The baths were items essential in the homes of the Victorian era. The original model was heavy, loud and done with feet of cast iron. Currently, this type of tub fits almost anywhere. Sizes range from 120cm and, if you have a good pipe in your home, you can easily turn corner of the closet or small bathroom in a Victorian bathtub area.
Instructions to install Victorian bathtub:
Measure the size of the space you have to put the tub. Repair or replace the bottom floor of the old tub before putting the new. Measure the width of the bathroom door, to make sure you get carry the part. Choose the tub to your liking. Buy drains, the tap and the most suitable supply hose.
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Remove the bathtub box. Place wooden blocks down, to lift it off the ground while you hold the feet. Remove the blocks and drop it on the floor, checking the level. If the plumbing is already done, install the faucet and drain hoses. Cut the drain to fit properly using a metal saw. If you need new pipeline, hire a professional plumber.
Finally, to install Victorian bathtub, install a box around the tub. Place shower stuck on the wall or mobile model from the tap.