Model # HY1104R

Internet #204195287

Homeward Bath HydroLife 4.27 ft. Right Drain Walk-In Heated Whirlpool Tub in White
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Homeward Bath

HydroLife 4.27 ft. Right Drain Walk-In Heated Whirlpool Tub in White

$441600 /each

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Safest, strongest, and most relaxing tub on the market today. Steam Planet's walk in and accessible bathtubs are the highest quality tub on the market. With their lifetime warranty "inward" and "outward" opening waterproof door designs, their structurally superior fiberglass reinforced acrylic surfaced tub shells and state of the art whirlpool or air jet systems, you will see that "all tubs are not created equal." Steam Planet guarantees quality, durability, longevity, and stand behind all their tubs. If you are looking for a safer and totally relaxing bathing experience, Steam Planet tubs are your choice.

  • Heated Syllent Brand Whirlpool Water Pump and Jets
  • Waterproof outward swinging walk-in door (Limited lifetime warranty on door seal)
  • Molded seat - 17 in. high meets ADA’s height requirement
  • 24 in. wide outward opening door
  • 2 safety grab bars
  • Hand held shower with 4 ft. long hose for convenient showering
  • Water manifold carries a 5 year warranty
  • 2 in. drain system for quicker draining time
  • Easy to remove access panels
  • High quality ABS composite/acrylic with fiber glass backing
  • Tub can be free standing/movable or built in
  • Self leveling feet for quick and sure leveling
  • High volume tub faucet for faster tub filling
  • Convenient/easy to reach controls
  • 4 ft. flexible metal supply hoses for easy water connections
  • Accessory shelf with towel bar
  • Low step-in threshold
  • Satin Finish
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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can this tub be used in a nursing home

can this tub be used in a nursing home
Asked by: Tom
This could be used in a nursing home.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-04-12
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