tubs showers. Thursday , April 26th , 2018 - 02:19:07 AM
Adding a shower to any clawfoot tub not only adds and entirely new element of usefulness for your bathroom but it will likewise include a amazing visual appeal too. Read this article to learn more about how to add an enclosure to create a shower in your clawfoot tub.
If you or someone in your family has special needs, you might be interested in taking a look at some of the round handicap bath tubs that are available. These tubs are not only made to be accessible by those who have different physical ailments, in many cases they are also designed nicely so that they can fit in with almost any decor. There are several things that you should keep in mind, however, whenever you are choosing one of these tubs.
Tubs and combination tub/shower units are usually set in place before any DWV connections are roughed-in. Its easier to verify the exact location of the drain opening this way, especially because manufacturers specifications often differ from the drain openings actual location on individual units. But before you set the unit, cut a 12-in. by 12-in. cutout in the sub-floor, centered underneath the tubs approximate drain location, to leave plenty of room for the waste and overflow (W&O) tee and tailpiece. After the tub is in place, the tub W&O fitting can be assembled, installed, and connected to the P-trap and DWV system. If the tub will be set on a slab, there should be a tub box, or opening in the slab, with a P-trap and drain already waiting to be connected to the tailpiece of the W&O fitting. In this case, the W&O will already be installed before the tub is set in place, though making the final connection will be a little tricky.
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