by Luis

My Favorite Bathroom in the House

One of the reasons I purchased this house, the bathroom, I love the clawfoot tub.

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  • Looks nice! You rarely see early 1900 clawfoots in that good of shape. The faucet look would be more fitting if you go back to the elephant trunk style.

    • Classic Clawfoot Tubs
      on Dec 20, 2013

      @Alone Eagle Remodeling, LLC. -- If you come across an old one in rough shape, there are actually a lot of bathtub refinishers out there that can make them look new brand again. So, you don't really have to give up anything if you have an old one you really want to keep.

  • Thanks @Classic Clawfoot Tubs, we do have a refinisher on staff but here in PA there's been plenty of times where a tub is damaged too much to refinish. The water here is very acidic in many areas which erodes the finish to a point where repairing the surface will create more problems than worth.

    • Luis
      on Dec 20, 2013

      @Alone Eagle Remodeling, LLC. I was lucky that mine is in perfect condition and since I don't use it stay that way

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