Once you’ve researched the average cost of a kitchen remodel, or the average cost of a bathroom remodel, it will come time to start picking out the specifics. What type of sink do you want? What type of bathtub? What wood will you use for the cabinets? And with all the different options to choose from, it’s important to pick appliances that are durable and will not need replacing anytime soon. That’s why, when it comes to tile, we here at Mihalko’s General Contracting suggest subway tile.
Subway tile has been a staple of kitchen and bath designs since the early 1900s. Whether lining the walls of a countertop, or providing that fresh, clean feel in the shower, subway tiles are tough enough to resist the wear and tear of time and the fading of sunlight. Available vertically, horizontally, or even in a herringbone style, today’s subway tiles range in size, color, and finish giving your room the type of timeless look its been waiting for. And the best part? Of the tiles out there, subway tile is on the more affordable side of the spectrum.
Just ask one of our most recent customers. She chose white subway tile for a polished look in her kitchen against her grey countertops, as well as almond colored subway tile to line her shower.
“In a small house, it was important for me to use looks that were not too overwhelming, yet showed my style. Subway tile was the best choice for me because of its simplicity, yet it gave me the modern look I was hoping for.”
One of the best parts about remodeling your home is being able to pick out all the little details and specifics to match your liking. We here at Mihalko’s General Contracting want you to have what you like, but still make sure that what you’re buying will be worth it. And when you finally have picked out the details of your home renovations and it’s time to get to work, call a contracting family you can trust. Call a contracting company that has been serving the Johnstown PA, Latrobe PA and Altoona PA area for over 34 years. Call Mihalko’s General Contracting for your home contracting needs!