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Youll be in the upright position so the bathtubs are designed with this element in mind. Sitting on the bottom of a rounded or flat tub just would not enhance
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Think youre stuck with a shower curtain just because you have a bathtub? Absolutely not! Custom bathtub doors can open up a new world of possibility for the look and
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Tubs with Doors that Swing In are More Likely to Fit in Your Bathroom If you plan to install your walk in bathtub as part of a bathroom renovation in
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In standard bathtubs this is almost unattainable because you have to slide all the way in to fully soak. Small bathtubs free up a lot of space in bathrooms. By
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But when you think of a shower you think of its efficiency and how it is used to cleanse yourself. By distinguishing the two as their own units you get
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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
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Instead of having the door rest on the inside of the bathtub shell outward-swinging doors stay closed because of heavy-duty bolts that lock the edge of the door frame into
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Plus its an excellent way to show off your tub with plenty of room for other bathroom fixtures. Panels. Let your bathtub take on newfound elegance by adding a triple-panel
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Instead of having the door rest on the inside of the bathtub shell outward-swinging doors stay closed because of heavy-duty bolts that lock the edge of the door frame into