A lot of people who have installed bathroom tiles within their home will need to have some accessories added to their tiles these could be anything from a light switch to a shower, the most common thing people will look to have installed within their home will be a shower this is something millions of people will use on a daily basis and to be able to install a shower to in your bathroom tiles you will need to make some cuts to all of your wall tiles.

To be able to properly install a shower into your bathroom tiles you will need to have the correct equipment otherwise you will end up damaging a lot of your wall tiles which could result in you have to spend a lot of money trying to put all of your bathroom tiles right.

To be able to properly add a shower to all of your bathroom tiles you will need to have some tools which can be bought from any good DIY shop, to be able to properly add a shower head and switch to your bathroom tiles you will need to have all of the below

·         Drill

·         Sand paper

·         Masking Tape

·         Screws

·         Shower Head

·         Shower Tap

·         Raw Plugs

·         Cloth

·         Sponge

·         Hover

Now you have all of these tools you can think about installing your shower head and tap into your bathroom tiles, to begin with you will need to have ensured your wall tiles are completely clean although we will be drilling the tiles it needs to be a clean area to help reduce the chance of the shower head and taps not going on to the wall properly. There are various things which all have to be installed to allow you to properly install the shower taps and the shower control area.

To begin with you will need to measure the area in which you would like to lay your shower on your bathroom tiles this can be done by simply measuring the height of the wall and how high you would like to have the control unit now you have done this you will need mark out the area in which the shower tools will be added onto your bathroom tiles.

To begin with hold the shower bar to the wall and mark all of the holes out with a pencil and then remove the bar from the bathroom tiles you will now need to masking tape over the holes and around all of your bathroom tiles this will ensure that you have a smaller risk of slipping and breaking your bathroom tiles when you use the drill.

Once you have applied the masking tape to all of your bathroom tiles you can think about drilling into the tiles long enough so that when you screw into the wall the screws will not stick out from a mile away. Slowly pick the drill up and place it on your tiles on a low speed as this will help ensure your drill doesn’t slip and crack some of your bathroom tiles.

Continue to drill all of the holes, once you have drilled all of the holes in all of your bathroom tiles you will then need to clean the area up this will ensure the hole you have drilled isn’t full of dust so to start you will need to clean all of the holes out which you have just drilled using the hover.  Now you will need to push raw plugs into all of the holes on your bathroom tiles and then you will be ready to add the shower to your bathroom.

Simply hold the bar and the shower taps up to your bathroom tiles and then using the screws which you have previously bought you will need to screw the bar from the shower into place make sure you push it all the way down and then applying the covers which will cover all of the screws. Your bathroom show bar should now be properly in place and you should be able to go back and remove all of the masking tape which you placed around all of your bathroom tiles.

 


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