Simple Ways Acrylic Works for Your Home

February 13, 2019

Having your bathroom remodeling can be challenging even if you’re not the one ripping up the tile. You need to decide on what fixtures and items you want to keep, what to get rid of, what material bathtub and shower you need, or if you even need a bathtub or shower. A big question homeowners face when remodeling is tile versus acrylic. Acrylic bathroom remodeling is a great way to increase the value of your living and make your house a home, and here’s why.

A woman relaxing in a bathtub


Acrylic fixtures are cost effective, cleaning effective, and safety effective. Remodeling a bathroom isn’t always on the top of a homeowners list, especially when it doesn’t add much to your return on investment, but with acrylic fixtures you can get a luxury feel for an affordable cost.

Acrylic material is easy to clean. The material is scratch and stain resistant, which means that it shouldn’t get too dirty, and it doesn’t get damaged as badly as other material would. Because of this, your acrylic pieces are built to last, and built for an easy cleaning.

Because an acrylic piece is more durable and easier to clean than other materials, they’re likely safer for the people in your home. The ease of cleaning and the already durable material blend together in a nice meld of safety for everyone in your home.


Acrylic material retains heat. This means that your morning shower would be a lot warmer with acrylic rather than tile. Acrylic material is also scratch resistant, as mentioned before, which means that there won’t be any pesky little divots in your bathtub or any acrylic fixture in your bathroom.

Acrylic fixtures are mold and mildew resistant as well, which is very important for young children and vulnerable adults who may be using the facilities.

Acrylic is also quick to install, which means you will be able to comfortably use your remodeled acrylic bathroom quicker than you may expect. No one wants to wait to use a bathroom, so don’t wait longer than you have to during the remodeling process.


Because of the cost, the cleanliness, the safety and the comfort, acrylic bathroom remodeling is probably the best thing to do. Acrylic works in every home, and it’s full of benefits that will put your house above the others on the block.

Are You Ready for An Acrylic Bathroom?

Call Bath Doctor today for help on your next acrylic bathroom remodeling project. We can handle every aspect from initial design all the way to the finished product. Bring your questions and ideas to us by contacting us today. We look forward to transforming your new bathroom.

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