Bathtubs are much more than just a place to get clean; they provide different things to different people. For example, they provide a meditative reprieve, a soothing reward, and a truly personal experience. Bathtub manufacturers understand their remarkable appeal and as such, they have created a range of features, shapes, and styles to satisfy any budget, taste and bathroom size.
Bathtubs have personalities. The free-standing tub and clawfoot type will confidently occupy a preferred position inside the bathroom. The walk-in tub, drop-in, Alcove and other varieties are typically integrated into the overall design scheme and nestled against walls. Below we will explore a few of the types of spaces that can benefit from a walk-in tub, freestanding tub, shower and tub and a jacuzzi.
A walk-in tub provides a great solution for individuals with compromised mobility. This type of tub has a low-step entry threshold that is only a few inches high, which makes getting in and out of the tub quite easy. It enables you to literally walk right in and sit right down.
In addition, there are individuals who use scooters, walkers or wheelchairs; therefore having a safety walk-in tub can provide be an excellent method of keeping the task of taking a bath as enjoyable and as simple as possible. There are others who have trouble getting over the high edge of traditional bathtubs and are concerned about falling.
Another feature of a walk-in tub that is often overlooked is that they also easily operate as a sit-down or stand up shower. A faucet set that has an extendable shower head will make the transition seamless.
A free-standing tub helps in giving the bathroom a spacious and airy look and feel and serves as a fantastic focal point as well. Adding a free-standing tub to your space will transform it from average to extraordinary. There are a number of design choices, which makes it easier to find one that suits the character of your home and reflects your design preference. For a bathroom that stands out from among the rest, you can consider a free-standing tub.
Homes that have just one full bathroom benefit the most from having a shower and tub combination installed. This style is quite versatile and is especially remarkable for those with space and budget constraints. Installing a one-piece combination takes up less space and is typically less expensive than putting in separate fixtures. Therefore, if you have a limited budget and limited room space, the shower and tub combination might be the best option for you.
A Jacuzzi tub is much more than a luxurious bathroom or outdoor accessory. Sitting in a Jacuzzi has a number of physical and mental benefits. For example, this type of bathtub is great for assisting individuals with osteoporosis as it produces buoyancy that can help in increasing strength and mobility. You can also perform light exercises underwater to benefit your health. It is also a great place to relax and relieve stress.
If you’re interested in having a new bathtub or type of bathtub installed in your home, contact us today. We can also discuss the possibility of a full bathroom remodel (which we can complete in as little as one day!)