Bath FAQs

A soft cloth and soapy water is all that is needed to get a good finish. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry. There are also special cleaners available that will clean and protect the finish on your tub available at Frank Webb Home.
No single type of bath gives a greater choice. If you're looking for roll-top or slipper bath, then cast-iron offers the most choice. If you are looking at standard baths, then acrylic and fiberglass have a wide range of shapes and sizes.
A standard small tub is 60"x 30". If you are talking about replacing a tub with a new larger or different style tub, measure width right to left and depth front to back to see what you can comfortably fit. You can probably get any feature (air, whirlpool, deeper soaker) without having to increase the length or width of your current tub. If you are looking to get a larger tub for soaking, then it is possible to gain space other places in the bathroom by downsizing a vanity or switching to a pedestal sink.
While porcelain-enamel steel and acrylic baths are generally excellent in their ability to withstand water-soluble materials, they can be affected over time. Cleaning after use will help reduce problems. Lemons left on a hard water stain will help remove it
Yes, with the wide range of designs available, faucets can be located in various positions for use in any bathroom. Be aware there may be additional costs if plumbing work is required.
Yes, most suppliers have baths in their range with no pre-cut faucet holes.
It varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. Some offer up to a 25-yr guarantee.
No, air tubs utilize standard hot and cold supplies found in all households.
If installed correctly, they should work quietly and efficiently, but expect some noise. See a working air tub in a Frank Webb Home near you.
No, they are available in a range of sizes. All the plumbing and the pump are usually hidden beneath the unit, so they do not need to take up more space than a standard bath.
As always any bath fixtures are best installed by professional contractors.
Sanitary ware refers to toilets and sinks generally made of vitreous china. All suppliers offer models in a variety of colors and finishes to complement any bathroom or washroom design. White is the most popular color chosen today.
It is the perfect finish for toilets and sinks because it is extremely durable, easy to clean and can be in service for many years without any deterioration in performance and appearance.
By leaving the floor exposed beneath them, they help make the room appear larger and make it easier to clean around them. Keep in mind that you may want to select more decorative supplies, stops & drains for a wall hung sink since they will be exposed. There are options available in finishes and styles to match the overall style of your bathroom.
They can be installed along-side a toilet, but today there are modern bidet options that are a part of the toilet to save space and can provide a spa-like experience. These have become increasingly popular and come in a number of options. Bidet style seats can also be installed on your current toilet.
Yes. Our experts will help you choose everything you will need from the tub to the toilet paper holder.
It's not absolutely necessary but it helps if you do. Having design ideas is always a good starting point whether it is pictures from a magazine or online. If you have at least an idea of what you're looking for we will work with you to narrow down the options and find the pieces that are best for you. If you're not sure what you want, we can also help you find the products that fit your needs, your style, and your budget.
Depending on your style and taste, the floor and wall tiles can be the most expensive. Other possibly considerable expenses are the fixtures and the shower system. Sometimes we recommend that people spend the most on the fixture or item that is most important to them. If the shower system or vanity is going to be the crowning glory of the bathroom, it makes sense to invest there.
It is generally accepted by experts in the remodeling industry that updating kitchens and bathrooms add the most value. It is true that in certain markets, these improvements may add more than 100 percent of their cost to the value of the home.
Most importantly, keep the lines of communication open between you and the remodeling contractor. Let them know what your family schedule is and whether you have pets confined somewhere. It is important to keep work areas off limits to children and pets for their safety. Because you may have a little extra dust and dirt in your household but keeping the work area off limits will avoid them tracking the dust to other parts of the house.
It's very important. If licensing is required in your state or town, ask for proof of licensing or call the issuing municipality for proof of license. For insurance, ask for a proof of insurance or call the insurance company with whom the contractor is insured to determine coverage.

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