Houzz TV: 71 Dream Bathtub Views

Houzz TV: 71 Dream Bathtub Views

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Houzz TV: 71 Dream Bathtub Views

The bathtub tops the list for many people when it comes to ideal locations to unwind in after a long day. Add a breathtaking view and you might never want to leave. Here’s a collection of some of our favorite tubs with incredible views. Which would you like to sink into?

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Judith Christian
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janspahn

Ocean or lake, please!

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sssheikh
Too much but cool!
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It could be Vancouver Island!
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D 51
Outstanding!!! Really enjoyed the myriad of choices and views!
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Rodney Thornton

I dislike the videos. I just want some pretty pictures. Its easier to scroll through and I can skip pictures I don't like and linger on those I do.

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Deborah Rolfe

Rodney you can just click on full story and scroll pics then only. I also prefer to.

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Windermere Homes & Estates

The bathrooms are absolutely stunning, and how fortunate to have the views to go with it!


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tempestj56

Oh my word! My eyeballs watered with first awe at the beauty of God's creation and the beauty of these havens. The view of the water in some of the photos was so amazingly beautiful, they took my breath away. And the mountains? Glorious. I did kind of picture Bigfoot peering in the window eating beef jerky though...LOL. Trust Houzz to dazzle us with the stunning beauty of these magnificent sanctuaries. And I'm just a little envious the owners get to enjoy such views. I do have trees and a school outside my window and I love to see the trees and the children so...I am still blessed.

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Lake Erie views from the tub

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Marcey McDonald

72 ways to relax! lovely each has it's own personality


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queenopearls

I adore the wonderful tub vignettes ... even more so the ones where you can see outside while you are IN the tub. :)))

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Patricia Parrish

Beautiful views for a cocktail but I prefer privacy for my bath!

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Pester
Winter or Summer, I can't think of a better place to relax.
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Jan Burgess

Which one of those is a deep/soaking tub?

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beleblanc

Bathtubs, ahhh. Love them.

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The Bath Works, Inc.

Cupola Ridge - The Bath Works - St. Lyon bathtub

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hhenkind

My first reaction is that I'm so jealous of ALL of these views! And funny that most of the tubs seemed to be the same. I loved the tub with the high back on one side (photo 32). Not understanding how you relax in the rectangular tubs, though. I loved the snowy mountain views and anything with a meadow. But really, all so gorgeous! I want to move! 21 looked like a Magritte painting and I loved the views in 46 with the English Countryside. The still photos didn't show the Sonoran desert photo, which I also loved in the slideshow.

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sylvestercat

Wonderful. puts me in the mood to buy a new house and start again.

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Kaaren Baumgartner

Seeking a tub w/ mosta these features: figure-8-shaped air tub suitable to under-mount (or just an edge on top the surround) that has a sloped back, arm rests, grab bars, seat in the bottom, and heated water (although maybe it could be insulated?). I do not need, or care to pay for, the other luxuries of colors, aromatherapy, vibration, etc....would be nice, but...

I love so many of the tubs shown, esp the contemporary ones, but many just don't look comfortable. Also, aging, I would like a nice, wider deck to sit on to get in and outta the tub, which rules out the free-standing ones. Tubs like what I seek tend to be acrylic, another issue to consider. Am a tubber, so the right tub is important to me. Any advice or information appreciated.

On the hunt... P.S. Have a tall, narrow view onto a woods.

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carol288

I like the ad before the video with the double washing machine. I love the music in the video. Anyone know the artist?

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jaceymae

Any way to get specific info on particular selections? Like the wobbly sided round one, or the stone looking round one?

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mrsben

All in all, gorgeous views without a doubt. The ones with the water are mesmerizing however I think my favourite is #46 and the English Countryside.

@Kaaren B.: Am not a designer, but from your description you might want to be looking at a tub that has a flange and no skirt. That way, you can build around it and have any type of surround you wish. As for its design; do a Houzz or Web Search. Also shall add though as beautiful as what these 'free standing tubs' are; since I grew up with a cast iron claw foot tub I would be very reluctant to even consider one. Reason, even as a gangly long-legged teenager it was a feat to get into and out of them and regardless the cast iron retained the heat of the water I wonder if the new ones do to the same extent. Also think about the amount of water it takes to fully appreciate them. In summary, to each their own and choose what pleases you but ensure prior to purchasing one .... that you try it out.

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jacx27

I love all the beautiful pictures provided but it is disappointing that there are so few that provide specifics on the feature items (tub/faucet sets) even when requested. Seems kind of pointless if you can't get the details up front when that is clearly the reason most people are probably taking the time to view.

