Soaking Tubs & Vintage Clawfoot Tubs Salt Lake City Utah
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ABOUT SOAKING TUBS
The claw foot bathtub is among one of the most common tub kinds for you to pick from. They are in most of the restrooms of a lot of houses given that they are cost effective and also the dimension options produce a wonderful suit any kind of area-- large or small. Taking baths frequently is a relaxing exercise that reduces stress and also raises rest and also recuperation. Along with the health and wellness advantages, soaker tubs are an appealing addition to your bathroom. You can choose from soaking tubs with a variety of features to represent the appearance you desire from your bathroom. For example, you may be trying to find a circle bathtub to fit the contemporary style master bathroom. Or possibly you need a fundamental rectangle bathtub to fit the bathroom your children will be utilizing. Regardless of the style, The Tub Connection has you covered with a wide array of choices. Other than designs, you will certainly also want to consider material and size. If you have a bigger bathroom, you should take into consideration a larger soaking tub to delight in long, comfy showering encounters. If you are working with limited space, smaller sized bath tubs are a valuable choice too.
The appeal of clawfoot baths has increased dramatically over the past few years. A long time ago, there were just a few different styles of claw foot tubs obtainable. Today, however, there are four major clawfoot bathtub models for you to choose from. These four include a rolled rim design, a dual ended style, a slipper bath tub model, and finally a double slipper style. The styles are each distinct and beautiful.
ROLLED RIM BATHTUBS
Rolled rim tubs are the earliest type of clawfoot bath tubs. Rolled-rim bathtubs have one end which is inclined slightly while the other is flat. If a bath tub faucet is to be set up on the bath tub , it will be positioned at the flat end. Either inside the tub or on the rim. The opposite end from the faucet is designed to enable a person to lounge while they have a bath.
DUAL ENDED BATH TUBS
A Dual-ended bath tub is the same height all around the bath tub. The bath faucet is installed in the middle of the bath tub instead of either end. In contrast to a rolled rim tub, Dual-ended tubs allow for a person to recline while they bathe.
If your individual style screams color, never ever fear, we have the color of bathtub you are seeking! Nearly all our Pedestal Tubs can be painted on the exterior to match any different colors from Sherwin Williams, Behr, Valspar and also others. You actually pick the color from your regional paint shop, provide us the color code and also we painting YOUR bathtub YOUR different colors. For those that have a style sense that is a lot more intricate, we could provide you a Plaid Bath tub, a Zebra Striped Tub, Faux Copper, Copper Patina, Burnished Gold, there are so many options to list, it may simply be much better for you to have 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 technicians and artisans are on duty so make the toll complimentary telephone call 877-7 +5 -5684 as well as ask all of your questions, area your order and also wait for your bathtub to show up in merely a couple of days!.When it concerns the classic design bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot bath tub layout is the most-popular style. There are 2 different designs of slipper tub for you to select from. The single slipper and the double slipper. The single slipper bathtub has one end of the tub raised with a reclined back. This enables one to relax as they shower as well as it takes any type of tension off of the back as well as neck (when compared to various other tubs which do not have an increased end). A double slipper bathtub has both finishes of the bathtub increased. This permits reclining at either end of the tub and these versions have the tendency to be roomier than the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will differ in how much the elevated or sloped bathtub wall elevates. Make sure to consider the interior flooring space to ensure that you are aware of just how much space you have to stretch out in the tub.
DUAL SLIPPER TUBS
Double slipper bath tubs are easily the biggest freestanding bathtub you will find. With lengths of 70" or more, these bath tubs are the longest soaking tub you can commonly find. With a greater length, you can effortlessly fit two individuals in the bathtub at a time. These bath tubs require the faucet to be installed at either side of the bathtub near the center. There are a few different faucet designs which can be used with this design of bath. You may pick a deck positioned faucet or you can choose one that is a freestanding style. Dual slipper bathtubs are available in both cast iron and acrylic. Dual slippers are also available in copper, and it these bathtubs are offered in a pedestal tub design as well. The main difference is that the angle at which you recline on either end may be different than in a claw foot tub. One of the wonderful things about this design is the head and neck support you receive with these bath tubs.
Choose one of the choices in the drop down lists to specify how you would like your bathtub's faucet to be mounted:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: The faucet is mounted in openings that are drilled into the rim (deck) of the tub.
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: Openings are drilled into the walls of the soaking tub, and the faucet is installed in these openings. This type of faucet is different from Wall Mount Faucets, which are described below.
--Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is positioned in the wall of your bathroom; no openings are drilled in the bath tub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: This style of faucet does not require that openings be drilled into the soaking tub or bathroom wall; the faucet is mounted on a stand.
Each of these types of bath tub faucets is offered with a variety of different finishes: Brushed Nickel, Polished Chrome, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze. Other finishes are available upon request.
Selecting a Foot Finish
Customize your tub's claw feet! You can pick one of the following finishes with the drop down menu: Brushed Nickel, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Polished Chrome.
Upon request, some other finishes may be available.
If you are interested in placing an order for a quality clawfoot tub from The Tub Connection, then we want you to know a few things about firm. First of all, each of our bathtubs are made with you in mind. We know that when you purchase a clawfoot tub, you want the very best quality your money can buy. That is why we use only the very best when we manufacture our bathtubs. You will be contacted in advance of delivery so that we can schedule your delivery at a time of convenience when your tub will arrive. Afterwards, we will get in touch with you to make certain that everything arrived as it should and there are no issues or concerns. Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us.
Our seasoned warehouse team will scour over your items to be sure they are exactly what your ordered and every tub undergoes a WHITE-GLOVE TEST prior to shipping so we are confident the tubs good quality meets our demanding standards.
Rather than traveling all about to unearth the clawfoot tub you are looking for, look at our wide variety of beautiful clawfoot tubs in cast iron and acrylic, right now in the convenience of your home. Shop our online gallery to discover everything you have to know prior to acquiring your tub. All of our tubs are guaranteed to be absolutely perfect, so you will need never have any concerns.
Call toll-free (877) 795-5684 and place your order today.