|Posted by hj on April 16, 2002 at 00:59:53:|
|In response to Re: Tub Choice|
A plumber would not even try to drill the tub for jetting it. There are some companies that do it as a business. Jetted cast iron tubs are very pricey.
: I will be renovating my master bathroom located on the second floor. I would like your opinion as to what type of bathtub to buy e.g. acrylic, cast iron, marble or steel.
: Also what is your opinion of converting a new cast iron into a whirlpool tub and having a plumber install the jetting holes?
: I like the arylic tubs because of the whirlpool ability, sizing, but not the cleaning and noice levels.
: All your thoughts are welcomed.
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