Re: Sunken Tub in shower stall
Posted by Sharon on February 08, 2002 at 10:36:55:
In response to Re: Sunken Tub in shower stall
American Reinforced Plastics makes an acrylic soaking tub (the "sit up" kind with an integral seat) that's 32" deep and only 40" square. It only runs $499 FOB their company in California. Check it out at "http://www.arpbathtubs.com/soaktub.html"


: Can you recommend a way to create a bathtub in the space of a 48 inch square fhower stall? Maybe a sunken tub like a Japanese soaking tub with a step or two down? There is space below, for a sunken tub. How about a recommendation for an already manufactured sunken tub? Soaking is more desireable than hydro jets. Water staying warm is more desireable than constant refilling. Probable soaking time is fifteen minutes. If I need to build a tub pan below the shower pan, that could necessitate a false (swing -up) floor for the shower. Do you have any recommendations for creating a tub in the shower? 2 inch square tiles line the floor now, with a center drain hole. No room to place a standard tub in the 48 inch opening. Or do you know where to get a short tub?




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