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Clawfoot Tubs & Soaking Tubs Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Clawfoot Bathtubs Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Surrounding Area - Free Delivery

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Clawfoot Tubs & Soaking Tubs Philadelphia, PA

Living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a real advantage for you because you have made the decision to acquire a clawfoot bathtub and The Tub Connection ships free of charge to Philadelphia and all of Pennsylvania. When you have picked your clawfoot tub in acrylic or (cast) iron and you buy online or by calling our effective support representatives, we will process your order quickly so we can get your tub transported to you as promptly as feasible. Our skilled personnel will examine and double test to be confident your items are excellent in every way. Each individual tub undergoes a white-glove examination prior to leaving our warehouse to be absolutely sure its good quality meets our demanding requirements.

The freestanding bathtub is one of the most common bathtub types for you to choose from. They are in most of the restrooms of the majority of houses considering that they are inexpensive and also the size alternatives produce a fantastic fit in any room-- large or small. Regardless of the style, The Tub Connection has you covered with a variety of alternatives. Apart from designs, you will certainly likewise intend to consider product dimension. If you have a larger bathroom, you should take into consideration a bigger soaking tub to delight in long, comfortable bathing encounters. If you are dealing with limited area, smaller sized bathtubs are a valuable option as well.

CLAWFOOT STYLES

When it comes to clawfoot tub designs, there are four primary classifications. The largest of the designs is the double slipper design. Next is the dual-ended bath. The slipper and the rolled rim styles are a little smaller size but are just as elegant. Each one of the different designs is beautiful and unique in their own way.

ROLLED RIM BATHTUBS

The first type you will notice on our site is the traditional rolled-rim freestanding bathtub style. At the foot of the tub, you will notice that the end is where the faucet would be installed. In some cases, the faucet would be mounted on the rim itself while at other times a faucet would be positioned inside the bathtub on the wall surface. If you want to own a faucet installed on the inside surface of the tub, you will need to choose a cast iron type. The end opposite the faucet is inclined. This wise feature allows a person to sit back and unwind as they take a bath.

DUAL ENDED BATHTUBS

Dual-ended tub has been created to allow a person to recline as they take a bath. These tubs tend to be longer than the prior style too. Finally, the faucet is not installed at either end of the tub. Instead, it is placed on the side in the middle of the tub.

SLIPPER TUBS

When it pertains to the classic design bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot tub layout is the most popular style. There are 2 different styles of slipper bathtub for you to choose from. The solitary slipper and also the double slipper. The solitary slipper bathtub has one end of the tub raised with a reclined back. This makes it possible for one to unwind as they wash and also it takes any anxiety off of the back and neck (when compared with a few other tubs which do not have an elevated end). A double slipper tub has both finishes of the tub raised. This allows for reclining at either end of the bathtub as well as these versions tend to be roomier compared to the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will differ in how much the raised or sloped bathtub wall raises. Be sure to look at the indoor floor room to ensure that you understand just how much room you need to stretch out in the tub.

DUAL SLIPPER TUBS

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

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

Dual slipper bathtubs may be made from either acrylic or cast iron. Like all of the other styles of bathtubs remember that cast iron is far heavier than any other tub material. Acrylic has enabled bathtubs to become larger and it also offers the ability to create a wider range of varieties.

Double slipper tubs are available in both cast iron and acrylic. You may also find a dual slipper tub in a pedestal model. You can find copper double slippers too. If you look at a copper tub or a pedestal 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 number of ways in which soaking tub faucets may be mounted:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: Holes are drilled into the rim (deck) of the soaking tub, and the faucet is installed in these holes.
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is mounted in holes that are drilled in the walls of the bathtub. These are different from Wall Mount Faucets, which are explained below.
--Wall Mount Faucets: This kind of faucet is set up in the wall of your bathroom and does not require that holes be drilled into the bathtub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: This kind of faucet does not require that openings be drilled into the tub or bathroom wall; the faucet is mounted on a stand.
Each of these tub faucets is available in Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Polished Chrome, and Brushed Nickel; more choices are available upon request.

Options for Foot Finish

Customize your tub's claw feet! You can choose any of these three finishes with the drop-down menu: Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze.
Additional finishes may be made available upon request.

The Tub Connection uses national freight providers whose high-quality services has been confirmed so that your clawfoot tub will be delivered on time and with great care. Liftgate services are used to gently lower our tubs and vanities curbside at your home and again, the price of the delivery is included in the price ranges detailed in our internet showroom. Additionally, since you live in Philadelphia, there are no sales taxes on your tub.

Typically, products are processed and shipped from our warehouse inside of two days and will arrive at your area in between 3 and five home business days. We will supply you with tracking numbers so you can be ready for your tubs arrival. Our friendly staff will follow up with a call up soon after delivery to verify your satisfaction with your new tub. The Tub Connection would like to be the provider of all your luxurious bathroom products so we aim to please before and after the sale!

You can reach us by calling1-877-795-5684 so we can answer your questions and help you to select the best clawfoot tub for your remodel or new construction.

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