Clawfoot Tub & Bathtub Designs Birmingham Alabama

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The clawfoot tub is one of one of the most common bathtub types for you to select from. They fill the bathrooms of a lot of homes considering that they are budget friendly and the dimension choices make for an excellent suit any area-- large or tiny. Taking baths regularly is a relaxing exercise that minimizes anxiety and increases rest as well as recovery. In addition to the health benefits, soaker tubs are an eye-catching enhancement to your bathroom. You could pick from soaking tubs with a variety of attributes to depict the look you want out of your bathroom. For instance, you might be looking for a circle tub to fit the modern design master bathroom. Or perhaps you require a basic rectangle tub to fit the bathroom your kids will certainly be utilizing. Regardless of the style, The Tub Connection has you covered with a variety of choices. Besides designs, you will also wish to consider product as well as dimension. If you have a bigger bathroom, you ought to take into consideration a larger soaking bathtub to appreciate long, comfy showering encounters. If you are working with minimal area, smaller bathtubs are a valuable choice as well.


The popularity of clawfoot baths has increased significantly over the past few years. A century ago, when they were first offered, there were only a couple of primary designs. These four include a rolled rim model, a double-end model, a slipper bathtub style, and finally a double slipper design. All designs are special and beautiful.


If you enjoy the vintage style of bath tub, a rolled rim bath tub is the most classic type of all! These designs have uniform height from one end of the bath tub to the other end. The end with the incline makes it possible for a person to lay back and relax as they take a bath. The other end is where the faucet may be set up. Several versions may allow for a tub faucet to be placed on the rim of the bathtub. Other types are fashioned for the bath faucet to be placed on the inside wall of the bath tub. Lastly, a few models do not have any faucet holes drilled. These bathtubs require a free standing faucet or a bath room wall positioned faucet.


Dual-ended bath tubs have been created to allow a person to recline as they soak. These tubs tend to be longer than the prior design too. Faucets are installed on the side of the tub on the rim in the middle of the bath tub. This is the main distinction in the design when compared to the rolled rim tubs.

Slipper Tubs

When it involves the classic design tubs, the slipper clawfoot bathtub design is the most-popular style. There are two various styles of slipper bathtub for you to choose from. The single slipper and also the double slipper. The single slipper bathtub has one end of the bathtub elevated with a reclined back. This allows one to relax as they shower and it takes any kind of anxiety off of the back and also neck (when compared to other tubs which do not have an increased end). A double slipper bathtub has both finishes of the tub increased. This enables sloping at either end of the bathtub as well as these designs have the tendency to be roomier compared to the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will certainly vary in just how much the elevated or sloped tub wall raises. Make certain to check out the indoor floor space to make sure that you recognize how much room you need to stretch out in the bathtub.

If your personal design screams different colors, never ever fear, we have the shade of tub you are seeking! Nearly all our Pedestal Tubs can be repainted on the exterior to match any color from Sherwin Williams, Behr, Valspar and others. You literally pick the color from your regional paint store, give us the color code and also we paint YOUR tub YOUR different colors. For those who have a style sense that is a lot more sophisticated, we can offer you a Plaid Tub, a Zebra Striped Bathtub, Faux Copper, Copper Aging, Burnished Gold, there are numerous alternatives to list, it could just be better for you to take a look at The Tub Connection site as well as give us a call so we can respond to every one of your questions. Our professionals and artisans are on duty so make the toll free phone call 877-7 +5 -5684 and also ask all of your inquiries, area your order and wait for your tub to arrive in merely a couple of days!


With two raised ends, the dual slipper has more area for taking a bath than any other style offers. They are normally longer in length than other designs of bath tubs and are also more comfortable than any other type you can own.

Regardless of the kind of faucet you decide to use, it should be mounted near the middle of the bath tub to one side.

Dual slipper tubs are available in both acrylic and cast iron. Remember that cast iron is heavier than most materials so be sure that your bathroom will be able to hold up against the weight of a bathtub made from it. Acrylic has enabled bathtubs to become larger and it also offers the ability to create a wider range of varieties.

Dual slipper bath tubs are available in both cast iron and acrylic. Double slippers are also available in copper, and it these tubs are available in a pedestal bath tub model as well. If you look at a copper bathtub or a pedestal bathtub, you may notice that in some bathtubs, the angle at which someone reclines is a little different than you would find in a double slipper clawfoot tub.

Faucet Options

There are a few different ways that tub faucets may be mounted:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: A deck mount faucet is installed on the rim of the bathtub, which is called the "deck".
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: Holes are drilled into the sides of the bath tub, and the faucet is installed in these holes. This type of faucet should not be confused with Wall Mount Faucets, which are explained below.
--Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is positioned in the wall of your bathroom; no holes are drilled into the soaking tub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: The faucet is set up on a stand and is not connected to the tub or the bathroom wall.
Each of these tub faucets is offered with a number of different finishes: Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Polished Chrome, and Brushed Nickel, with some other choices available upon request.

Selecting a Foot Finish

Customize your bathtub's claw feet! From the drop down menu, you can select one of the following finishes: Brushed Nickel, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Polished Chrome.
Upon request, additional colors may be made available.


If you live in Birmingham, Alabama and you bought a specific tub from us, then there are a few useful things that will be useful for you to understand. Since we only offer the best materials when we build our tubs, you will not find any inferior tubs for sale on our site Both types are made to last longer than almost any building!

Since you live in Alabama, when you decide to buy any particular tub, there is never any shipping and handling charges for you to be concerned with. At the time we receive your purchase, we immediately begin to process your order and do not delay. We locate the acrylic or cast-iron tub you have purchased and inspect it once again to insure your bathtub is in perfect condition. Upon final inspection, if we find any defects or flaws in the quality of your order, we reject it and will choose a replacement for you. Once the bathtub has been thoroughly inspected, we also collect any plumbing that you may also have requested. The plumbing is carefully packed into separate boxes to be included in the final shipment. The tub is fitted into a shipping crate and is secured to the container. where necessary, padding is added to prevent the bathtub from being damaged or scratched in any way while it is being shipped to your home. Finally, any accessories that you may have requested or that are necessary for the tub are secured with the tub into the shipping container.