Model # 2425LC-LHO.020

Internet #100479127

Store SKU #518305

American Standard EverClean 5 ft. x 32 in. Left Drain Whirlpool Tub in White
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American Standard

EverClean 5 ft. x 32 in. Left Drain Whirlpool Tub in White

$599.00 /each

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Everclean Pipe System
Clean Jets Stays Cleaner Than Traditional Jets

The American Standard EverClean 5 ft. Whirlpool Tub incorporates a patented antimicrobial additive molded directly into the water circulation piping to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew on the pipes. This exclusive feature will keep your Whirlpool tub cleaner, longer. You will be able to relax further knowing that The Limited Lifetime Warranty covers parts and In-Home labor. The integral apron with removable access panel design is perfect for replacing a standard bathtub with a Whirlpool tub. This Whirlpool tub features 8 Whirlpool jets, 2 air volume controls for an optimal massage therapy, and 2 molded-in armrests, providing you with greater comfort while bathing. The ledge mounted overflow provides the deepest soaking depth (must order drain separately).

  • 5 ft. x 32 in. x 21.5 in. acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement
  • Exclusive limited lifetime warranty covers in-home service, parts, and labor
  • 8 fully adjustable clean jets for a therapeutic massage
  • Low profile jets are flat and slim to give you a more comfortable, relaxing bath
  • EverClean incorporates a patented antimicrobial additive molded directly into the water circulation piping to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew on the pipes
  • Requires deep soak drain model number 1599.500.020 - sold separately
  • 2 air volume controls with side-mounted on/off switch for easy operational access
  • 2 molded-in armrests and integral lumbar support for greater comfort
  • Includes integral tiling flange for drip prevention and easier tile installation
  • Slip-resistant tub floor for added safety in entering and leaving tub
  • Left-handed drain installation
  • Features easy install heater connection system (heater sold separately model EZHEAT_100)
  • Also available as soaking tub, air bath, and air bath Whirlpool combination
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Not sure which type of bathtub you need? These tips will get you started.

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Customer Questions & Answers

How many gallons of water does it take to fill the tub?

Asked by: Lynn
The total capacity of the 2425 model tub is 70 Gallons.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-20

How do I Clean this tub and jets

Do I have to use specific cleaners? Do I run the jets during cleaning? Where do I find the use and care manual?
Asked by: cogrc777
Please use SpicnSpan and warm water for regular cleaning and to purge the jets fill the tub with warm water, add 1/4 cup bleach and a couple table spoons of Cascade. Run the tub tub for 10-15 minutes then drain and rinse. To receive a copy of the manual please contact customer service at 800-442-1902.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2016-09-14

does this unit come with a tile flange?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes
Answered by: rktekt
Date published: 2016-09-19

Steps to Getting the Tub Functional?

I'm thinking of replacing my current regular tub fixture for this one. That being said, I'm not very familiar with any home improvement project, so I actually do need a step by step to know what I need to do if I get this product and want to use it in my home. From reading the q/a, I think I've gathered: This will require two additional products: a drainer and a heater? Or does it still function without those? If it is required what model numbers are compatible? I'm also a little confused about the lifetime guarantee for parts and in home labor. I'm assuming that it does not include installation, but only for labor/parts required after the unit has been installed. The reason I am confused by this is: if I hire someone or DIY to replace my old tub and install this new one and somehow the person makes a mistake, the warranty covers it? If so, why wouldn't they have some form of installation plan to make sure the tub is properly installed in the first place? Do they have a partner in place and is there a discount if you use them for installation? Thanks!
Asked by: Missmur
The tub does not come with a drain kit, so you will be required to purchase it separately. You can find it here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/American-Standard-Deep-Soak-Drain-1599-500-020/100677630 Internet #100677630 Store SKU # 553243 The specifications mention that the heater is optional, however, every review I've read about this product has mentioned that the purchaser also bought the heater and was very glad they did. Everyone has highly recommended getting the heater. That's what I did as well, and like the others, I'm glad I did that. I can take a long soak in this jetted tub, and the water stays the perfect temperature. There's a removable section of pipe that comes with the tub, and is held in place with some large compression fittings. You simply remove that section and replace it with the heater. On my tub, one of the compression fittings on the removable section was cracked, causing the tub to leak. By replacing it with the heater (which I was going to put in anyway), the problem was solved, because the heater has it's own compression fittings. The heater can be found here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/American-Standard-Safe-T-Heater-9075-120/100057101 Internet # 100057101 This tub will require TWO dedicated 15amp circuits, each with a GFCI circuit breaker. (One for the pump motor, and one for the heater) These special breakers would usually be installed in your circuit breaker panel. This means running two lines from the breaker panel to the tub. It might mean crawling through your attic or basement. Definitely hire this out to a qualified electrician if you have no electrical wiring experience. Remember, you're dealing with electricity near water, and for obvious reasons the electrical must be done right, and must be in compliance with code. While the tub does have a removable panel in the front, it really doesn't provide enough room to access everything. It provides decent access to where the heater is, but does not provide very good access to the pump. For that reason, you will need to create an access area on wall where the foot of the tub (where the pump is located, the wall opposite the water valve) is. This would be a square or rectangular opening you would create in the wall during the framing process. The opening would need to be approximately 2 feet by 2 feet, and would be accessed from the room on the other side of this wall. If I'm not mistaken, this access area is a requirement for home warranty service, otherwise, if they needed to replace the pump, they'd probably have to cut a hole in the wall to get to it, because it can't be easily accessed from the front apron panel. As for the actual installation of the tub, I'm sure there are plumbing companies who could install it for you if you don't feel qualified to do it. If you decide to hire it out, make sure whomever does it is licensed and certified. Check their references. If you wish to tackle the installation yourself, there are many tutorials on Youtube which show you how to install a tub. I installed mine myself. The hardest part for me was getting the old tub out of there. It was a cast iron tub which weighed over 500 pounds. Yikes! We had to smash it into pieces with a sledge hammer to get it out of there. Very messy (and loud!) process. The actual install process for the new tub wasn't too bad. Setting the tub in mortar was a bit challenging. It involved dumping several large dollops of mortar on the floor where the tub would go, and then setting the tub in place on top of it, pressing down so that the tub was sitting in the mortar. I wouldn't say this was extremely difficult, but it is a bit of a messy job, and buckets of mortar aren't exactly lightweight. Everything else about the installation was fairly simple, I thought. Hope this helps.
Answered by: GummyRoach
Date published: 2016-09-09

