Things To Consider
Would you like to share your whirlpool or keep it to yourself? Many of our whirlpool tubs follow the contours of your body. Some provide ample room for two.
Bathroom fixtures set the tone for your total bathroom look. Your toilet, lavatory and whirlpool can have design elements that harmonize with each other.
Your floor may need extra reinforcement to support the added water weight.
Space can be a problem when remodeling an existing bathroom. A slim, 5' long whirlpool can be a solution.
Whirlpools can hold a lot of water, up to 90 gallons which can raise two issues. First, if you live in an area with water shortages, you might consider a smaller model. Second, it may use more water than your hot water heater can hold. Ask your plumber. A second heater can be easily installed or consider an in-line bath heater.
Whirlpool jets should surround and soothe the entire body. There are varying options when it comes to jets depending on manufacturer. Some Jets can be fitted with trim kits to give your tub that added touch of flair.
Is the pump easy to access. What kind of power and speed does the pump have? Does it have a timer, electronic controls, night lights, or inline heaters?
Safety should be an important consideration. Make sure your whirlpool systems are completely UL® listed and approved. Not just individual components. A dedicated circuit is necessary for the pump, and your electrician should install a ground fault circuit interrupter. If it detects a short, it immediately shuts off the power.
All our whirlpools offer a built-in, non-slip surface for added safety
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