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The Ficus Wrangler

Breathtaking! But still no walk-in tubs? Y'all do know that the number of folks who need such things is increasing exponentially, right?

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vgunter

Great ideas for my bathroom remodel.

   
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qfebythesea

We are just in the process of beginning a complete main floor demolition and renovation, so this piece is timely: thank you, Houzz. Thanks for the comments above regarding comfort, ageing, and ease of access for the bathtub - an essential master bathroom element for me. I will be eagerly parsing upcoming comments to ensure we incorporate function and comfort as well as aesthetics in our build. Learning from experienced "Houzzers" for our entire renovation planning has helped us avoid unimagined problems. Thanks for sharing your ideas and issues. One thing I want to ensure in the master bath is that we can actually see and enjoy our ocean view from inside the bathtub itself and not just from standing eye level where we tend to plan and take photographs of bathtubs. Thanks again to all commenters; your thoughts and experiences are so valuable and appreciated.


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be_steve

All with awesome views, but I'm really not a bath person . . . maybe a similar collection featuring showers !?

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Ancient Surfaces

For your viewing pleasure. A Never Seen Before Ancient Marble Block hand carved and hewed.

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Shelley Oyen Hindman

@ Karen B: you might want to check out this link: http://www.maax.com/en/products/bathtubs/rectangular/lopez . I believe it comes without the jets, has armrests and grab bars on it. I'm not sure what kind of seat you want, something separate or raised from the bottom of the tub?The heated water part has me confused, I know you can get some tubs with a heated backrest area but are you saying you want the tub to continually heat the water?? Not sure I've ever heard of that. Hope the link helps some!

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New Mood Design LLC

Brian, many thanks for featuring one of New Mood Design's luxury bathroom projects in your feature! Love seeing our design work among that of other designers on Houzz! Thank you! www.newmooddesign.com

   
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bwlake

I loved the views and all the different style of bathtubs. However, I usually can skim through pictures faster. I could not focus on too much else before it switch. Then I guess I was getting the buffering effect because it would stop, and I would have double images. I prefer to go through pictures at my own speed.

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judykz

Our newly remodel master bath with backyard hillside view!

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Louise Milon

Sooo many wonderful bathtub choices!!! You can make your own pardise.

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Maurice Edwards Architect

Houzz - what is missing from the photos are the identities of each bath. Obtaining this info and adding it to each image would be most helpful to designers and architects. Maurice E

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Bonnie Phemister

I have a view with no privacy--I wondered about one-way glass. Does it work ? I don't want a mirror effect on the outside. Any ideas?

   
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Kuche+Cucina

I'm reday to move in!

   
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ewe3

My husband could not understand when we designed our master suite addition why in the world I wanted a bathtub in front of a window . If I had had this article at the time, I would not have had to explain repeatedly. Fast forward 1 1/2 years -- that spot prompts many compliments from anyone who gets a tour of our house. But the reality that is a well-kept secret is that (I don't take baths in the daytime -- too busy -- nor frequently or regularly -- mostly showers -- so I don't take advantage of the view that was planned for that spot) -- shhh, please don't tell anyone, especially my husband. It is a beautiful spot and balances the overall space, and I love to stand in the bathroom and enjoy the way it looks, but if that hadn't been an anchor element during the design phase (because I was taken in by pictures such as the above), the space might have been configured differently. And what I just said didn't really hit me until 5 minutes ago as I was scrolling through the pictures. (The tub is set up to take in the view of the lake, which you can't see in this picture, while relaxing in the bath.)


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michellehouse12

Oh, MY!!!! Some of those views are so beautiful they don't seem REAL!

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kierlakin
Hmmm. All I can think of with those freestanding tubs is what a pain to clean around them it would be. Then again, I'm sure most of these owners never have to clean anything!
I understand that this is just a fantasy world for most of us. Just sayin.....
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piggybunny

The one with the view of the huge Pine tree is ecstatic!!! Wahh~ The altitude and everything~ It'd feel like living in a fairy tail.

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Before and After by TM. WOW.



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Melanie Hevel-Olson

@Rodney Thornton They give you the option of video or scrolling or slideshow. You just click where it says "click here to see the full story" : )

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beckysimpson1

All so gorgeous. My dream it to look out a window while I'm in the tub. Love the 1/2" round beige tile with the dark grout.

   
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bawb11

This web site is useless .You show pictures but do not say where to get the products. It drives me crazy. I'm out!

