tiled Drains

  • Feature floor tiles look seamless
  • Can match into most bathroom tapware
  • Easier to keep clean
  • Look stunning
Tiled Shower Drains

Cons of Tiled Drains

  • Cost more to buy
  • More prep work with floor tile finish
  • Extra grout
  • Can be less drainage
Tiled Bathroom Drains Pros and Cons

Tiled drains are the future of bathroom drainage. People love them and the reason is due to the ever growing amount of different bathroom tapware finishes they are pretty neutral and often when you renovate a bathroom you don’t want people looking at your floor you want them looking at your beautiful expensive vanity!.

Tiled Shower Drains Pros and Cons

For a break down and rating of different bathroom wastes just CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW

Also we cover strip drain for your shower space and the pros & cons, CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW

It’s important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice. If you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia just email us at smallbathroomrenovations@gmail.com

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