A freestanding bathtub, otherwise known as a stand-alone tub, is a bathtub that stands on its own, allowing you the freedom to install them anywhere in your bath space. Freestanding bathtubs come in a wide variety of materials from composite materials such as cast iron to more natural and refined looking materials such as stone resin. Stone resin, which is a blend of acrylic polymers with resin, offers a lightweight yet very durable bathtub material that can be form fitted for every bath space-no matter how small or large. Here at Badeloft, we have many options to choose from whether you wish to furnish a large area or if you happen to be more space conscious.
Badeloft’s collection of stone resin bathtubs showcases the perfect blend of sophistication and functionality. Crafted from robust white stone resin composite, these stone resin tubs come in either a sleek matte or a lustrous glossy finish.
Their unique design is not only aesthetically pleasing but also promises enduring quality and practicality. Featuring a built-in overflow system, integral design element seamlessly connects to the drain assembly, ensuring convenience and efficiency. The freestanding bathtubs, in particular, offer ample depth from the drain to the overflow, providing a spacious and indulgent experience for a rejuvenating soaking bath.
Here are a few reasons why so many around the world choose our freestanding bathtubs:
Installing a freestanding bathtub by yourself can be a daunting task due to its size and weight. Luckily, our stone resin bathtubs are lighter and easier to install. There are also a wide variety of fixtures to add to your bathtub, such as faucet extenders, faucet heads, drain types, and drain caps. The fixtures you choose will depend on your bathroom and your tub style. Your Badeloft customer service representative will guide you through all of this.
If you have existing plumbing fixtures where you’d like to place your freestanding bathtub, you can install it quite easily on your own. This is especially true if you use our EZ-Drop in drain. You can learn more in our step-by-step guide. If you need to adjust your current plumbing to accommodate your bathtub, please consult a professional.