   
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Eva Lutz

My next master bathroom will have free standing tub looking out into garden or have a water view. Sunset view would be awesome !

   
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bhgmom14
Incredible, serene, calming view!
   
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bhgmom14
Love!!! Great colors and view!
   
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bhgmom14
Wow! Incredible view!
   
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Love the wood and the view!
   
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bhgmom14
Sorry...was making comments on individual pix. So many great pix!
   
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Kaaren Baumgartner

MrsBen:. I do intend to have a custom surround built w/ a wider deck on the entry/exit side of the tub and w/ either small flange or an undermount. I've given up on free-standing because of future anticipated limitations and the limitations of my budget. New tubs now can come w/ heating units to keep the water warm while bathing and many other features too, but you still hafta wash yourself! Air tubs have holes around almost the bottom of the tub, providing relaxing bubbles but not strong air jets like whirlpools. Some have low seats in them where your legs lower into a deeper part allowing the air bubbles to caress your thighs. You may use bath salts, etc. w/ them unlike whirlpools, and they don't have to be filled w/ excess amounts of water unless that is your choice. Take a look at some of these brands...Bain Ultra, Aquatics, Aqualine, Jason, and MAXX to name a few.

Thank you for your suggestions...I appreciate the help.

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Kaaren Baumgartner

Shelley Oyen Hindeman:. Some of these tubs, notably those by Aquatics, have a figure 8 shape. They have a bottom that is not flat, but a molded low seat that allow the legs to sink down into a lower pool allowing the air bubbles to caress the thighs. It's kinda like a very low, molded chair in the bottom of the tub...maybe like a beach/sand chair sits. Looked at the MAXX link. Many thanks; it's a brand I didn't know. I am giving strong weight to an Aquatics tub and have been reading reviews on air tubs on the Houzz related site...Garden Web. Now, to find a local dealer and see some of these brands mentioned to MrsBen in my post above. Many thanks for all your help. Houzzers are the best, and the comments often better than the info in the articles. Again, thanks.

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Kaaren Baumgartner

Ewe3...Hop in that tub some Sunday afternoon and just enjoy it. You don't hafta stay in there all day, you don't hafta fill it all up, just a bit of relaxing, maybe after your busy time is over.

My view is like yours but my window is floor to ceiling, tall but very narrow. I hope to be able to turn the new tub, on the remodel, so I face the window and not look at it sideways like my tub is now and yours seems to be in the pix.

Well, I am a tubber, but I still think you might enjoy it. Try it again sometime. I'm sure your husband probably knows you don't use it...ha ha.

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pattipelletier

roman showers

   
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lillawatson

Not even one was a Jacuzzi , so sorry ,you couldn't even give me one of those.

   
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merjoy7

Need to know the music throughout this video. Loved it!


   
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pdk920

I am inspired. If I were young, and wealthy, and building a dream house, I'd have a lovely old tub with a window with a nice view. Just beyond the window I'd have a waterfall (recirculating, of course) so it would feel like one of those wonderful trails where you hike in and stand behind the falling water. Relaxing behind a curtain of water... imagine the sight and sound!

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ewe3

LOL Kaaren, yes, you're right. I am still very happy to have the tub in such a lovely spot, and he has his own tub that he rarely gets a chance to use on a porch off the bathroom. It's just not the season of life for it, but maybe when the older kids are off to college in the not-too-distant future. Thanks for the encouragement -- now I will be looking for opportunities!

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Kaaren Baumgartner

Ewe3...I am stopping here, but honestly, I had three kids and tubbed too, AND even tubbed them w/ me when they were little and had to be washed. Take some time for yourselves, so important. Tell them, "Mom's gonna take a bath now, does anyone need anything? I'll be back in half an hour." (Lock the door.). Maybe he could watch kids while you take your bath, and then you'll watch them another time when he can take one. OR, don't these kids ever sleep? But then I guess it'd be dark and no view. Hmmm...just hate to see that virgin tub standing unused, crying out for a visitor...enough...gonna take my bath now!

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These are amazing! It would be interesting to see one with a stained glass window or built into a base made from recycled glass. Recycled glass tile?http://www.evolutionglassglobal.com/colors


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Rodney Thornton

@Artistic Renovations of Ohio LLC I actually live in Lakewood. Moving to Euclid soon. Maybe you can help with the terrible bathroom I will have at the new place. lol

   
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clazof
The photos are stunning! Our lake house is under construction and my soaking tub, a Badeloft, will be angled at the corner window in the master bath. My concern as in all the images here, is how the heck you keep that corner clean! Still I can't wait until my first soak. Thanks for the inspiration.
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Here's one of our projects at Lex Parker Design Consultants. This bath overlooks a view from the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario.

