Bathtubs

     Installation Styles 101

Freestanding tubs do not require surrounding material because they are designed to stand alone. For this reason sometimes they require creative faucet configurations from the wall or the floor. Today we offer Air hydrotherapy on a few of our freestanding tubs. 
Freestanding Tubs
Drop-in tubs are designed to be installed into a hole cut out of the tub deck, or surrounding. The supporting area is typically made of material such as granite, marble, tile or another engineered solid surface. Today we offer drop-in designs as soaker models, as well as Air, Whirlpool, or Combos.
Drop In Tubs
Walk-In Tubs are designed to fit in an alcove or a more open space with one, two or three walls surrounding. These tubs are taller, and feature a door and a seat. Today we offer walk-in designs as soaker models, as well as Air, Whirlpool, or Combos. You can also upgrade with heated backrest, grab bars, and lights. These are perfect for anyone who faces mobility challenges or wishes to age in your own home. 
Walk-In Tubs
Alcove installations are most common in secondary bathrooms, where there are three walls surrounding the tub. A tile flange is required on each side for a water-tight and finished appearance. Today we offer alcove designs as soaker models, as well as Air, Whirlpool, or Combos.
Alcove Tubs
Undermount tubs are similar to drop-in, but designed for “undermounting,” beneath the tub deck. For these, the deck is cut out so that the opening exactly mimics the size and shape of the top of the basin, leaving only the inside of the basin visible. Today we offer undermount designs as soaker models, as well as Air, Whirlpool, or Combos.
Undermount Tubs
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Shape
  • Installation
  • Length
  • Collection
  • Drain Placement