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Did you know that Multipanel bathroom wall panels are completely waterproof? In this blog post, we explain why your bathroom walls don't need to be tiled.Order samples
No, it doesn’t have to be. Traditionally, tiles are used in wet areas of a bathroom (around the bath and within the shower enclosure) as a means to waterproof walls but there are now alternative materials to add a decorative, waterproofing to bathroom walls.
Traditional ceramic tiles (or more specifically the grouting between the tiles) can, over time, discolour and crack providing the perfect environment for mould to work its way into the wonderful space you have worked so hard to create.
Advances made in the design and build quality of waterproof wall panels in recent years has helped make them a stylish and modern alternative to tiles for many savvy home decorators. In addition to being hard wearing and durable, waterproof bathroom wall panels from the brand leader, Multipanel, offer the following advantages over tiles:
Whilst good looks might be your primary consideration, you should also check out the integrity of the waterproof panel prior to making a final choice. Watch out: not all shower panels are created equally.
Shower panels must combine beauty, waterproofing and durability. With Multipanel, the most advanced design and manufacturing techniques are utilised to meet these quality criteria. Bathroom Wall Panels in the Tile, Pure, Linda Barker, Contemporary and Classic collections use hard-wearing bonded high-pressure laminate. This provides structural integrity, providing a completely waterproof finish that's backed by a 30-year guarantee.
All panels in the Tile, Pure, Linda Barker, Contemporary and Classic collections come with the option of the unique Hydrolock® wall panel joining system which gives your bathroom design a virtually seamless beautiful watertight finish.