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Quality Care and Service One of the most important things to consider is whether the people you are dealing with are patient and understanding of your needs. The process of choosing is made much more worth it when you have kind and knowledgeable staff working for you. When choosing from walk in bathtubs look for any warranty. It is great to have a lifetime warranty for door seals. If you will use your tub every day it is important to have warranty especially on the door in case it gives in and leaks. Many homes are equipped with the standard five foot bathtub. In many cases this compromises a lot of the potential space in the bathroom making it hard to move about. Even if you have a large spacious bathroom small tubs are a great option to consider.
As the name suggests it is set below floor level. Your bathroom renovation contractor can construct a deck-like structure in the bathroom for installing the bathtub. The plumbing system is covered to give a finished look to the bathroom. As only the rim of the bathtub is visible the contractor will leave its outer surface unfinished. It reduces the cost of the bathtub making it an affordable choice for homeowners.· Claw-Foot Bathtubs An evergreen style! A claw-foot bathtub is a free-standing bathtub. It means you have the freedom of installing it anywhere you want. You can choose it for giving a luxurious and elegant look to the bathroom. Commonly it is made up of cast iron. The claw-foot bathtub is an expensive option because of the presence of the porcelain enamel on its surface. But you can choose inexpensive acrylic options that are available in the market.
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Choose an Outward Swinging Door if Safety is Your Main Concern The main advantage of doors that swing out is that they can be opened immediately in case of an emergency even if that means emptying the water inside your tub onto your bathroom floor. Inward-swinging doors can only be opened when they are almost completely drained a process that can take minutes you simply cannot afford to wait while you or your loved ones risk drowning. Tubs with inward-swinging doors are still safer than conventional bathtubs where the only way to exit on your own is to physically lift yourself over the tubs edge-something thats definitely more dangerous than waiting for your walk in tub to drain in an emergency.