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Bathtub Types | Saint Cloud Tub Reglazing

Get to Learn the Different Kinds of Bathtubs

Is it time to update your bathroom? Have you given any thought to getting a brand new bathtub? What kind of bathtub are you looking for? With the help of this little lesson, you will get familiar with the several varieties of tubs that are on the market, making it much easier for you to make the all-important choice.

This guide will teach you all you need to know about choosing and purchasing a bathtub. Upgrading a bathtub may significantly alter the overall appearance of a bathroom. Simply having extra space around a tub, a deeper soaking basin or a more aesthetically attractive design may turn your bathroom from a practical environment to a beautiful, at-home retreat.

We’ll go through the many sorts of tubs that are available.

Free-Standing Tub

If you’re going for a more classic and antique look in your bathroom, a free-standing tub is a way to go. Because these bathtubs are constructed entirely of porcelain and have the maximum space available, they make it possible for you to have a relaxing soak in the tub for an extended period of time. You could even have one that comes complete with a shower head. The appearance of an even more antique claw foot tub may be achieved with this ambiance.

Alcove Bathtub

Walls are located on three sides of alcove baths, surrounding them completely. The installation of a showerhead is both easy and pleasant in these bathrooms since the walls are often clad in tile or paneling.

Drop-In Tub

The walls of these bathrooms are constructed out of wood that has been covered with tile, granite, or a variety of other materials. A drop-in tub, much like a free-standing tub, may be built in the bathroom anywhere there is access to the plumbing, so long as the plumbing is accessible.

Corner Bathtub

The corner tub is the vessel that most closely resembles a Jacuzzi. They are often enormous and opulent, and some even include jets for added relaxation.

Whatever kind of bathtub you choose, it will eventually show signs of wear and strain. It’s possible that your bathtub has a ring that won’t come off no matter how much elbow grease or chemical cleaner you use. If this happens, you shouldn’t get rid of your old bathtub just yet. The bathtub reglazing services offered by Saint Cloud Tub Reglazing are available in Saint Cloud. Please check our website right away for more details, thanks.

Walk-In Bathtub

A walk-in tub has a door that swings open when the basin is empty. Because of this, they are popular among homeowners who are concerned about accessibility. It should be noted that the tub must be filled and emptied while the door is closed, thus the user should plan on a somewhat longer bathing time.

Soaking Bathtub

Soaking tubs are meant to retain more water, allowing for longer, pleasant baths that simulate floating in a pool. These huge tubes are significantly more likely to be freestanding or drop-in/under-mount. They may also include embellishments such as flat bottoms or slipper designs.

Spa Bathtub

Whirlpool tubs circulate pressure water via jets, giving a pleasant massage and spinning the water. The water may also travel via a heater, keeping it warm and pleasant for a long soak. (“Jacuzzi” is a brand of a bathtub.)