How Many Gallons of Water Are In A Walk-In Tub?
Posted on January 07, 2019
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The average walk-in tub typically holds somewhere between 40 and 80 gallons of water. By comparison, a standard bathtub typically only holds 25 to 45 gallons of water. When deciding to purchase a walk-in tub, it's important to understand your hot water heater's capacity. If your walk-in tub can hold more water than your water heater, you might run out of hot water before your walk-in tub is filled.
How Long Do Walk-in Tubs Take to Fill?
It all depends on your water pressure and fixtures, but many walk-in tubs can be filled within about 10 minutes. Thanks to FAST FILLTM technology, however, the Jacuzzi® walk-in tubs installed by Expo Home Improvement fill twice as fast as other tubs.
How Quickly Can Walk-in Tubs Drain?
This also depends on your plumbing and the tub, but some discount walk-in tubs can take up to 15 minutes to drain. The Jacuzzi® walk-in tubs installed by Expo Home Improvement drain two times faster than average tubs because of Fast Drain technology, which helps users avoid becoming cold while waiting for their tub to drain.
Expo Home Improvement Offers Top-of-the-Line Jacuzzi® Walk-in Tubs Designed with Safety, Luxury, and Independence in Mind
Expo Home Improvement is the exclusive dealer of incredible Jacuzzi® walk-in tubs in the Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio areas. These tubs are perfect for people seeking a safer and more luxurious way to bathe. Instead of having to climb over a high wall and risk slipping and falling, you can enter our walk-in tubs through our large door openings with a low step-in. Once inside, you will enjoy the built-in ADA compliant seat, ergonomic grab bar, 100 percent leak-proof locking door, and slip-resistant flooring. Plus, our tubs can be equipped with a variety of features such as massaging jets, heated surfaces, and Epsom-salt compatibility to take your bathing experience to another level.
To learn more about the Jacuzzi® walk-in tubs that Expo Home Improvement has available to homeowners in the Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio areas, as well as throughout Central Texas, contact the experts at Expo Home Improvment today.