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By: Kevin Ahern on September 25th, 2013

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Bathroom Remodeling: Why Put a Bathtub in the Shower?

Bathroom Remodeling | Residential | Residential Remodeling

In a recent article on Houzz, Vancouver based general contractor, John Whipple, discussed the emergence of an interesting new trend in bathroom remodeling -- installing tubs in showers. This unusual take on the traditional bathroom renovation can save space and the hassles of clean-up and water damage among many other things.

Check out this excerpt from Whipple's article below.

Why to Put Your Tub in the Shower

Save space, cleanup time and maybe even a little money with a shower-bathtub combo. These examples show how to do it right.

"Putting your bathtub in the shower may be an unexpected idea, but it's a solid one and a growing trend in bathroom design. 

Sure, it looks great, but what does it mean from a practical standpoint? For one, kids (and grown-ups) can splash all they want in the tub without having to worry about water damage or a mess. Two, the right tub model can double as a great shower bench or spot to perch your leg on while shaving."

Curious about how this would look in your home bathroom? Explore the trend further with helpful tips and examples in Whipple's full article on Houzz.

Bathroom Remodeling: Why Should You Put a Tub in Your Shower?

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About Kevin Ahern

Kevin is the Co-Founder of Litchfield Builders, an award-winning, industry leader with a reputation for managing projects others shy away from. They are known for their high-quality work, customer service, and reliability and though still relatively small in size, Litchfield Builders now competes with some of the areas largest firms in both the residential and commercial arenas.