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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.
Walk in tubs with doors that swing outward require about two feet of clearance space outside the tub to open the door completely on top of the extra space they already take up because theyre larger than your old bathtub. A compact walk in bathtub with an inward-swinging door is ideal if you want to enjoy the safety and convenience of a walk in tub without having to spend thousands to make space for one in your bathroom. What You Choose Should Reflect What You Need! There are other styles of walk in bathtub door on the market but the vast majority of walk in tubs youll encounter have either inward or outward-swinging doors. When you choose which walk in tub to buy be sure to balance the three considerations Ive outlined here-safety accessibility and space-to determine which tub best suits your needs and your budget.
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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.