The 3 Best Japanese Soaking Bathtubs


Japanese soaking bathtubs are quite different from bathtubs in the United States and pretty much the rest of the world. Most Americans are now starting to appreciate these designs of tubs due to the benefits they provide. A Japanese soaking bathtubs is designed for deep soaking. They are taller than other bathtubs and come with … Read more

The 5 Best Copper Bathtubs


While most bathtubs sold today are either made of fiberglass, acrylic or cast-iron, few are made of copper. I love copper tubs. Apart from being such an attractive material, copper tubs are quite solid and will last a lifetime. Most if not all copper tubs fall in the class of bathtubs known as freestanding bathtubs. … Read more

Freestanding Bathtubs – Everything to Know Before Buying One


Almost every homeowner today wants to own a freestanding bathtub in the bathroom. And they are right. You can’t compare a freestanding bathtub with the 3-wall alcove bathtubs we all grew up with in our homes. Freestanding bathtubs are beautiful, stylish and elegant. They come in different shapes and sizes, meaning you can style your … Read more

Clawfoot Bathtubs – Everything You Need to Know


Clawfoot bathtubs are elegant, beautiful and stylish. They look great in modern, as well as old/Victorian-styled bathrooms. There are however a few things that you first need to know before buying a clawfoot bathtub. Clawfoot tubs are the oldest type of freestanding bathtubs. They are originally from Europe and were primarily made of copper or … Read more

Acrylic vs Fiberglass Bathtubs – Pros, Cons and Comparisons


Which Bathtub is Better, Acrylic or Fiberglass? Acrylic and fiberglass bathtubs are 2 of the most common bathtub materials in the market. You will find them in almost all home improvement stores, unlike other high-end types like cast-iron, copper and cultured stone tubs. Which is a better tub between one made of fiberglass and another … Read more

Sink Smells Like Sewer/Rotten Eggs?


Why Does My Sink Smell Like a Sewer? A kitchen or bathroom sink smelling like a sewer is not unusual. All fixtures in your house have a drain but those drains are not independent. They all drain into the main house drainpipe that is connected to the city’s sewer lines. If one fixture’s drainpipe has … Read more