Browse the manufacturers on this page and visit their sites by clicking the names, we can get you any item that you find. Our 'buyers guide" is below to give you the basics on some of the variables that you will encounter in your selection process.
Whether you’re choosing a bathtub for a newly constructed bathroom or replacing one in an existing bathroom, your first step is to pick the appropriate installation type. An alcove bath is a recessed nook or area within a room. Fixtures designed for corner or three-wall alcove installations feature unfinished exteriors and tile flanges on two to four sides. Corner baths are usually five-sided, with a triangular basin, and designed to accommodate two bathers at once. Fixtures designed for drop-in installation have a self-rimming flange and are often dropped into a raised tile area. Bathtubs can also be installed under-mount which is perfect for designing a clean, quiet, spa-like bathroom space. Freestanding is ideal for a large bathroom or designated bathing area when the bath is the focal point of the room. Bathtubs come in many materials including vitreous china, man-made stone, honed stone, hammered metal and composites. Composite baths offer the benefit of often being compatible with whirlpool options.
While many of the items our manufacturer partners offer are in stock we can get you any product that they currently offer. Browse their websites to find your desired items or visit one of our beautiful showrooms to get a hands on feel for your new kitchen or bath. The images on this page were chosen to demonstrate the style and feel of each manufacturer; they do not represent images of our showrooms. Please navigate to gallery to view pictures or our showrooms.