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If you’re in the market for a new bathtub, you’re quickly going to realize there are a few different options available, including the desirable freestanding tub. But for most people, alcove bathtubs are pretty much the standard when it comes to style and function.
Alcove bathtubs are typically enclosed by three walls, remaining open on one side. The open side is commonly covered or enclosed with a curtain or door. Alcove bathtubs come in a variety of sizes and shapes, with options for jets and shower capabilities. Alcove bathtubs can also come in a wide variety of materials, including fiberglass, acrylic, and cast iron. Alcove bathtubs come in a wide range of prices to meet a variety of project budgets.
Alcove bathtubs have a couple of big advantages when it comes to function and design. But there’s also one important downside: