From wainscoting to natural stone showers, wall surrounds and bathroom tile work, the experts at ReBath Of Long Island have all of your bathroom wall needs covered. Our selection
of natural stone tile styles, sizes and colors are unparalleled, and range from simply subtle to exquisitely lavish. We use only superior quality materials from the industry's leading manufactures to help
you create an amazing look in the bathroom. Our bathroom design experts can provide you with a free in-home consultation to help you to customize your bathroom walls to blend perfectly with your
lifestyle and your budget.
All of our wall surrounds are custom manufactured to meet your exact needs, providing you with a look that is unique to only your home. You start by choosing the wall system color you
want, and then you can further customize it by selecting a Re-Bath wall pattern. Our bathroom tiles and wall surrounds are made out of our state-of-the-art DuraBath SSP
material, are grout free and mold and mildew resistant. This makes your new bathroom walls not stunning to look at, but also durable and extremely low maintenance.
DuraBath Natural Stone For Bathroom and Showers
We also offer DuraBath Natural Stone for your shower and bathroom. You can create your own luxury bathroom with any of our six natural stones including Granite, Travertine,
Marble, Slate, and Solid.
Tile Specialists Serving Long Island, Manhattan, Nassau, Suffolk, Staten Island and Queens
Before we begin your project, you can visit our bathroom remodeling showroom in Plainview to sample our collection of wall
surrounds, natural stone, and tile and feel for yourself their outstanding quality and craftsmanship. Or you can take advantage of our online interactive
bathroom design tool to get an idea of just a few of the design options we can offer you. Call us today at 516-433-1440 to speak to one of our bathroom design experts to learn more about our
custom bathroom shower panels. Proudly serving the greater Long Island, NY area including Plainview, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk for over a decade.