Classic Soaking Bathtubs St. Louis Missouri

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The popularity of clawfoot baths has raised dramatically over the past few decades. A century ago, when they were first offered, there were only a couple of primary designs. Rolled-rim, dual-ended, slipper, and double slipper are the four different clawfoot bathtub styles that are available these days.


The original layout is the rolled rim clawfoot bathtub. On the foot end of the bathtub, you can mount a faucet. At the other end of the bathtub, it is designed to make it possible for someone to recline as they bathe.


In contrast to rolled rim tubs, Dual-ended tubs have both ends manufactured to make it possible for a person to recline as they take a bath. They have a greater length too. This is an individual of the more popular features of this style. Finally, the faucet is not positioned at either end of the tub. Instead, it is placed on the side in the middle of the bathtub.


When it involves the classic style bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot bathtub design is the most popular style. There are 2 different designs of slipper tub for you to choose from. The solitary slipper and also the double slipper. The single slipper bathtub has one end of the bathtub elevated with a reclined back. This makes it possible for one to unwind as they shower as well as it takes any stress off of the back and also neck (when compared with various other tubs which do not have an elevated end). A double slipper tub has both finishes of the bathtub increased. This permits sloping at either end of the bathtub and these models have the tendency to be roomier than the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will vary in how much the elevated or sloped tub wall raises. Make certain to consider the indoor flooring area to ensure that you recognize how much area you have to extend in the bathtub.


Larger than almost any other style of bathtub, double slipper bathtubs offer more space than any other style you could buy. With lengths of 70" or more, these bathtubs are the longest soaker tub you can commonly find. With a greater length, you can effortlessly fit two adults in the tub at a time. Acrylic and cast iron are the two most common materials used to create bathtubs. Dual slippers are also available in copper, and it these bathtubs are available in a pedestal tub model as well. The main difference is that the angle at which you recline on either end may be different than in a clawfoot tub. One of the charming things about this design is the head and neck support you receive with these tubs.

If you decide to have a faucet installed on the bathtub, the style necessitates that it be mounted in the middle of the tub on the rim, or deck, of the tub. You may decide on a model with allows for the faucet to be mounted on the rim of the bathtub or you may choose a freestanding faucet too.

Faucet Options

Bathtub faucets may be installed in the following ways:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: Holes are drilled in the rim (deck) of the soaking tub so as to set up the faucet there
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is set up in openings that are drilled in the walls of the bathtub.
--Wall Mount Faucets: This style of faucet is installed in the wall of your bathroom and does not require that openings be drilled into the bathtub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: This type of faucet does not require that holes be drilled into the soaking tub or bathroom wall; the faucet is mounted on a stand.
Each of these bathtub faucets is available in Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Brushed Nickel. Other finishes are available upon request.

Options for Foot Finish

Customize your tub's claw feet! From the drop-down menu, you can select Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Brushed Nickel, and Polished Chrome.
Other finishes may be made available upon request.


Dwelling in St. Louis, Missouri is a terrific edge for you as you have made the decision to purchase a clawfoot bathtub and The Tub Connection Ships Free of charge to St. Louis. When you have selected your clawfoot tub in acrylic or cast iron and you decide to buy online or by calling 1 of our helpful client representatives, we will process your order quickly so we can get your items shipped to you as promptly as possible. Our seasoned staff will check and double-check to be sure the items you purchased are fantastic in every last way. Each and every tub undergoes a white-glove examination prior to leaving our warehouse so we are convinced its superior quality meets our rigorous criteria.

The Tub Connection makes use of countrywide freight corporations whose high-quality service has been proved so that your clawfoot tub will be delivered on time and with fantastic care. Liftgate support is utilized to deliver our tubs and vanities curbside to your home and as mentioned, the charge of the shipping and delivery is all included in the price tags listed in our internet showroom.

Our goal is that items are shipped in two business and will arrive at your delivery address between 3 and 5 business days. We will email you with UPS or freight tracking information so you can be prepared for your tubs arrival. Our client support team will follow up with a telephone call soon after the delivery to confirm your satisfaction with your new tub. The Tub Connection desires to be the provider of all your luxury powder room items so it is our intention to please!

Phone 877-795-5684 so we can respond to all your queries and assist you in purchasing the appropriate clawfoot tub for your bathroom.

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