3:59 PM 05/07/2012
Thank you for the help with clawfoots (that one is for me). Hubby wants a spa tub, probably with jets.
Would very much appreciate advice on getting a good one without the traditional arm and leg loss.
Again, thank you so much.
A good one is one that can easily be installed, has a good quality acrylic where it sits on floor and is a dep soaking tub (one where the overflow is desinged high in relationship to the top of tub line)
Some come with heating... there are also "air bubble tubs" but whirlpools are more theraputic .
We install all kinds of tubs if/when you need an estimate for such.
10:37 PM 05/09/2012 | 0 Votes
dont forget if your husband isn't easily freaked out you'll probably save a bundle if you get a used one. I feel like people install these way more often than they use them, assume there must be a post retail market out there. build it green maybe??
11:14 AM 05/14/2012 | 0 Votes