55 inch Cast-Iron Tub Plumbing Package (TTC398684) - Carroll
Availability: In stock
You don't have to pass on getting the tub on your dreams just because your bathroom is small. This clawfoot tub is 55 inches long and it will fit in any bathroom. It won't matter if the tub needs to face north, south, east or west, because the tub is freestanding style. The tub looks the same all the way around so it can be set anywhere in the room near the drain hole. This tub has no faucet holes on the rim nor on the wall, therefore, we have created a freestanding faucet package to go with it. This faucet is an English Telephone with a hand held shower. You will see the two porcelain lever handles and a water diverter lever to switch the water over to the hand shower. The drain and overflow holes are covered with the TTC1900LTB Lift & Turn Drain and Overflow Assembly.
The Carroll is a classic Cast Iron Rolled Rim Tub intended for your smaller bathroom areas, whether producing or re-designing your bathroom to feature a vintage clawfoot tub design. Picking the right bathtub can be simple. Any bathtime is a pleasure when you step into your extravagant freestanding bath tub. These Tubs are sizeable. Any of our selection of Freestanding Victorian Tubs will definitely be the center of attention of the bath time & will absolutely produce a mood of glamor for you.
This Carroll Complete Plumbing Package Includes:
- TTC398684 Gooseneck Faucet with Hand Held Shower as well as the Supply Lines, Complete with Shutoff Valves and Escutcheons
- TTC1900LTB Lift and Turn Drain & Overflow Assembly
This 55 inch cast iron rolled rim tub will be perfect for your smaller bathroom.
- Cast Iron Clawfoot Bathtub
- 13 inches to Overflow
- Porcelain Interior
- Classic Rolled Rim Design with 30" x 55" Dimensions
- Feet Available in Polished Chrome, White, Matte Black, Brushed Nickel & Oil Rubbed Bronze
- In-Stock and available with Free shipping
- No Faucet Holes
- 5 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Specifics of your Fixtures:
Drain & Overflow Assembly:
Freestanding Supply Lines:
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- Bathtubs that are painted a solitary color will be ready for shipment in 3 - 4 weeks once it is painted. The color option is custom mixed at a laboratory. It will take around a week to get the color after our staff orders it. As quickly as can be after a tub is bought you will need to email their customer service representative the color code for the paint color that has been selected. We prefer you only work with Sherwin Williams color sample-cards and this will expedite the process.
- Any bathtub that calls for an artisan's hand, which includes: Copper Bronze finish, will take 4 - 6 weeks before it can transport after an order is given. Processing shall begin after an email has been received from customer so as to establish paint color details; which is given as the order was placed.
If you have a sort of time-crunch, paying an added $150.00 our staff will advance your order to the beginning of the tub customization line. Please keep in mind that this fee is to expedite the personalization pertaining to the tub only. This particular charge will NOT address the cost connected with expedited shipping of a bathtub or any necessary materials. It is actually a simple method to decrease the time-table by approximately one half, that being said, due to the "actual hands-on" quality of our customized bathtubs, we can not promise the exact date or time.
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When you are looking for a genuinely extraordinary freestanding tub, explore this selection of clawfoot or pedestal bathtubs. Regardless of the size of your bathroom, we have a tub for your house. We provide Affordable Elegance to quality houses all around the country. Having a soak in a bathtub routinely is truly a relaxing manner to lower stress as well as anxieties and it improves balance and recuperation. Alongside the health and wellness perks, deep soaker bath tubs are simply a beautiful design focal point for your bathroom.
You could choose from deep soaking tubs with a variety of features to portray the design that you desire for your bathroom.
ROLLED RIM BATHTUBS
The most common style is the rolled rim tub. One side of this design of bathtub is flat. The other end is sloped slightly. At one end of the bathtub a faucet might be mounted while the opposite end of the tub has been designed to allow someone to recline while taking a bath.
People prefer a bath tub which looks outstanding, on the other hand the height, length and width should be considered, too. Will you like a cast iron or an acrylic bath tub? Cast iron can actually weigh more than an acrylic bathtub. But each comes in several various sizes.
The clawfeet of the vintage-style claw tub are another manner of adding the finishing color pallet to your complete bathroom scheme. The feet come in a variety of color options and even a variety of shapes, like; ball feet, ball & claw, Lion's Paw, monarch, and imperial feet. Every foot design possesses a distinctive unique mold and variances can easily be found among each style.
Foot Finish Options:
Customize your bath tub's claw feet! From the drop-down menu, you can choose one of these three finishes: Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze.
Some other colors may be made available upon request.
- Freestanding Faucets: This type of faucet does not require that openings be drilled into the bathtub or bathroom wall; the faucet is mounted on a stand. Available in Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Brushed Nickel, and Polished Chrome, with further options available upon request.
In the event that you would like to bring in value to your household, add any one of our impressive claw foot bathtubs and faucets in your home.
*If you have questions or wish to place an order contact our staff at 877.795.5684
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How To Care For Your Cast iron:
Right here are some tips on cleaning your cast iron tub. It is very important to recognize that the tub has actually been given a white porcelain surface over the cast iron. If the tub was not coated with the white porcelain it would look like the cast iron skillet you fry your potatoes in. Always keep chemicals off of the porcelain as much as possible. We suggest that you use just non-abrasive products to cleanse your tub.
Let me furnish you a checklist of products you can not use on your cast iron tub. This is not an extensive list; Bar Keeper's Friend, Zud and Comet. Each of these is very abrasive and will likely lead to damage when you utilize it. Read the label, but you should be safe working with a cleaner that is non-abrasive. It can be applied using a soft cloth and rinsed off with clear water. As suggested before, wipe any cleaning products off and rinse off well.
Anytime your tub or shower drain is stopped up with trapped hair and debris right on top of the drain it should be cleaned out. Work with a some of needle nosed pliers to grab any sort of detectable clogs and yank them from the drain. Get as much of the debris that you are able to utilizing the pliers. Turn on some water right into the tub or shower to see the speed at which it leaves through the drain.
If added consideration is necessitated you can pour a pot of bubbling hot water down the drain. Pour in about 1/2 c. baking soda.Then, dump about 1 c. vinegar and promptly cover with a drain stopper (to keep the response down listed below the drain surface) if you have one and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Flush again with a pot of hot water. Clean with a dry rag to see the shine.
You will love how this 55 inch cast iron clawfoot tub has a 3 1/2 in rolled rim. It is very elegant.
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