An Overview On Bathtub Installation

Installing a bathtub, just like installing a shower and shower tray (which is the case described here), should start with choosing the right model. The right model, for example, matches our style desires and simultaneously coordinates with the particularity of the room. There are numerous options and models to browse – rectangular and corner bathtubs implied and highlighted bathtubs. While the installation of the latter is essentially reduced to planning the partitions and surrounding floors and, at the beginning stage – to the installation of the channel, due to the underlying bathtubs, the installation is marginally unique.

Independent bathtub installation

If one does bathtub installation, one should begin by taking the contour of the channel and connecting the feet to it. During these means use only the screws remembered for the set. Using other longer screws can damage the bathtub. Sometimes the damage can be irreparable. Failure to lock feet or use exceptional foot nuts is a typical installation failure. This can cause distortion or breakage of the bottom of the bowl while it is in use.

The Next Step

After installing the feet, the bathtub must be carefully and leveled. Each vertical and uniform surface must be checked a few times until the ideal level is reached. Be sure to maintain the suggested vital slope towards the channel. It is the main way for water to flow properly into the sewer structure and prevent unattractive hard water from developing at the bottom of the shower.

The Canal Installation

The installation of the canal is the stage that requires a lot of precision and consideration. All gaskets must be placed carefully in their proper places (covering them with flushing fluid ahead of time is a smart idea as it will make them more adaptable), and then all parts of the channel must be retracted. For reasons of well-being, the tightness of the channel must be checked before finishing the installation of the bathtub. The comfort of the channel must be experienced by pouring some water into it. If no breakages are recognized, the sideboard can be attached, or tile preparation work can be started – by fixing the boards to the edge, and then the boards can be placed.