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Relax and Unwind with Aquarina Bathtubs

With a new bathtub, you can create a beautiful, comfortable, and inviting bathroom that you can enjoy for years. A beautiful, modern bathtub can make your bathroom look brand new while providing a luxurious place to relax and unwind.

  • Innovative Features: Our selection of bathtubs provides the ultimate relaxation experience. Enjoy features such as a built-in seat, non-slip flooring, and neck rest.
  • Unique Designs: Explore our selection of unique and stylish designs. Our range includes elegant wall-mounted tubs and freestanding bathtubs in various modern and contemporary styles.

Get the Right Fit and Style for Your Bathroom

Aquarina brings sophistication and style to your bathroom. Our selection of bathtubs offers maximum comfort and support that will make your bath time experience lavish. Create a beautiful, comfortable, and inviting bathroom. When purchasing bathtubs, it is vital to consider your bathroom’s measurements, the material you want your bathtub to be made out of, and the style of the bathtub.

Find the perfect bathtubs for your space in Aquarina.

8 Different Types of Bathtubs and How to Choose One

Freestanding Tubs

Their deep basins allow for a relaxing soak, and they are often made of durable materials like cast iron or acrylic, ensuring they will last for years.

Combo Tubs

They offer the convenience of a shower and a bathtub in one space-saving unit.

Corner Tubs

Corner bathtubs are a great way to maximize space in a small bathroom. They fit neatly into the corner of a room and provide ample space for a relaxing bath.

Drop-in Tubs

They are designed to fit seamlessly into any bathroom, regardless of size or shape.

Soaking Tubs

Soaking tubs are typically deeper and wider than regular bathtubs, allowing for a deeper and more relaxing experience.

Walk-in Tubs

These tubs have a door on the side, allowing users to enter and exit without stepping over the edge of traditional bathtubs.

Whirlpool Baths

These tubs provide a combination of hot water and air bubbles that can help to soothe aching muscles and joints, while providing a relaxing and calming atmosphere.

Air Jet Baths

These baths feature jets of air that provide a deep massage to the body, relieving tension and stress.

Pick the Perfect Material for a Refreshing Bath

Bathtubs come in various materials, all of which have unique properties. Make sure to choose the right material!

Fiberglass Bathtubs

It is a lightweight and durable material that is easy to install and maintain. It is also resistant to mould and mildew, making it a great choice for bathtubs.

Porcelain Bathtubs

Porcelain is made from clay and fired at a high temperature. This makes it highly resistant to scratches, chips, and cracks, and it is also resistant to staining.

Acrylic Bathtubs

Acrylic is also non-porous and easy to clean, making it a great choice for households with young children. Its glossy finish and bright colours make it a great choice for modern bathrooms.

Ceramic Bathtubs

An excellent insulator, helping to keep water warm for a longer period of time and a non-porous material that will not absorb dirt and bacteria.

Stone Resin Bathtubs

Stone resin is also eco-friendly, as it is made from recycled materials. It is highly resistant to staining, scratching, and fading.

FAQ

What type of bathtubs are the best to buy?

Stone resin and enamel-coated cast iron bathtubs are the best, as they are highly durable and easy to clean. These materials are also excellent at retaining heat, allowing you to enjoy a hot bath or shower for a long time.

How much is a typical bathtub?

The average cost of a typical bathtub depends on a variety of factors. Generally, basic acrylic bathtubs can range anywhere from $200 to $600. If you are looking for something more luxurious, you can expect to pay up to $2,000 or more.

How much is the bathtub installation?

Installation costs can also vary depending on the type of bathtub you choose and the complexity of the installation. For example, installing a clawfoot bathtub can be much more expensive than a standard drop-in bathtub. On average, installation costs can range from $500 to $1,500.