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Regardless of whether you want a traditional freestanding bathtub, a modern whirlpool bath, or a slipper bath, Victorian Plumbing has something for everyone. Bathtubs form the centrepiece of your bathroom, so choosing the right style is important. Our extensive range of baths will look fantastic in any bathroom.
The bathtub is a natural centrepiece for your bathroom and as such is both a fantastic opportunity to make a statement, and a real investment in your home. We stock bathtubs in a range of materials and builds, but all are constructed with both quality and style. Modern and standard baths tend to be built from double skinned acrylic, which is both flexible and lightweight - ideal for standing up to the stresses and strains of modern life.
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1700mm Curved Shower Bath with Screen and Acrylic Front Panel
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15 Dec 2014
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Curved Shower Bath 1700mm (inc. Screen and Acrylic Panel)

Great stuff and Great service

Highly recommended

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Hudson Reed High Gloss White Front Bath Panel - 5 Size Options
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10 Dec 2014
 

Hudson Reed High Gloss White Front Bath Panel - 5 Size Options

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Modena 1665 Modern Slipper Free Standing Bath
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25 Nov 2014
 

Modena 1665 Modern Slipper Free Standing Bath

Not fit for purpose

The bath looks great and all well until fitted. The bath is totally unstable, there are no fixings to secure to floor and feet do not keep flat. Consequently there is a huge problem if you knock the edge of the bath, as it moves a lot. I have 3 children who will be unable to use the bath as no weight can be put on the edge (ie climbing in and out!). This actually tips the bath! I have received no helpful advice from Victorian plumbing and we have a pretty but useless bath!

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Introduction to Baths

A bath is the centrepiece of any bathroom, and there are many stunning, practical designs on the market for those who want to bathe in luxury. Adding a bath will transform the appearance of the bathroom and can even add value to your house.

Your Options

What thickness bath do I need?
Most acrylic baths have a thickness of between 5-10mm. Double skinned acrylic baths are much more durable and will provide you with a reliable, robust product that will last longer as a result. Generally, baths that are at least 8mm thick are a good option to go for as they have less risk of cracking.

What Material should I buy?
Baths are normally found in either acrylic, steel, or cast iron finishes.

Acrylic: By far the most common baths are acrylic versions, which is mainly due to their general affordability and versatility.

Double skinned acrylic: These options are more practical for daily use as they feature a stronger build quality overall. Acrylic baths are ideal if you want to position the item anywhere in the room, and these products will also suit any style of décor you have chosen.

Enamelled steel: These bathtubs are very sturdy, resisting scratches and general damage much easier than acrylic items. They also have the benefit of keeping the water warm for longer too thanks to their insulation properties.

These baths are a good idea if there are numerous people using it on a regular basis.

Cast iron: Great for offering an air of luxury. For a stunning traditional appearance these are the ultimate items to go for. Their high levels of durability, ability to keep water warm for long periods of time, plus fantastic styling make these bathtubs an ideal centrepiece for period bathrooms.

Natural stone: These beautifully sculpted baths look superb in contemporary environments, as their sleek, smooth lines lend themselves well to modern styling. They can retain heat for longer periods than acrylic bathtubs due to the thickness of their bodies.

They are manufactured using natural stone and a mineral resin, which is processed to give a tough, durable finish.

Additional Features

Do feet come with all types of baths?
Feet only generally come with freestanding bathtubs, providing a stylish element that complements their style. They can be added to other types of bath but they are usually reserved for more traditional looking, freestanding versions. Styles of feet include sleek, simplistic items as well as more ornate looking ball and claw examples.

Do I need a waste?

A waste is an essential part of any bath, as they provide an efficient draining method, quickly and safely removing excess water. Your bathtub will require a waste of some kind, and there is a wide variety to choose from including plug and chain and pop up options to suit the general style of your bath.

What about an overflow?

Pretty much all bathtubs will have some kind of overflow system incorporated into their design. This adds an extra level of safety, ensuring drainage is sufficient. Choose from modern or traditionally inspired options in order to create a matching aesthetic. Sleek designs such as flat, square shaped wastes and overflows look great in contemporary settings, while gold variants are ideal for period influenced setups. Many overflows come attached to the waste via a concealed pipe.