Refine Results By
Please select from the list below for the color (tub finish) that will best suit your decor needs.
Drop-In, Undermount, Alcove, Corner, Free Standing, Walk-In:
The attributes below allow you to narrow your selection based on broader terms such as ADA (ADA Compliant Tubs) and Apron Front (Skirted, Three-Wall Alcove Tubs).
Number of Handles
Please select from the list below if there was a particular material you were interested in. Note: Most acrylic tubs have a fiberglass reinforced underbelly.
More Ways to Shop
More Ways to Shop
This section allows you to filter your results by shopping attributes. For example, clicking on "In Stock" will remove all out-of-stock products from the results.
Bathtub pricing is widely varied. Soaking tubs start around $400, while Combination Air / Whirlpool tubs can top $7000. When budgeting for tubs, we encourage you to take some time to consider the fact that although you may not use your current tub very often, once replaced, new tubs often times become the bathroom center piece. One of the more common bathroom remodel regrets we hear: "I wish I had gotten a better tub." Don't make the same mistake - An extra $500-$1000 may sound like a lot, but can be the tipping point between good and excellent.
Total height of the tub. Includes the tub shell, and any plumbing and installation materials, and tub components (pump, heater, etc.).
The first measurement given in product titles. If you imagine yourself laying down inside a tub, length measures the head-to-toe dimension.
The second measurement given in product titles. If you imagine yourself laying down inside a tub, width measures the shoulder-to-shoulder dimension.
Depth measures the maximum water depth. It is the dimension from tub floor to the tub overflow (built into tub drain).
This section allows you to tub shapes. This can be particularly helpful for those replacing existing tubs.
Note: The following information applies to Drop-In whirlpool tubs only. If you are ordering an Alcove tub, you do not need to worry about drain or pump placement, just be sure to order the correct drain placement (right or left) using the tub skirt as the tub's front. Drop-In tubs, however, do not have a tub skirt, making clarification of the tub front necessary. People commonly think that because Drop-Ins do not have a skirt, that they are reversible, however this is only true for Soaking and Air tubs where an access panel is not necessary. But for Whirlpool tubs, you will need to match the pump location to your access panel. This is achieved by designating the tub drain as the tub front. Notice how this affects the pump locations in the examples below and be sure to order accordingly.
Height To Overflow
Drain Assembly Included