Clawfoot Tub Purchases in Little Rock Arkansas
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ABOUT SOAKING TUBS
The Freestanding bathtub is one of one of the most common bathtub kinds for you to pick from. They fill the restrooms of the majority of households because they are budget-friendly and the dimension options produce a wonderful fit in any kind of area-- large or small. Taking baths often is a relaxing exercise that lowers anxiety as well as boosts remainder and recovery. In addition to the health conveniences, soaker tubs are an attractive enhancement to your bathroom. You could choose from soaking tubs with a selection of features to depict the look you desire out of your bathroom. For instance, you might be looking for a circle bathtub to fit the modern-day design master bathroom. Or perhaps you need a standard rectangle tub to fit the bathroom your youngsters will certainly be making use of. Despite the style, The Tub Connection has you covered with a vast range of alternatives. Aside from designs, you will certainly additionally intend to take into consideration material and also size. If you have a bigger bathroom, you ought to think about a larger soaking bathtub to take pleasure in long, comfy showering experiences. If you are working with restricted area, smaller sized bathtubs are a valuable choice as well.
There are four major soaker bath styles. The four different clawfoot bath styles include rolled-rim baths, slipper baths, double-ended baths, and double slipper tubs. The designs are all elegant and distinct. These are what provides a free standing bathtub its charm.
ROLLED RIM TUBS
The first style you will find on our site is the elegant rolled-rim soaking tub design. This type of tub represents the oldest style you would be able to find over a century ago. One
end of the bathtub is created for the faucet. The faucet might be placed on the rim of the bathtub. A few models permit for the faucet to be installed on the inside wall of the tub. We offer both designs. The wall positioned faucets are only offered in cast iron bath tubs. The other end of the bathtub is inclined. This end allows one to recline and unwind as they soak.
DUAL ENDED BATH TUBS
Dual-ended tubs appear a lot like the rolled rim bath tubs in some ways. There are a few key differences however. Dual-ended bath tubs are designed so that a faucet is positioned on the side of the tub in the middle instead of at the end of the bath tub. Both ends of the bath tub allow for a person to recline. Additionally, these tubs are normally longer and offer more area for bathing.
When it involves the vintage style bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot tub layout is the most-popular style. There are 2 different designs of slipper bathtub for you to pick from. The single slipper and the double slipper. The single slipper tub has one end of the bath tub raised with a reclined back. This makes it possible for one to unwind as they wash as well as it takes any type of anxiety off of the back as well as neck (when compared with a few others tubs which do not have an increased end). A double slipper bathtub has both finishes of the bath tub elevated. This allows for reclining at either end of the bathtub as well as these models have the tendency to be roomier compared to the solitary slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will certainly differ in just how much the elevated or sloped tub wall elevates. Make sure to check out the indoor flooring area so that you understand how much area you have to extend in the bathtub.
If your individual design screams different colors, never fear, we have the shade of bathtub you are looking for! Nearly all our Pedestal Tubs can be repainted on the outside to match any different colors from Sherwin Williams, Behr, Valspar and also others. You literally select the shade from your regional paint store, give us the color code and we paint YOUR bathtub YOUR different colors. For those that have a design feeling that is a lot more elaborate, we could provide you a Plaid Bath tub, a Zebra Striped Tub, Faux Copper, Copper Aging, Burnished Gold, there are a lot of options to listing, it might just be much better for you to take a look at The Tub Connection website as well as give us a call so we could address all of your questions. Our technicians as well as artisans are on duty so make the toll totally free phone call 877-7 +5 -5684 and also ask all of your concerns, location your order and await your tub to show up in merely a few days!.
DUAL SLIPPER BATH TUBS
With two raised ends, the double slipper has more room for taking a bath than any other variety offers. They are in most cases longer in length than other varieties of bathtubs and are also more comfortable than any other variety you can own.
The faucet will need to be installed in the middle of the bath tub to one side. If you use a faucet which is not positioned on the bath tub, it should also be positioned near the middle to one side as well.
Both acrylic and cast iron are utilized to produce dual slipper bath tubs. Remember that cast iron is heavier than most materials so be sure that your bathroom will be able to withstand the weight of a bath tub made from it. Acrylic has enabled tubs to become larger and it also offers the ability to create a wider range of styles.
Acrylic and cast iron are the two most common materials used to manufacture tubs. Dual slippers are also available in copper, and it these bath tubs are offered in a pedestal tub model as well. If you look at a copper bath tub or a pedestal bathtub, you may discover that in some tubs, the angle at which someone reclines is a little different than you would find in a dual slipper clawfoot tub.
Choose from one of these choices in the drop down lists to indicate how you would prefer your soaking tub faucet to be mounted:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: The faucet is installed in openings that are drilled in the rim (deck) of the bathtub.
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is placed in openings that are drilled in the walls of the soaking tub. These faucets should not be confused with Wall Mount Faucets, which are defined below.
--Wall Mount Faucets: This style of faucet is set up in the wall of your bathroom and does not require that openings be drilled in the bath tub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: No openings are drilled into the tub itself; the faucet is set up on a stand separately from the tub or bathroom wall.
Each of these tub faucets is offered with a number of different finishes: Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Brushed Nickel, with more choices available upon request.
Foot Finish Options
Customize your bath tub's claw feet! Using the drop down menu, you can select any of the following finishes: Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze.
Other colors may be made available upon request.
If you live in the Little Rock area or any other part of Arkansas and you are interested in purchasing a clawfoot tub from us here at The Tub Connection, then we have some great news for you.
First, since we ship to you from outside of your state, you do not have to pay ANY sales tax when you purchase a bathtub, faucet, or any accessory from us.
Second, you do not have to worry about paying any shipping whatsoever! We take care of all of the shipping costs to have your purchase delivered to you. A freight truck will deliver your purchase. The day before it is delivered, you will receive a call to set up the delivery time. Once you receive your purchase, it is ready for installation!
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