Classic Soaking Tubs & Clawfoot Bathtubs - Topeka Kansas

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The clawfoot bathtub is one of the most common tub styles for you to choose from.


The popularity of clawfoot baths has raised significantly over the past few decades. A long time ago, there were only a few different designs of clawfoot bathtubs available. There are four major types of designs to select from. Rolled-rim and dual-ended bathtubs are two of the styles available. Slipper and double slipper are two additional models that have become more popular in the past few decades.


The classic rolled rim bathtubs are the oldest type of clawfoot bathtubs. Rolled rim tubs have one sloped end and one flat end. At one end of the tub, a faucet might be installed while the opposite end of the tub has been built to permit someone to recline while taking a bath.


These types of tubs have a uniform height from one end of the tub to the other. The bath faucet is positioned in the middle instead of either end. Unlike a rolled rim tub, Dual-ended tubs allow for a person to recline while they bathe.


When it pertains to the classic design tubs, the slipper clawfoot tub layout is the most popular style. There are 2 various styles of slipper bathtub for you to choose from. The solitary slipper as well as the double slipper. The solitary slipper tub has one end of the tub elevated with a sloped back. This enables one to loosen up as they bathe as well as it takes any type of anxiety off of the back and neck (when compared with various other tubs which do not have actually an increased end). A double slipper bathtub has both ends of the bathtub elevated. This permits sloping at either end of the bathtub and also these designs tend to be roomier than the single slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will vary in just how much the elevated or sloped bathtub wall raises. Make sure to check out the interior floor room to make sure that you recognize how much space you need to extend in the bathtub.


With two elevated ends, the double slipper has more area for taking a bath than any other various offers. They are generally longer in length than other styles of bathtubs and are also more comfortable than any other style you can own.

Regardless of the kind of faucet you decide to use, it should be installed near the middle and to one side.

Double slipper tubs may be made from either acrylic or cast iron. Remember that cast iron is heavier than most materials so be sure that your bathroom will be able to withstand the weight of a bathtub made from it. Acrylic is much lighter, so it may be used to create tubs which are very spacious.

Acrylic and cast iron are the two most common materials used to create tubs. Dual slippers are also available in copper, and it these tubs are offered in a pedestal bathtub design as well. If you look at a copper tub or a pedestal bathtub, you may notice that in some tubs, the angle at which a person reclines is a little different than you would find in a dual slipper clawfoot bathtub.

Faucet Options

Pick from one of these products in the drop-down lists to specify how you would like your bathtub faucet to be mounted:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: The rim of a bathtub is also called the "deck", which is why a faucet positioned in the rim of a tub is called a "deck mount" faucet.
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: Openings are drilled into the sides of the soaking tub, and the faucet is mounted in these openings.
--Wall Mount Faucets: This kind of faucet is mounted in the wall of your bathroom and does not require that holes be drilled in the bathtub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: No holes are drilled into the soaking tub itself; the faucet is mounted on a stand separately from the bathtub or bathroom wall.
Each of these bathtub faucets is available in Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Brushed Nickel; further choices are available upon request.

Selecting a Foot Finish

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


If you are living in Topeka, Kansas and you are interested in choosing a top-notch clawfoot tub from us here at The Tub Connection, then we want you to know a couple of factors about our company. To begin with, all of our tubs are developed with you in mind. We understanding that, when you get a clawfoot tub, you want the very best quality money can purchase. That is why we use quality materials when we manufacture our bathtubs.

Subsequently, you will be contacted by our agency by way of email so you know when to start looking for your tub. You will also be contacted before the curb service so that we can schedule the delivery time when your tub will arrive. At last, we will contact you inside a very few days following the date your tub was delivered to make absolutely sure that everything is arrived safe and sound.

Customer services is highly vital to us. That is why we are so favored in the area of clawfoot tub brands serving Topeka. We know that you should have the best merchandise and services and we work tirelessly to ensure that you get it!

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