If you’re about to embark on a bathroom remodeling journey, deciding between a freestanding tub and a bathtub-shower combination may come into play when planning your project. Both options can be excellent for different reasons, but each one may work better for some homeowners than for others. To make your decision easier, we at Jacuzzi Bath Remodel have put together some essential information about both bathtubs and bath-shower combos.
All About Bathtubs
Bathtubs come in a wide variety of shapes, styles, and materials. For example, Jacuzzi® bathtubs come in both jetted and non-jetted models as well as the following installation types:
What separates these bathtubs from tub-shower combinations is that they do not have a showerhead feature attached, so they function differently within the home.
A more versatile option in terms of functionality is a bathtub-shower combination, which does have a showerhead attachment—either static or moveable—at one end of the tub. These are traditionally attached to the walls of the bathroom (though options can vary), making them a good choice for homeowners working with limited space. Bathtub-shower combinations, including those crafted by the Jacuzzi® brand, can also come with or without jets that provide hydrotherapeutic benefits.
Determining the Best Option for You
Both bathtubs and bathtub-shower combinations have their benefits, so the decision of which one works best for you will mainly come down to your style preferences and spatial limitations.
If you would like to discuss your vision for your bathroom remodel with a company who can walk you through all your options for bathtubs and bathtub-shower combinations and help you determine the right choice for you, Jacuzzi Bath Remodel is here to help. Contact us today to get started.