Dispelling Common Tub-Shower Combo Myths

New white tub-shower combo with glass wallsPeople like having options. An emerging trend in bathroom remodeling is to have a freestanding tub and separate shower, but this is often not a feasible use of space and the cost of having both installed could be prohibitive. A tub-shower combo will allow you to take a shower or bath depending on your mood or preferences. Tub-shower combos are one of the most common fixtures for modern bathrooms, since they’re an affordable way to have the best of both worlds. With the popularity of this fixture comes many questions and some assumptions that may or may not be accurate. Luckily, bathroom remodeling expert BathWraps is here to dispel some common myths about tub-shower combinations.

Myth: A Tub-Shower Combo Poses Problems for the Elderly

The reality is while some tub-shower combos may be difficult to use for those with mobility issues, many modern bathtubs are designed to be accessible and comfortable. For example, there are walk-in tubs on the market that will allow someone with mobility issues to get in and out of the tub portion to enjoy a shower or bath easily. Of course, the next question is often, “Won’t a tub with a door in it leak?” These tubs are designed with regular use in mind, so a walk-in tub-shower combo has features to prevent water from leaking.

Myth: My Bathroom Will Be Unusable for Days or Even Weeks While My New Tub-Shower Combo Is Installed

Installing a tub-shower combo is an intensive renovation. However, when you choose to partner with a qualified bathroom remodeling specialist like BathWraps, oftentimes you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how quick the process can be. Our installers can complete an average tub replacement or tub-to-shower conversion in just one day, minimizing the negative impact that renovating your bathroom can have on your daily routine.

Myth: A Tub-Shower Combo Is High Maintenance

While it’s true that having more fixtures means there will be a little more cleaning required, the difference between caring for a tub-shower combo versus a separate tub or shower is negligible. Whatever type of bathing space you have, the walls, faucets, and floor will still require occasional cleaning. Having a shower-tub combo instead of a freestanding tub or glass-walled shower will usually not have a big impact on the time it takes to clean your bathroom. In fact, if you were used to wiping down a glass-walled shower, you may appreciate having a simple tub-shower combo with a shower curtain instead.

Myth: Tub-Shower Combos Are Outdated

Many consider tub-shower combos to have a more traditional aesthetic, but they remain one of the most popular bathing space choices for a reason. Besides having the advantage of being able to shower or bathe, you also have the ability to customize your tub-shower combo in various patterns, colors, and fixtures so you can put together an elevated, modern look that appeals to your inner trendsetting designer.

Myth: Tub-Shower Combos Are Just for Small Spaces

Tub-shower combos are a great choice for smaller bathrooms thanks to their space-saving design. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have one in a large bathroom! Instead of installing both a shower and tub simply because the space is there, you can open up the room and save yourself some money by choosing a tub-shower combo.

Are you thinking of getting a tub-to-shower conversion or installing a tub-shower combo in your bathroom? BathWraps is an industry leader in the bathroom space, combining innovative designs with flawless manufacturing for simply transformative products that are sure to impress. Get pricing for your project from one of our authorized dealers today and you could be enjoying your new bathing space in no time!

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