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The clawfoot tub is one of the most common tub types for you to pick from. They are in most of the restrooms of many households since they are economical and the dimension choices produce a fantastic fit in any type of area-- huge or little. Taking baths frequently is a relaxing exercise that reduces anxiety and boosts rest as well as recovery. Along with the wellness benefits, soaker tubs are an attractive enhancement to your bathroom. You could select from soaking tubs with a variety of features to represent the appearance you want out of your bathroom. As an example, you may be trying to find a circle tub to fit the modern style bathroom. Or maybe you need a standard rectangular shape bathtub to fit the bathroom your children will be using. Regardless of the design, The Tub Connection has you covered with a wide variety of alternatives. Besides styles, you will certainly also want to think about material and size. If you have a bigger bathroom, you ought to think about a bigger soaking tub to appreciate long, comfy bathing experiences. If you are collaborating with limited room, smaller sized bathtubs are a helpful alternative as well.


Clawfoot bathtubs come in a range of designs. These four different designs are stylish and they are what give clawfoot baths their appeal.


Rolled rim bathtubs are the oldest type of clawfoot tubs. One side of this style of bathtub is flat. The other end is reclined slightly. The faucet is installed at the flat end while the reclined end permits for a person to relax while taking a bath.


These kinds of bathtubs have a uniform height from one end of the bathtub to the other. For those tubs which are designed for it, an installed faucet would be placed on the rim of the bathtub in the middle. In contrast to a rolled rim bathtub, Dual-ended tubs allow for a person to recline while they bathe.


When it pertains to the classic design bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot bathtub style is the most popular design. There are 2 various designs of slipper bathtub for you to pick from. The single slipper as well as the double slipper. The solitary slipper bathtub has one end of the bathtub increased with a sloped back. This makes it possible for one to relax as they shower as well as it takes any anxiety off of the back and also neck (when compared with various other tubs which do not have actually an elevated end). A double slipper bathtub has both ends of the tub increased. This enables reclining at either end of the bathtub and these versions 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 bathtub wall raises. Make certain to consider the indoor floor space so that you know how much space you need to stretch out in the bathtub.

If your individual design screams different colors, never ever fear, we have the shade of tub you are searching for! Almost all our Pedestal Tubs can be painted on the exterior to match any type of shade from Sherwin Williams, Behr, Valspar and also others. You actually pick the color from your regional paint shop, give us the color code as well as we painting YOUR bathtub YOUR shade. For those that have a style sense that is much more intricate, we can offer you a Plaid Bathtub, a Zebra Striped Tub, Faux Copper, Copper Patina, Burnished Gold, there are so many options to list, it might just be much better for you to look at The Bathtub Connection internet site as well as give us a call so we can answer every one of your inquiries. Our technicians and craftsmen are on duty so make the toll complimentary telephone call 877-7 +5 -5684 as well as ask all your concerns, location your order and wait for your bathtub to arrive in just a few days!.


Double slippers have more room than any other freestanding bathtub and they offer two raised ends which add a lot of comforts. They are generally longer in length than other designs of bathtubs and are also more comfortable than any other kind you can own.

Regardless of the variety of faucet you decide to use, it should be positioned near the middle of the bathtub to one side.

Dual slipper bathtubs are offered 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 tubs to become larger and it also offers the ability to create a wider range of varieties.

Dual slipper bathtubs are available in both cast iron and acrylic. You may also find a dual slipper tub in a pedestal design. You can find copper dual slipper tubs too. If you look at a copper bathtub or a pedestal bath, you may discover that in some bathtubs, the angle at which a person reclines is a little different than you would find in a dual slipper clawfoot tub.

Faucet Options

How do you prefer your tub faucet to be mounted? You may select from:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: A deck mount faucet is mounted on the rim of the bathtub, which is called the "deck".
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is set up in holes that are drilled in the walls of the bathtub.
--Wall Mount Faucets: The wall of your bathroom must be drilled into to mount this type of faucet, but no openings will be drilled in the tub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: This style of faucet does not require that openings be drilled into the bathtub or bathroom wall; the faucet is mounted on a stand.
Each of these bathtub faucets is offered with a number of different finishes: Brushed Nickel, Polished Chrome, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze; some other choices are available upon request.

Options for Foot Finish

Customize your tub's claw feet! These three finishes are available to select using the drop-down menu: Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze.
Upon request, additional colors may be made available.


If you live in OAKLAND, CA and you bought or are interested in buying a tub from us at , then there are a few necessary items that will be useful for you to be sure to know. Since we use only superior materials when we build our tubs, you will not find any defective bathtubs for sale on our website Both types are made to last longer than your house!

Since you live in OAKLAND, CA you decide to purchase a specific bathtub, there are not any shipping fees for you to be concerned with. When we receive your purchase, we immediately begin to process your order. We take the acrylic or cast-iron bath you have ordered and inspect it once again to ensure your order is in perfect condition. Upon final inspection, if we find any defects or flaws in the craftsmanship of your tub, we reject it and will choose a replacement for you. Once the bath has been quality checked, we also collect any accessories that you may also have requested. The plumbing is carefully packed into shipping boxes to be included in the final order. The tub is put into a shipping crate and is secured to the crate. where necessary, padding is added to prevent the product from being damaged in any way while it is being shipped to your home. Finally, any accessories that you have requested or that are necessary for the tub are secured with the tub into the shipping container.

Once the bathtub has been readied for shipping, it will be shipped out on the first freight truck, normally within two business days of your purchase. The package will be lifted carefully into the truck and is sent on its way to you in OAKLAND, CA. At The Tub Connection, we do not charge you any shipping fees on your original purchase. Please be sure to check out our shipping policies listed on this website. Because you live in OAKLAND, CA, you will not be responsible for any sales tax on your order. Once your order has been received, either by phone or online, it will be processed and it will be sent to you within two business days. You will receive a phone call alerting you that your order has arrived and you will be asked to confirm delivery time with the shipping company.