Bathtubs Are Not a Thing of the Past
Baths have been helping people relax and unwind from a hard day's work for years. Whether your need is soaking
, a walk-in
(for those with limited mobility) or simply bathing, bath tub manufacturers
offer tubs with satisfactory results. A wide selection of materials are used to make bathtubs, including enameled steel and acrylic
(most common), copper
, and wood. Wooden bathtubs tend to range on the more luxurious side and are usually handmade and customized to the client's specifications. You can also soak your worries away with a whirlpool tub
that has strategically placed jets or an air tub
, which pushes a steady stream of air into the water for a soothing experience.
Choosing the Right Bathtub with ARCAT
Tubs come in variety of shapes and sizes and in order to fit the right spaces you have to be inventive. A three-wall alcove bathtub
with a shower can be a solution for those with a smaller bathroom area. If size is not an issue, free-standing tubs
such as clawfoot
or soaking tubs can be used as the focal point of your bathroom for added style. With the right amount of space and structural support, you can turn your next bathroom project into a personal oasis with the help of ARCAT's CAD
, and videos on bathtubs here.