Independent bathtub is very popular in recent years. If you have space, it is definitely the solution you should consider. The independent bathtub highlights itself, and the design really plays its role. In the selection, you will find the modern and simple interpretation of the message bathtub and the more classic leg design. Taste and pleasure are different. Of course, it is important to find a design that matches the style of the rest of the room.
Shower is easy to be wonderful, but when you slip out of the bathroom, close the door behind you, sink into the bathtub and let yourself be embraced by warm and fragrant water, nothing is better than a spa like experience. If you have a bathtub. The following are expert tips from the product manager of bathtub and bathroom furniture that you can use after you decide to buy a bathtub:
1. Do you have enough space?
This is the first thing you need to know. There are many small bathrooms in Denmark. A bathtub takes up a lot of space, so finally, we must measure whether it can also be there.
2. Shower selection?
If space is tight, you'd better take a shower in the bathtub. So it's important to choose a bathtub. You can also stand under the shower. Practical information: a part of the bottom of the bathtub can be treated with anti-skid treatment to avoid accidents, and there is no need to buy anti-skid pads.
3. Where should I put the bathtub?
Where is the floor drain? Can I put the bathtub there? Where do you want the lamps? Can it do what you want? Today, bathtubs come in many different sizes, lengths and shapes. Of course, you prefer taste and pleasure, and what the bathtub should be used for. Lion feet usually cannot be adjusted, so they do not work well on a floor that is not completely straight. Then it is important to choose adjustable legs that can adapt to the surface.
4. Who should use the bathtub?
Do you have any children or old people in your family? So if you want to use the bathtub often, it's important to make sure it's easy to get in and out of the bathtub. On the other hand, people also want to have a bathtub as deep as possible so that the water can surround the whole body. The bath depth should generally be between 40 and 45 cm.
5. What materials?
The bathtub has several different materials to choose from. The traditional is steel and enamel. It has incredible scratch and impact resistance. If you want to use the bathtub often, it is a very good choice. Composites such as acrylic and cast marble are more modern materials that can maintain longer heat. Using these materials, you can get bathtubs of different shapes, but they are not as durable as steel. Useful information: if you choose steel and enamel, you can usually choose waterproof and antifouling surface treatment. They can easily keep bathtubs clean and reduce the need for cleaners.
6. Built in or independent?
The built-in bathtub complements the bathroom, while the stand-alone bathtub is easy to install. The built-in bathtub is good, but it needs more work, and there are some rules to follow, such as those related to overflow protection. Make sure the work is done correctly! The bathtub can hold a large amount of water. If the water is damaged due to construction failure, it may lead to insurance problems. It's also good to put the bathtub slightly on the floor rather than close to the wall. However, if the bathroom is not so large, taking up too much space may be an impractical solution.