It’s time to update your shower. Have you thought about going the custom tile route? Custom tiles are both aesthetically pleasing and practical solutions for your shower’s walls and floors. Here, we break down the basics.


In an environment where moisture is prevalent, custom tile showers are a moisture-resistant solution. Non-porous ceramic tile can withstand years of water, soaps, shampoos, and other liquid bathroom essentials--in some cases, up to 75 years. Seal your tile to protect it from harsh cleaning chemicals.

Ceramic tile is also easy to maintain. Because it is nonporous, you don’t have to worry about mold and mildew festering, like you would with other flooring options. Sweep and vacuum your tiles at least twice a week to avoid scrapes or scratches, then use mild cleaning solutions to eliminate the debris you can’t see.

Keep in mind, ceramic tile is hard, and a slip or fall could hurt a great deal. Ask the experts at Quest about our non-slip surfaces, which can be applied to your ceramic shower floors to maximize safety.


Quest offers ceramic tiles in dozens of colors and patterns so that you can create the luxurious bathroom environment you’ve always wanted. You set the tone with solid colors or mix and match with beautiful patterns. You can also form your ceramic tiles in curved shapes to create unique and exciting accents to your bathroom. 

Considering resale value when deciding on a tile project? Ceramic tiles have been shown to increase home value.

Do it yourself or ask for help?

Installing custom tile is an involved process, one that can require cutting the tile just right, adding a cement subfloor, putting each tile in place, and removing excess grout. If you’re not comfortable completing this project on your own, Quest is here to help. Ceramic tile is also heavy, so if your bathroom remodel is on the second or third floor, find out how Quest can help with transport.

Contact our experts and we’ll help you understand the process of remodeling your bathroom with custom ceramic tile. We’ll let you know what to expect in terms of cost, logistics, timeline, and we’ll help you determine if it’s the right decision for your home. 

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