A durable, cost-efficient alternative to cast iron, the Princeton Americast Apron-Front Above Floor Rough Bathtub from American Standard is lighter than traditional cast iron tubs for easier installation. The exclusive Americast technology incorporates an easy-to-clean glossy enamel top layer, a steel center for strength, and a thick, insulating layer to keep water warmer longer. This above-the-floor rough alcove tub provides the needed space to plumb directly under the tub instead of relocating the drain. Featuring a comfortable, contoured lumbar support, beveled headrest and safe, slip-resistant surface it offers a more enjoyable bathing experience.
- Easy to plumb - Above the floor rough design provides space directly under the tub to plumb, eliminating the need to move drain
- Scratch resistant - Non-porous, glossy porcelain enamel finish is durable and easy to clean
- Strong and stable - Exclusive Americast material is formed from a patented bonding process with a steel center layer
- Insulated comfort - Americast backing insulates the tub keeping the water warmer vs. cast iron which draws heat out of the water
- StanSure™ slip-resistance - Easy to clean textured surface
- Quieter showering - Americast backing insulates the tub for a quieter showering experience vs. enamel steel tubs
- Clean, finished look - Integral apron front design with tiling flange
- Easy installation - Built-in leveling base for precise, easy installation
- ADA compliant - Meets Americans with Disabilities Act requirements
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||10 Year Limited Warranty
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