Steel bathtubs are the most common in homes today.
Steel baths are a good alternative to cast iron. They have a lot of advantages, one of which is weight. They are almost 4-5 times weight less than cast iron baths. Also they cost less than the cast iron. Steel baths come in different forms, and in addition, these baths have a wall thickness of 2.3 mm, which allows to keep water warm.
A major disadvantage of the steel bath, in the opinion of customers, is a loud rumbling sound from the blow jets of water on the bottom of the bath. As the bath is filling, this unpleasant sound is lost, but when the bath is not filled, it sounds sound like a ringing.
Steel baths are very light and unstable, so besides the full-mount for mounting a good thing to provide for an additional fastening on the perimeter.
There are two different type of the steel tubs on the market today - enameled bathtubs and stainless bathtubs.
Enameled tubs are covered with very high-quality enamel. And, in general, enameled steel baths are strong enough and comfortable. The main advantage of the enamel baths is that it can be restore if the enamel chipped or cracked.
Stainless bathtubs can give you that extraordinary touch for your bath that you may be looking for, they do have certain disadvantages. They are more expensive that other baths and sometimes you may not get what you need for your bathroom - it may require a custom made tub for you bath.
Stainless bathtubs fit perfectly with today's trend to make your home really unique in every aspect and truly one-of-a-kind. Return Home from Steel BathtubsReturn to Bathtub