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If youre on the lookout for a roomy tub thats eminently functional look no further than the Dublin which is the largest walk in tub on the planet at 33 inches wide. Its simple to select the ideal tub to fit in the present decor of your property. If youre looking for a Premier bath tub in which youll be able to sit while bathing in comfort the Warwick is a wonderful option. On the flip side if you desire a Premier bath tub with a very low profile for a little bathroom theres no greater choice than the Easy Bathe. At this point you have your bathtub. A bathtub isnt merely a bathtub anymore. There are apparently several kinds of accessible bathtubs out there in the industry. When it is little square bathtubs you might want to spot it within a corner.
Nevertheless the style of door that you choose does make a difference in the accessibility convenience and safety of your tub. As with most things in life there are trade-offs to consider and the style of walk in bathtub door you choose will reflect what you value most. In this article we outline the major circumstances you should think about so that you can choose a walk in bathtub with the style of door best suited to your needs and budget. How Inward-Swinging Doors and Outward-Swinging Doors Work In a tub with an inward-swinging door the door swings into the foot well area inside the tub when you open it.
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Most manufacturers opt for inward-swinging doors because its easier to hold the pressure from the water inside the tub with this design. An inward-swinging door rests inside a beveled lip on the doorframe that allows the tubs shell to bear the weight of the water inside the tub. When the tub is full the weight of the water inside presses the door into its frame in the shell so no additional mechanisms are needed to bear the weight of the 35-60 gallons of water inside the tub-but the door cannot be opened again until all the water drains out. Outward-swinging doors swing towards you when you open them into space in your bathroom instead of into the walk in bathtub itself.