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The Bath Works, Inc.

For those who wish to know more about particular tubs and where to find them. You can find the following number image tubs on our site; 2, 7, 11, 12, 12, 17, 25, 29, 36, 39, 44 & 45. Specifically, our Roman, St. Versailles and St. Marseille bathtubs.

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dee61
I have two refinished old cast iron tubs! Love them! I have a smaller tub in guest bathroom and larger in master bathroom. They really do hold the heat and I usually use the smaller tub, perfect for me. They were purchased at different locations, one was Renewal in Baltimore MD. Never have I regretted as they are so nice to look at as well as use!
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Deb Longworth
Aw bawb11, you must be new to Houzx. If you are using a device with a touchscreen, tapping once on the picture brings up a larger image with green hangtags which are hyperlinks to product information. Tap again and the tags go away. Not every picture has this feature but it is worth a tap to find out
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Deb Trethewey

#23....FYI The plural of cactus is cacti!

   
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maewest08

Name of song and musician of background music please...thank you

   
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wayhi
One of the essential design features of a bath tub with a view is to position the tub so that it maximizes the view. I was surprised to see how many designers did not take this into account. One definitely doesn't want to end with neck strain. Another feature is that working with a builder, be sure to get in the tub and test the view. Here's some pics from my Master bath.
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jaceymae

BathWorks..are you counting tubs to get to the numbers..or are the numbers embedded somewhere in the graphic...not seeing them if they are there.

   
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ewe3

jaceymae, try this link to go to the full story in which the pictures are numbered. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/58678008/list/houzz-tv-72-dream-bathtub-views

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Kaaren Baumgartner

Wayhi:. Whose tub is yours...like the slanted back, jets, etc.. Thanks.

   
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jaceymae

ewe3, THANK YOU!!!!!!! I'm headin out to buy a chisel for the carved limestone one...Wonder what on earth something like that costs???? For those with more time than money, (how hard can it be:)?

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Katherine Crerar
Here is mine, designed by me!
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jaceymae

Katherine Crerar, tell us more about it? Did you do the actual process?

   
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Katherine Crerar
We live about 30 minutes from Calgary, Alberta. This ensuite bathroom had a four person hot tub built into this corner, that had never been hooked up! We have been in this house for 16 years and finally got around to renovating. We used Gerard Williams as a general contractor. All the bath fixtures and lighting are from BA Robinson and all the tile work was supplied and installed by Floorscapes. The window treatments are from Tonic Living. The windows are also new and are Lux Windows.
   
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jaceymae

oh, I had visions of you pouring mud in a sand mold...guess not!

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jaceymae

ewe3, your bath in front of the double casement windows is quite like what we are planning. We have an ancient shuttered european window going in there....but have a place for the double casement elsewhere...(sans the stained glass..how pretty that is!) Is that casement a modern window and can you give more details?

   
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ewe3

Thanks jaceymae! :) What you're planning sounds wonderful! That casement is one that we had left over from our kitchen renovation in 2010; it had already been ordered before we discovered that there was an electrical panel encroaching by a couple of inches on the outside of the wall where it was intended to go. When we planned our addition which started in 2013 I looked for a spot where I could have a lone window. That window is a Monarch; I can't remember but I think it's vinyl clad. The rest of our casements (besides the ones in the kitchen) are Pella. Let me know if you want dimensions.

   
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maureenaa

Wayhi. You are the only one who's comment echoed my initial thought as I looked at all these beautiful photos. Why are just a few tubs oriented to maximize the view and avoid major neck strain? Seems to me that maximizing the view would be a big priority especially if money is no object!

   
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pdk920

From a practical standpoint, unless one is adding a bathroom where space and cost are non-issues the tub is aligned with the wall, generally where an older tub was before. Many people can't afford to double the size of the room to face the tub towards the window, lovely though that view might be.

   
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Kaaren Baumgartner

I think I mentioned this in my first post, second paragraph. We intend to turn the new tub as w/the old one you had to turn your head to see out the window. I think many go w/ the plumbing there rather than re-plumb? Maybe the sink/shower plumbing is in line? Is it cheaper then? Easier? Many seem to be new homes; seems they would be open to plumbing for the view which makes me think they do it the easy way w/o faucets behind the person's head? Still thinking. Maybe turning the head seems no big deal to the builder/homeowner/contractor. I'm re-plumbing and turning the new tub.

