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Premier Double Ended Back to Wall Roll Top Bath Inc. Chrome Legs - 1700mm Medium Image
A Lovely Bath
18th Nov 2019
Its a very heavy bath and good quality materials.I used waterfall taps with a shower head to compliment the bath. Its very deep, going to take a lot of water to get a decent bath but as we normally shower this will be a treat. We have it in a compact main bathroom because it had a smaller depth from the wall outwards meaning we could accommodate a toilet in close proximity.If I had any concerns it would be having it delivered by one person. I had to help get it indoor and boy its heavy. I didn't like the delivery person dragging it from the van to my door because despite the packaging on the corners the main bath was exposed and I was petrified that the bath might get damaged.[
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Buying Guide


If you're looking for something which maintains the timeless style of a traditional bathtub while also keeping things functional for daily use then one of the best options is something which might not have crossed your mind; fitting a back to wall bath. Not sure what you need to look out for? This guide will explain all you need to know.

What actually is a back to wall bath?

Back to wall baths are essentially freestanding tubs which you position against a wall rather than in the centre of the room.

This works really well if you're short of space as trying to shoehorn a freestanding bath into the middle of a small room for example can actually make things look worse and affect the practicality of your surroundings too as things will begin to feel cramped as a result.

Is there anything I need to buy separately?

You won't usually receive any taps with your back to wall bathtub so remember to factor this into your budget. Some of our designs do actually come with a fitted waste however you will have to purchase one separately for other baths; the product description will inform you of this.

What taps will I need?

This depends on the style of bath more than anything. Some baths will allow you to install deck mounted taps (although you'll probably have to drill the holes yourself for this) while others will benefit from wall mounted taps instead if the edge of the tub is a little too thin. Wall mounted taps do allow you create a minimalist look so this is worth keeping in mind.

How easy are they to install?

Like a lot of plumbing jobs, fitting a back to wall bath yourself can be tricky if you don't have previous experience with this kind of task. If you've tackled bath installation before then it should be pretty straight forward however if you're a novice when it comes to DIY then we suggest contacting a plumber to install everything for you.