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Jacuzzi® Freestanding Tubs – Springfield, MO Area
What could be more relaxing than sliding into a bathtub of hot water after a long day? Not much if you ask us! If you dream of creating a spa-like experience in the comfort of your home, we recommend adding a beautiful freestanding tub to the space.
Here at Top Tier Kitchens & Baths, we install high-quality Jacuzzi® freestanding tubs, available in a variety of styles to create the bathroom of your dreams.
If you’re interested in learning more about these top-of-the-line bathtubs or you want to talk to our expert installers about your upcoming bathroom remodel, please don’t hesitate to call us at 417-887-1100 or contact us online.
Jacuzzi® Freestanding Tubs
Just as its name implies a Jacuzzi® freestanding tub is one that does not attach to your walls. Instead, all the sides of the tub are finished and can be placed in almost any area of your bathroom, as long as there is convenient plumbing access.
As one of the leading bathtub manufacturers on the market, Jacuzzi® specializes in creating high-quality, durable freestanding tubs in a variety of styles so there’s something that will appeal to every homeowner.
Different Types of Freestanding Tubs
When you want to add a freestanding tub to your bathroom, you’ll first need to decide what kind of style you want. Here’s a closer look at some of the most popular ones:
- Pedestal tubs: These tubs rest on a stylish base
- Clawfoot tubs: These tubs rest on four “feet”
- Freestanding soaking tubs: These are deep tubs, often in a round or oval shape, allowing you to soak in water up to your shoulders
- Slipper tubs: These have a look similar to a high-heeled shoe, with a raised interior section, making for a comfortable seating area
- Freestanding jetted tub: These tubs include hydrotherapy jets to help ease sore muscles
Benefits of a Jacuzzi® Freestanding Tub
Are you still trying to decide if a Jacuzzi® freestanding tub is right for your needs? Here are some of the benefits of choosing one for your bathroom:
- They can give your bathroom a distinct, high-end look
- They offer more flexibility when planning your bathroom design as you can place them almost anywhere
- They come in a variety of styles and designs to help you create the perfect look in your bathroom
- They are elegant and look more luxurious than other tub styles
- They can make your bathroom look more spacious because of the open area around all the sides
The Most Important Things to Consider When Choosing a Jacuzzi® Freestanding Tub
Our experts here at Top Tier Kitchens & Baths are here to help guide you through the bathroom remodeling process, offering tips and suggestions to ensure you pick the best tub for your needs. As you’re planning your project, here are the top things to consider when deciding which tub to choose:
- The size and shape of the tub that will fit best in your space
- How much weight your bathroom floor can support
- How much you’re comfortable spending on your new tub
- Whether you want to add a shower option to your freestanding tub
- Where you want to place your freestanding tub
- Whether you want to choose a jetted option
During our initial consultation, we’ll talk you through these questions and show you a selection of Jacuzzi® tubs that we believe will best fit your needs.
Why Choose Top Tier Kitchens & Baths?
We understand that remodeling your bathroom can be a stressful process, but we’re here to make your experience a great one. When you hire our company, we’ll provide you with an in-home design consultation, taking the time to listen to your wants and needs so you get the bathroom of your dreams at the end of your project.
Jacuzzi® Freestanding Tub FAQs
What kind of material do Jacuzzi® freestanding tubs come in?
Jacuzzi® freestanding tubs are available in high-quality acrylic, which is known for its durability. Jacuzzi® acrylic tubs are low-maintenance and easy to clean, so you can focus on enjoying your tub, not scrubbing it.
How much clearance do I need around my Jacuzzi® freestanding tub?
As a good rule of thumb, you will need at least 6 inches of clearance around the sides of your tub and at least 12 inches of clearance for the back of the tub. Our installers will help you choose the perfect place to install your new tub.