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  • Aspen

    Aspen

    Your Price: $14,775.00
    Model #: CPS802
    64.00"L x 36.00"W x 24.00"H
  • Aspen

    Aspen

    Your Price: $20,625.00
    Model #: CPS805
    64.00"L x 36.00"W x 24.00"H
  • 72 In. Aurora

    72 In. Aurora

    Your Price: $8,925.00
    Model #: CPS902
    60.00"L x 29.00"W x 30.00"H
  • 72 Inch Aurora in Brushed Nickel

    72 Inch Aurora in Brushed Nickel

    Your Price: $13,425.00
    Model #: CPS905
    60.00"L x 29.00"W x 30.00"H
  • 60 In. Aurora

    60 In. Aurora

    Your Price: $7,406.25
    Model #: CPS912
    72.00"L x 32.00"W x 32.00"H
  • 60 In. Aurora

    60 In. Aurora

    Your Price: $11,212.50
    Model #: CPS915
    72.00"L x 32.00"W x 32.00"H
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Taking a nice hot bath is a often not just a way to keep clean but a gift we give ourselves. It is time to relax and soak away the labors and stresses of the day, and for those with families it is often some of the our only time alone. Choosing the right bathtub can be a big and difficult decision, but no matter what you decide the choice is often only limited by your space and you budget. Bathtubs can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars, and instillation costs can add thousands to the budget, so picking the right tube will often be determined by total price. There are some considerations to factor when choosing a new tube. If you have to move existing plumbing to accommodate a new tube the price will be greatly increased, so if you're on a budget consider choosing a new tube that will fit your existing pipes and plumbing. Your bathroom construction may also play a factor when deciding which tube is best for you. You may need a tube that will be recessed into existing walls, that is surrounded by one, two or three walls, and for some older home or homes looking to have a traditional feel a stand alone tube may be used. All tube types come in a variety of materials such as, acrylic, fiberglass, enamel coated steel, cast iron, copper, stone, or wood. Most bathtubs fall into three major categories, conventional tubs, soaking tubs, or whirlpool tubs. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Most of us have a conventional tub. These tubes are typically built in or recessed into the wall or walls of the bathroom, but there are some designed to be free standing or on platforms. Keep in mine if you are considering a free standing tub of any kind it may be difficult or impossible to include a shower fixture. Most conventional tubs are about five feet in length, which make them great for those who are tall or just love to stretch out. These bathtubs are often used in combination with shower fixtures, so if your bathroom has limited space and you need to have both the shower and tube combined this type of bathtub may be your best option. The conventional bathtub is durable and easy to maintain and comes in a variety of materials, colors, shapes and sizes. They can be expensive to install, as many need to be attached to walls and if it is functioning as a shower as well, the walls may need to be tiled and sealed adding additional costs.

Soaking tubes are classic tubes that have been historically used all over the world by the Romans, Greeks, Japanese, Americans, and Europeans alike. These tubes may be associated with historical times but they are making a big comeback, and not just for those looking for a traditional feel of the claw-foot tub, new designer stand alone tubes are becoming very popular. Most of the soaking tubes tend to be shorter then a conventional tube but much deeper. Because they are free standing they generally take-up less space then the conventional tube which make them a great option for those with limited bathroom space. Their extra depth make this type of bathtub great those who want to be fully submersed. Some have whirlpool features but most do not. These tubs are becoming very popular and this new interest have made many of them very expensive. There shorter length may not be as comfortable for taller people or those who like to fully recline. Some soaking soaking tubs, called slip tubs, have high backs which add to the comfort level.

The whirlpool tubs have built-in jets which are great for those looking for that spa or hot tube feel. Jets can be great for sore muscles, pains and stresses. Some things to consider before choosing this type of tub are, they can be expensive to operate. Some do require a dedicated water heater and/or a reinforced floor for support and additional electrical requirements. Water jets can be prone to molding or gathering bacteria, so cleaning or keeping the bathtub clean can be difficult, and of-course with more working feature come more chances for breakdowns or future repairs.

The last type of bathtub is the walk-in tub. These tubs are great for people who have limited mobility or experience difficulties entering a tube. Many have whirlpool options and all come in a variety of shapes and sizes. One thing to consider is this type of tub can only be entered and exited when empty. These types of tube can also be very expensive to purchase and install.