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These tubs are the most basic convenient because they are usually about the same length, width, and height. Installation usually means simply replacing an older tub in an existing alcove. It’s easy to remove the existing tub and slide in the new one. Average standard alcove tubs usually cost a few hundred dollars.
Whirlpool and Air
Whirlpool tubs and air tubs, include jets which shoot water, or air, out of jets. They are wonderful for giving relaxing massage, for reducing aches and pains after a long day at work or a concentrated exercise session. The pleasurable bathing experience they provide is well worth their extra cost.
These tubs are most often designed for people with disabilities or seniors who find it difficult to climb into a regular tub. They offer bath safety and comfort, and allow seniors to age in their own homes as long as possible.
Corner tubs traditionally look great in the bathrooms which are less spacious.
Traditional Claw or Ball Feet
These are freestanding tubs which have four feet .
These tubs look sleek and welcoming. Many come in white acrylic, but there are also designer versions in stainless steel, and high-end materials such as black granite, cultured stone or marble. They also come in many shapes ; square, rectangular, cylindrical, oval, or free-flowing organic.
Dropped in and Undermounts
These tubs don’t have finished sides. They are either dropped into or set on top of frames.