A durable, cost-efficient alternative to cast iron, the Princeton Americast Apron-Front Bathtub from American Standard is lighter for easier installation. The exclusive Americast technology incorporates a glossy enamel top layer that's easy to clean, a steel center for strength, and a thick, insulating layer to keep water warmer for a longer, more enjoyable bath. This traditional alcove tub has a comfortable, contoured lumbar support, beveled headrest and safe, slip-resistant surface.
Durable, non-porous, glossy porcelain enamel finish is scratch resistant and easy to clean Luxury Ledge is 4 in. wider than standard ledge allowing plenty of room for bathing essentials Formed steel center layer is strong and stable Americast backing insulates the tub for a quieter showering experience vs. enamel steel and plastic or synthetic tubs Americast backing insulates the tub keeping the water warmer vs. cast iron which draws heat out of the tub water StanSure slip-resistant floor surface Made with exclusive patented bonding process Features apron front and tiling flange Built-in leveling base for easy installation ADA compliant height
NEW and IMPROVED StanSure™ slip-resistant textured surface that is:
Easier to clean and stays cleaner longer
- Americast Brand Engineered Material
- Glossy porcelain finish
- Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange
- Extra wide ledge for placement of toiletries
- Integral lumbar support
- Beveled headrest
- Full slip-resistant surface
- End drain outlet
- New integral base
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|Freestanding Tub Style
||Alcove Rectangular Bath Tub
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||10 Year Limited Warranty
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