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Bath tub tips from the pros!

"The bathroom is the private oasis in the home where you want to unwind and recharge," says Haley Davis, product manager with Mansfield Plumbing. "For some people that means a good, long soak in a deep tub with quiet music in the background. For others it means a vigorous whirlpool experience with pulsating jets of water to soothe your muscles."



Davis recommends discussing your bathing preferences with your builder before any bathroom fixtures are ordered. Bathtub types include:

Soaking Tubs - Ergonomically designed and significantly deeper than standard bathtubs, a soaking tub allows full body support and deep immersion into comforting waters.

Whirlpool Tubs - Precision aimed jets of water can relax and rejuvenate the body in a whirlpool bath. Strategically-placed jets target different parts of the body for deep tissue massage.

Air Massage Baths - While whirlpools circulate water from the bathtub to massage the body, air baths inject streams of air into the bathing well, surrounding the body with millions of therapeutic bubbles. Choices include vigorous hydrotherapy massages and softer, more soothing baths.

Walk-in Tubs - If getting in and out of a tub is a challenge now (or you think it might be in the future) a tall walk-in tub with an inward swinging door is the ideal solution. Created with an ADA-height seat, the tub provides a deep well for bathing with options for air massage and whirlpool jets.

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