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Clawfoot Bathtubs & Freestanding Tubs - Seattle

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About Clawfoot Bathtubs & Freestanding Bathtubs

The clawfoot bathtub is becoming one of the most-popular tubs for you to choose from. They are increasing in numbers in homes throughout the country. And, considering that they are economical and also beautiful options for the bathroom, and there are many sizes which fit in any space. 

Below you will find some basic information about other types of clawfoot tubs and soaking tubs.

Clawfoot Designs

Clawfoot tubs are available in four main styles. These are the rolled-rim bathtub, the dual-ended bathtub, the slipper bathtub, and the double slippers. The designs are all attractive and distinct. 

Rolled Rim Tubs

The rolled rim bathtub is the most fundamental type of soaking tub. Rolled rim tubs have one sloped end and one flat end. A faucet might be mounted on the flat, or foot, end of the bathtub. The other end makes it possible for someone to sit back comfortably and relax.

Dual-Ended Bathtubs

Dual-ended tubs appear a lot like the rolled rim tubs in some ways. In a Dual-ended bathtub, the faucet is installed on the rim of the tub in the middle. Both ends of the tub allow for someone to recline. Additionally, these types of bath tubs are generally longer and supply more room for taking a bath.

Slipper Tubs

When it comes to the vintage design tubs, the slipper clawfoot tub layout is the most-popular design. There are 2 different designs of slipper bathtub for you to select from. The solitary slipper as well as the double slipper. The solitary slipper bathtub has one end of the bathtub raised with a sloped back. This enables one to unwind as they wash and it takes any type of anxiety off of the back and also neck (when as compared to a few other tubs which do not have a raised end). A double slipper bathtub has both finishes of the bathtub increased. This allows for sloping at either end of the tub and these designs have the tendency to be roomier compared to the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will vary in just how much the raised or sloped tub wall elevates. Be sure to look at the interior flooring room so that you are aware of just how much space you need to stretch out in the bathtub.

Double Slipper Tubs

With two raised ends, the dual slipper has more area for bathing than any other design offers. Reaching lengths of over 70", these gorgeous tubs supply plenty of relaxation too. Regardless of the style of faucet you choose to use, it should be positioned near the middle of the tub to one side. Both acrylic and cast iron are used to create dual slipper bathtubs. Like all of the other designs of bathtubs remember that cast iron is far heavier than any other bath material. By using acrylic it allows for a wider variety of styles to be produced and the tubs can be even larger than normal.

Both cast iron and acrylic are utilized to construct dual slipper bathtubs. You may also find a double slipper tub in a pedestal style. You can find copper double slipper bathtubs too. If you look at a copper tub or a pedestal tub, you may notice that in some tubs, the angle at which someone reclines is a little different than you would find in a double slipper clawfoot bathtub.

Faucet Options

Before you select from the drop-down list, we want to ensure that you understand your bathtub faucet options:

--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: Openings are drilled in the rim (deck) of the tub, and the faucet is positioned in these openings.
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is set up in the side of the bathtub. This type of faucet should not be confused with Wall Mount Faucets, which are explained below.
--Wall Mount Faucets: This style 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: No openings are drilled in the bathtub itself; the faucet is set up on a stand separately from the bathtub or bathroom wall.
All of these tub faucets are available in Brushed Nickel, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Polished Chrome, with some other options available upon request.

Selecting a Foot Finish

Customize your soaking tub's claw feet! These Tubs offer you your choice of these finishes: Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Brushed Nickel.
Upon request, additional finishes may be made available.

 

Bathtubs in Seattle

 

Living in Seattle, Washington is a marvelous advantage for you because you have decided to purchase a clawfoot tub and The Tub Connection will ship completely FREE to Seattle

The Tub Connection uses nationwide freight companies whose high-quality service has been already been established so that your vintage-styled tub will be delivered on time and very carefully. Liftgate service is always to lower our tubs curbside to your business or residence and keep in mind that the expense of the transportation and delivery is bundled in the prices outlined in our internet showroom.

Another edge you have because you reside in Seattle, is that there is no sales tax on your order. Our goal is that our orders are processed and shipped out within two business days and that they arrive at your curb between three to five workdays. We will email you tracking information and other details so you will be ready for the arrival of your beautiful new tub. 

It is FREE to contact us, 877-795-5684 so we can arrange delivery of a beautiful clawfoot tub for you!

All of our customers in Seattle can have stunning clawfoot bathtubs by contacting The Tub Connection toll-free 877-795-5684.