Where Can I Get A Slip Resistant Tile For My Adelaide Bathroom?

Slip Resistant Tiles For My Adelaide Bathroom

When it comes to choosing the perfect tile for your new bathroom or bathroom renovation, it can be easy to get caught up with the look of the bathroom tile and how it will fit into the aesthetics of your Adelaide home. However, while looks are important, something that is equally important is choosing flooring that has slip resistance. Failing to select a tile that has any slip resistance rating will leave you compromising the safety of yourself and your family.

At Aurees Tiles, we have an extensive range of bathroom tiles that will provide you with slip resistance protection, while also maintaining style and high quality. Keep reading to discover more about which tiles will offer you the best slip resistance:

First of All, What is Slip Resistance?

Slip resistance may be simple and obvious, but it is crucial that you have a good understanding of slip resistance for your bathroom tiles and how it will work for you. Slipping and tripping are responsible for one in three non-fatal injuries. With spillages being such a common health risk, especially in bathrooms, it is highly essential that your flooring professional or salesperson ensures that all of their floorings fit your purpose. At Aurees Tiles, you can rest assured that we have a slip-resistant bathroom tile solution for you.

A slip-resistant tile has a specific purpose; to prevent slipping. These tiles range from everyday residential use and commercial environments.

Slip Resistance Ratings

When it comes to slipping resistance, the ratings correspond with either footwear or barefoot slip resistance measures.

Barefoot: Wet floorings in areas of the home, such as bathroom tiles go through testing with bare feet. From here it is rating from A (the lowest) through to C (the highest). Australian standards state that swimming pool surfaces should have a B rating, whereas bathroom tiles should have a C rating.

Other tiled areas such as commercial kitchens are tested using footwear. It is to measure the slip rating when in contact with shoe and common causes of slips in the home such a soap, grease and water.

Always Seek Advice

When installing a new bathroom tile, it is essential to seek advice from your chosen flooring expert to ensure you are making the right choice. At Aurees Tiles, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with industry knowledge that is backed by experience to ensure that your bathroom tiles are as safe and slip resistant as possible.

Get in contact or visit Aurees Tiles today!