Is this American Standard whirlpool tub made in the US?

Asked by: Anonymous
This particular tub is produced in Aguascalientes, MX and Salem, OH. Thank you
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can i get the right-sided tub at the same price or is only the left on sale, and why?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, they have both online for the same price.
Answered by: Kimbuddha
Date published: 2015-09-17

replacing existing whirlpool after 14 years, never had a heater, any installation concerns?

It's time to replace a 14 year old (pretty amazing life, no?) American Standard whirlpool tub because the motor started sounding disturbingly loud, which suggests it is dying so I no longer use the jets. I see there is an optional heater for this model, which looks very similar to the model I have. I have never needed more hot water than was available from my spigot, but perhaps that is due to the size of my hot water heater. Current tub is mortared down and the floor has extra bracing. Can I assume basic plumbing and electrical should work with new tub? I will have the tub professionally installed, not DIY. Anything else should know?
Asked by: acousticblues
Tub model 2425LC is heater compatible but keep in mind the heater cannot be plugged into the same circuit as the pump. A new, 15 amp 115 volt dedicated circuit is required.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2016-04-12

what size hole do i need to leave to drop tub in

Asked by: Anonymous
This is an integral apron tub, you should view the installation instructions on the American Standard website for all details about the tub.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

EverClean 5 ft. x 32 in. Left Drain Whirlpool Tub in White is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 55.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love my tub!!! Purchased this tub last year while remodeling the bathroom. Tub stays warm even without the heater. I can lay in the tub for at least an hour without getting cold. Cleaning and disinfecting is easy. Just wished I had more room to put in a longer tub but did fit perfect into my old tub area. Only issue is that the front plastic panel to access the motor is a dull grayish color compared to the white of the tub. It is not to noisy but you do have a the sound of the motor. Would recommend it to anyone looking to switch out their standard tub for something relaxing and soothing. After a stressful day at work, soft music, candles and this tub is just the answer.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product is actually 60-1/4" long; beware that could put a slight damper on the install. Every sin... Product is actually 60-1/4" long; beware that could put a slight damper on the install. Every single stud (wall to wall) in order for this to "drop in". This tub is definitely cool though; my whole family is talking about coming over to take a bath now.... sigh :/
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value Really nice whirlpool tub for the money! My husband has wanted his own whirlpool tub for a long time and he's very pleased with this tub. Jets are not weak and the motor is not loud. It is also deeper than many of the other tubs I looked into which is important for my 6'6" husband! We also purchased the heater that accompanies this tub to keep the water warm longer. Compared to the other more expensive whirlpool tubs out there, this one is a great value for less money.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great tub with no support This tub is great every thing you could want in a compact size & larger than most depth & with, that being said, the tub has no back support & very little floor support. So be prepared to do some custom frame work I even put padding on frame work due to the fiberglass being fairly brittle
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Shadow ring Okay, so like it. I like how it works......but ever since it was pulled out of the box and installed, I noticed a shadow-like ring, all around the tub its like a groove and it seriously looks like a dirt ring and it looks like I need to clean/scrub it!! Its so upsetting. My bathroom is new and sooooo beautiful and people want to look at it and its noticeable, i feel i have to explain that its not dirty. Looks like i dont keep it clean. So embarrassing and frustrating.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy delivery, shipped fast, good quality sum, and looks great. Get plumber. i could not tackle this one. call someone to help install ............................................................
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy This tub was easy to install. Live the jets and the depth if the tub.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this tub 2.5 years ago and have honestly used it MAYBE 12-15 times.....I just went to... I purchased this tub 2.5 years ago and have honestly used it MAYBE 12-15 times.....I just went to start it and it won't turn on! No abuse, kept clean, single person home..... SO SICK OF PROBLEMS WITH HOME DEPOT PRODUCTS!!!! I've spent a lot of money over the years with home depot and seems like there's always something missing, something wrong, something damaged.... beyond frustrated!
Date published: 2016-11-21
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