SaleBestseller No. 1
American Standard 2461.002.020 Cambridge 5-Feet Bath Tub with Right-Hand Drain, White
  • Durable Americast material with glossy porcelain finish
  • Right-Hand outlet
  • Integral apron
  • Full slip-resistant surface
  • American Standard - Style That Works Better
SaleBestseller No. 2
American Standard 2461.002.011 Cambridge Soaking Bathtub Right Hand Outlet, 5-Feet, Arctic
  • Americast construction
  • Glossy porcelain finish
  • Full slip-resistant surface
  • ADA compliant with seat installed at head end
SaleBestseller No. 3
American Standard 2460.002.020 Cambridge 5-Feet Bath Tub with Left-Hand Drain, White
  • Durable Americast material with glossy porcelain finish
  • Left hand outlet
  • Integral apron
  • Full slip-resistant surface
  • American Standard - Style That Works Better
Bestseller No. 4
KOHLER K-1118-LA-0 Expanse 60" x 30" To 36" Curved Alcove Bath with Integral Apron, Tile Flange and Left-Hand Drain, White
  • Curved basin and integral apron create a graceful and spacious bathing experience
  • Tile flange helps prevent water from seeping behind wall and simplifies alcove installation
  • Textured bottom surface
  • Constructed of acrylic
Bestseller No. 5
American Standard 2425V#RHO002.020 Evolution Bathtub with Integral Apron Right Hand Drain Outlet, White
  • Acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement
  • Integral apron with removable access panel
  • Right hand outlet
  • Dual molded-in arm rests
  • Integral 3-sided tile/water retention flange
Bestseller No. 6
KOHLER 20202-LA-0 Underscore Bathtub, White
  • Convenient 19-inch step-over height retains the same depth as a standard 21-inch bath
  • Molded lumbar support offers extra comfort while bathing
  • Slotted overflow allows for deep soaking
  • Integral apron creates a clean, finished look
  • Integral flange helps prevent water from seeping behind wall and simplifies alcove installation
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KOHLER K-1123-RA-0 Archer 5-Foot Bath with Comfort Depth Design, Integral Apron and Right-Hand Drain, White
  • 60"L x 32"W x 19"H
  • Slotted overflow and Comfort Depth® design offers a convenient 19-inch step-over height while retaining the same depth as a standard 21-inch bath
  • Molded lumbar arch gently supports the natural curves of your body
  • Requires K-7271 or K-7272 Clearflo slotted overflow bath drain (sold separately)
  • Textured bottom surface
Bestseller No. 8
KOHLER K-1259-LA-0 Mariposa 6-Foot Bath, White
  • 72-InchL by 36-InchW by 20-InchH
  • Designed for quick and easy installation
  • Three-wall alcove installation
  • Acrylic
  • Designed for one-person bathing
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KOHLER K-1123-LA-96 Archer 5-Foot Bath, Biscuit
  • 5-Foot length
  • 19-Inch height
  • Slotted overflow raises water depth for a deeper soak
  • Armrests and lumbar support
  • Textured bottom surface
Bestseller No. 10
American Standard 2776218W.020 Cadet Integral Apron Whirlpool, White
  • Acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement
  • Integral apron with removable access panel
  • Dual molded-in armrests with elbow supports
  • Ever Clean System
  • Eight multi-directional and individually flow-rate adjustable jets

Remodeling a bathroom always makes a home environment more comfortable. The bathroom might not be a place for entertainment, but it is an area of the home that people spend a lot of time in nonetheless. You need a good bathroom in order to take good care of yourself, and the right bathtub can be very relaxing. This article is going to focus on bathroom remodeling tips in relation to a new bathtub so that you can plan out your project accordingly.

Sometimes when you are wanting to remodel your bathroom, it is difficult if not impossible to keep plumbing where it is located. However, keep that in mind as you plan out your new bathtub in relation to everything else you are changing in the bathroom. Are you going to be able to keep the plumbing in the same location? If not, you can expect the price tag for your bathroom remodel to be significantly higher.

Have you considered the lighting in your bathroom? If you are going to be changing out the tub and looking at other remodeling ideas, it could be a great time to address any needs involving light fixtures. Imagine dimming the lights and then taking a bubble bath. Of course, you could also simply shut off the lights and light a candle.

Still, the lighting fixture idea is to get you thinking about bathroom decor and aesthetics. You will also certainly be wanting to look at the different options for tubs. Do you need a larger tub? What type of shower do you need connected up to the tub? Those antique tubs, or clawfoot tubs, are extremely popular these days.

Are you going to remove the old bathtub and replace it yourself? It sounds like an easy enough task in some ways, but you can imagine that certain complications can arise. That’s okay though because you can always get bathroom remodeling contractors to help you out. They also have quite a lot of experience, and so they will have all kinds of great ideas for a bathroom remodeling project.

Everything needs to be flush and water tight because you don’t want any issues after messing with any plumbing fixtures. You can certainly have control over what goes into the remodel, but you might want to relinquish control to the contractors in regards to carrying out the project. If you do decide to take on the installation yourself, be sure to here the advice that has been left by contractors online.

When remodeling your bathroom and changing out the bathtub, you are also going to want to know how much it costs. The average cost for switching out a bathtub is about $2900 dollars. The cost can be as low as 1,000 dollars though. You can be sure that the costs can be a whole lot more than the average of $2,900 as well. It depends on the type of bathtub that you have chosen for your bathroom remodeling project, and you will be finding that out soon enough.