4 1 2 Foot Bathtub

If you have recently purchased a new bathtub, you will need to consider which style best suits your bathroom. One option is the single-foot bathtub or the double-foot bathtub. This bathtub has only one foot of water inside of it. Many people choose this type because it is the cheapest and easiest to install. They are also less expensive than a traditional cast iron bathtub.

One reason that single-foot or double-foot bathtubs are so popular is because they are easy to fill and empty. These types of bathtubs have a hose attached to the pouring end and a nozzle on the faucet that allows you to pour hot water into the tub. The nozzle can be adjusted to spray the water from different directions.

Bootz Industries Kona 4
Bootz Industries Kona 4

The drawback to these types of tubs is that they take up more room than a standard bathtub and some people do not like having so many drains inside of the bathroom. Some also feel uncomfortable having such close contact with water. Some people who live in small or compact bathrooms find that a single-foot bathtub low is the ideal choice. In fact, this type of bathtub can typically be found in most of the large bathrooms in America.

The double-foot bathtub has a deeper side for soaking and a lower deep part for rinsing. Because of this design, it takes up more room and the installation can be more complicated than a standard bathtub. However, some people find that this type of bathtub is the perfect option for them. The deep end for the water is on the opposite side of the tub and the sink is mounted on the lower side. This makes for easy cleaning and it also allows the user to sit in the tub while it is filling with water.

Antique Original Mini Cast Iron Bath Tub 4 1/2 ft. fleur
Antique Original Mini Cast Iron Bath Tub 4 1/2 ft. fleur

These are tubs that have the lower drain in the back and the upper drain is located in the front. Some people prefer to have them located where the shower will be located in the bathroom so that they do not need to stoop over when taking a shower. However, others love the tubs because they are a good distance away from the showerhead and have plenty of room for the shower head and a foot or two of water when the shower starts. These types of bathtubs are not as deep as the single-foot bathtubs and some people feel that they take up too much room. The depth of these tubs is also dependent on the depth of the tub you purchase.

Natoma 4 1/2
Natoma 4 1/2

The freestanding bathtubs are the least expensive of all the options that you have available to you. You can also have them customized to fit your decor. The downside to these tubs is that they take up more room than other tub sizes and can be difficult to move around if you want to clean them. They are also not as deep as the tubs that sit on the floor and some people do not like having to stoop over to use the bathtub.

4 1/2 ft Clawfoot tub
4 1/2 ft Clawfoot tub

You can also get an in ground double bathtub which has a deep seat and a built in support pillar. These types of bathtubs are usually deeper than the freestanding tub and you may have to install the counter tops yourself. If you are looking for a bathtub that goes in the ground, consider getting a whirlpool bathtub. This bathtub can look really great sitting on the edge of your garden and you can choose to have jets running in the back or have one that does not. Jets will add some excitement to the tub and this can help to make it more relaxing.

There are many different materials that tubs can be made out of so you will want to choose one that is going to be durable and will hold up over time. Plastic and acrylic tubs are going to be the cheapest and they will last the longest but you should make sure that you keep your bathtub away from chemical leaks that can be damaging over time. You may also want to look into getting a fiberglass tub because they are strong and can be made to look just like a wooden tub. These fiberglass tubs cannot hold up to moisture and they cannot hold up to hot temperatures so they should not be used for hot tubs. If you are looking for a tub that is durable and can take a lot of abuse, you may want to consider getting a cast iron bathtub.

4 1/2 ft Clawfoot tub
4 1/2 ft Clawfoot tub

4’1/2 Cast Iron

Bootz Industries Kona 4
Bootz Industries Kona 4

Bootz Industries Kona 4
Bootz Industries Kona 4

SMALL ANTIQUE FREE STANDING CAST IRON 4 1/2 FT CLAW FOOT
SMALL ANTIQUE FREE STANDING CAST IRON 4 1/2 FT CLAW FOOT

KOHLER ProFlex 4
KOHLER ProFlex 4

Crane 4
Crane 4

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Rare Narrow 5 1/2 Foot Claw Foot Tub
Rare Narrow 5 1/2 Foot Claw Foot Tub

Antique Vintage Clawfoot Bath Tub American Standard 4
Antique Vintage Clawfoot Bath Tub American Standard 4

Antique Kohler 1939 4
Antique Kohler 1939 4

8 Soaker Tubs Designed for Small Bathrooms
8 Soaker Tubs Designed for Small Bathrooms

KOHLER 4.5 ft. Front Drain Soaking Tub in White
KOHLER 4.5 ft. Front Drain Soaking Tub in White

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Fine Fixtures 4'.6
Fine Fixtures 4′.6″ Drop In Or Alcove White Soaking small