Also, think people should consider "hot water now". We went w/ the recirculating pump and love it. There are other ways and even ways where it can be put onna timer so it isn't constantly working. So nice not to wait for hot water as cold runs down the drain, or fill buckets to tote outdoors or to washer, if you wash in cold water (not me). This is our favorite part of a luxury bath. We're aging and opted for this luxury.

   
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jaceymae

kaaren Baumgartner, are you referring to point of use or tankless water heaters? If not, what are you referring to? Here in the south for some reason, I can't find any body to recommend them...but they sure sound great to me. Would love to get some specifics on good ones to go with.

   
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Kaaren Baumgartner

Jaceymae: I have an excellent contractor (I think). I told him I was sick of running hot water forever to get some...and watching the cold run down the drain or trapping it in buckets and taking it out to plants. It has to do w/ where the water heaters is situated in the basement w/ long runs to some bathrooms. Anyway, it seems there were at least two alternatives. One is a thing sometimes referred to as a Lobster Valve (hey, I'm no plumber or contractor, just an old lady librarian). You remove part of the pipe bringing the water to your sink/shower (?) and insert this piece of pipe that heats the water as it passes through to the sink/rob/shower. Some think they're great and are quite cheap. Some say they're noisy and have other issues. My contractor recommended a recirculating pump be added to the water heater, regular, not tankless (they don't recommend them saying they need annual service, are expensive, will not go 20 years w/o regular service, and I forget the rest...the plumber/fixer/installer did not put one in his house). This pump recirculates the hot water, continually in the pipes to sink and shower and/or tub. You turn on the water and in five seconds or less it's hot. Before both bathrooms were done downstairs, husband had gotten so used to it that he used another faucet and thought the water heater had gone out! Just was not used to waiting for hot water...you can get spoiled FAST! Yes, I suppose it uses more electricity, but we pay the second highest fee for water in our mid-west state, so maybe it balances out. There may be other ways of achieving this, a good plumbing contractor should know all about it. Those valves I mentioned are cheap and on Amazon I believe. There's another name for them, but long forgotten now. If any of this is inaccurate, I'm sorry, but this is the best I understand and remember it all. Good luck w/ it...really a pleasure as is a heater/fan outside the shower, in the ceiling, that blows warm air too as well as exhausts, I think that's how it works. Saw something recently on Pinterest that dries you w/ hot air while in the shower enclosure (would dry shower too). Sounds good if it wouln't dry out your skin. Enough...good luck, call the plumber...

   
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jaceymae

Thank you for that description..must admit, the only recirculating water I've heard of was for the floor. That sounds like a nightmare waiting to happen. I am looking into the electrical tape...another on my long list of questions. I guess for now we just put a regular waterheater two feet from the tub/etc. Small cabin anyway.

   
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Kaaren Baumgartner

Jaceymae:. We're quite pleased w/the recirculating pump attached to the water heater. I think you should call a plumbing firm and let them go over the options w/ you. Then you'll know what's available, w/ all the pros and cons, and can make an educated decision. Good luck w/ it.

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Mike Filchak

Two tankless hot water heaters hooked in tandem provide plenty of flow for the whole house. I had both setups. With big tubs, big showers and a laundry room I never looked back.

   
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jaceymae

Mike Filchak, what kind did you use....are two necessary if heating a small cabin setup?

   
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Nelanie Antoni
I like number 51 and 64. They are sleek and clean.
   
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Pester

Jaceymae, we used two Rinnai heaters. For a small cabin I would imagine one is plenty. Don't buy a small one if it is being installed by itself.


   
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jaceymae

Pester..how much wall space would that unit take up?

   
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Pester

The unit is approx 18"W x 30"L x 10" D

youll need extra space for vent and pipes

   
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Pester
Jaceymae it looks like I have two sign ins Pester and Mike
   
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jaceymae

Well, I think my main objective to not using a typical water heater was it took up too much space. Doesn't sound like I'd be saving that much room if pipes and vent take up much more than the unit. Am I missing something?

   
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Pester

Yes, the unit is mounted well up off the floor usually, unlike a water heater which sits on the floor.. So are the pipes and vent. Have a plumber help you.

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what a relaxing mood to just get into a hot tub with soothing oils& suds
   
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#25!! The shape of the tub, in the frame of the window, against the backdrop of the landscape. So simple and beautiful!