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5 Types of Baths to Consider

5 Types of Baths to Consider

Posted in Bath Shower Combo , Bathtub Upgrades , Bathrooms

There are necessary tasks in life that can be either functional or enjoyable. Take food, for example. You can eat something quickly with the purpose of filling your stomach, or you can eat something that you'll take your time to savor.

Bathtubs are the same way. You can use a model that quickly cleans you or you can choose an option that provides better comfort, safety and enjoyment.

The only question is, which type is best for you? From replacement tubs and jacuzzi tubs to tub-shower combos, bath conversions and standalone tubs, there are a variety of baths to consider when upgrading your bathroom. This post will help you choose the right option for you.

1. Replacement Tub

Perhaps you don't want a different type of bathtub, but you definitely need a new one. Whether it's because of wear and tear, damage or an inefficient/uncomfortable design, there are several reasons to consider a replacement tub. Expo Home Improvement can help in this area, helping you select a replacement tub that is bigger, more modern or more usable.

2. Jacuzzi Tub

If relaxation and rejuvenation are your top priorities, a jetted bath may be the best option for you. With a jacuzzi tub, you can ease the aches and pains of a long day thanks to its jetted, ergonomic design. These baths provide hydrotherapy health benefits that promote better sleep, increased energy and improved pain relief.

3. Tub-Shower Combo

If you live with other people, your bathtub may be a source of contention. Different people have different bathing preferences, so it may benefit you to have a bathing option that combines a bathtub and a shower. With a shower-tub combo that is customized to your preferences, you'll get a new bath and shower option in approximately two days, minimizing inconvenience and promoting a better environment that everyone in your house can enjoy.

4. Bath Conversions

If you have an existing tub-shower combo that you want to replace, or you have a shower that you want to convert into a bathtub, a bath conversion might be in order. With this option, a home improvement company like Expo Home Improvement can custom-design a bathtub, shower or tub-shower combo that fits your home's style and desired function.

5. Standalone Bathtubs

If you're looking to make a statement and create a timeless soaking oasis, you can't go wrong with a standalone bath. Freestanding tubs can be the centerpiece of your bathroom, bringing your design vision to life while upgrading your bathing experience.

These are just a few of the bath types available for Texas homeowners these days. For a full selection of options—and to consult with an expert about the best choice for you—contact Expo Home Improvement today.