October 9, 2019
Little Known Benefits of Acrylic Tubs
April 22, 2018
Acrylic tubs are amazing. If you’re contemplating the purchase of a new bathtub for you home, do not overlook these powerhorses. An acrylic bathtub installation will be one of the best design decisions you make for your next bathroom remodel, and here’s why.
The Little Known Benefits of Acrylic Tubs
Acrylic Tubs Do Not Oxidize
Acrylic materials used for bathtubs and showers are unique in that they do not oxidize. This provides a longer lasting bathtub, and a longer lasting look, for you and your home.
Acrylic tubs are a much faster installation because they are custom fit. During your initial consultation, your Maryland bathroom build/design company will make all the measurements necessary to create your unique bathtub. The tub is then cast and will be installed quicking on the day of your remodel.
Acrylic material on its own cost less that more expensive types of tubs in existence. In addition, with installations being so fast costs on labor are reduced as well. Don’t spend your hard money on a look that you can achieve for far less with a fitted acrylic bathtub.
Variety in Shapes and Sizes
At Bath Doctor we offer a wide variety of design choices, styles, and colors. Many of your options resemble natural stone, marble, and granite. You’ll be sure to find something in our showroom that fits your design and your bathroom.
So Easy to Clean
Acrylic is a low-maintenance material and it requires very little cleaning. Just an occasional scrub with a standard cleaning product will get out even the toughest stains.
Heat Retention is Great for Hot Baths
Looking to take a nice hot and steamy bath? Then an acrylic bath is just what you want. Acrylic liners are great insulators and retain heat at a very high rate, ensuring your bath will be steamy.
With all these reasons to opt for an acrylic bathtub for your bathroom remodel, why select something else? Here at The Bath Doctor, we offer a variety of bathroom design/build services including acrylic tubs. We take the time to sit down to help you select what is best for your home, budget, and style.