Whether it be for functionality or the ultimate soaking experience, America’s Bath has a variety of options to upgrade your bathtub. Perhaps it’s time set time aside to explore this project and receive an estimate.
Go Ahead…Get Rid of That Ugly Stained Bathtub
Within a day or two, we can replace your existing tub and walls with brand new ones.
Our professional design consultants will walk you through all of these options to help you create your dream bath. Once that is complete, they can then present you with a written estimate right on the spot.
Standard Tubs, deep soak tubs, jetted tubs, drop in tubs
Wall Color & Style
Personalize with 60 colors and 5 different wall finishes including smooth, wavy tile, subway tile, 12 x 12 stone pattern, or matte.
Storage & Accessories
Storage includes small and large caddies or recessed niches all of which can handle large bottle sizes. Accessories include crown molding or other decorative options.
Choose from multiple Moen products which include multiple trim styles, rain heads, hand showers (handhelds), diverters, colors, and more. (We exclusively offer Moen because we almost never have functionality problems that lead to warranty calls unlike other well know name brands)
Typically customers purchasing tubs will opt for the curved shower rod while others select a straight rod or sliding shower glass doors.
Grab bars at the point of entry and on the side wall adds an extra level of protection against slips and falls.
Fast Facts On Tubs
Acrylic vs. Cast Iron vs. Steel Tubs
Acrylic tubs are by far the most popular tub style today for many reasons, but the most important reason is acrylic holds heat the longest. Every brand name you can think of makes an acrylic tub.
Cast iron tubs are still made today but have limited sizing and depth along with they weigh a ton which makes it difficult to get them into your home.
Steel tubs are generally available at big box home improvements stores and are of not good quality from our perspective.
The Bouncy Tub
If you have ever stood in a bathtub that bounces, it’s because it was installed wrong. Acrylic, Fiberglass, and Steel tubs all have gaps between the tub bottom and your subfloor because of the feet these tubs have. This gap is supposed to be filled with a mortar bed to help level the set of the tub which then prevents the bounce you experience. When often happens in a 1-day bath replacement scenario is that these tubs are often not set in a mortar bed because of time or the tub is set in the bed but not left to cure as the install team is walking on it thus disrupting the curing process.
At America’s Bath, we use a high-quality acrylic tub that has a spray foam bottom which prevents any chance of installer error or installer cutting a corner so our customers never have to worry about a bouncy tub.
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The common theme we hear in all our surveys and verbal feedback is how we did what we said and how professional the installers were.