UK: Baths: Bath Manufacturers & Suppliers




Two main materials are used for baths: steel and acrylic. Steel baths are rigid and durable, but are increasingly giving way to the more economic acrylic baths. Acrylic baths have the advantage that tap holes can be drilled on site. Higher quality acrylic baths, made from thicker material, approach closely the rigidity and feel of steel baths. Other bath options include corner baths and large baths which accommodate two bathers. All modern baths may be fitted with jet whirlpool systems. Victorian clawfoot baths are available as restored antique baths and as reproductions. Leading UK suppliers of baths are profiled below the panel of sponsored links.




Adamsez: Baths. Adamsez is Britain's oldest established bathroom company. A family company, headquartered in Dundonald, Northern Ireland, it specialises in the manufacture of baths. The Adamsez website is organised into the following categories: Free Standing Baths, Large Baths, Contemporary Baths, Corner Baths, Whirlpool Baths, and Showering Baths. Adamsez offers 15 different Free Standing Baths, including contemporary designs which rest on the floor and Victorian-style clawfoot baths raised on ornamental feet. Large Baths are the equivalent of double beds, enabling two people to share a bath. The Grenada bath has opposing headrests to accommodate two bathers; it is 1200mm in width and 1920mm in length. The even more generous Signature large bath is 1600mm in width and 2000mm in length. Adamsez offers five different corner baths, which are available with or without jet whirlpool systems.

Stiffkey Bathrooms: Baths. Stiffkey Bathrooms, based in Norwich, specialises in the sourcing and restoration of antique baths and other antique bathware. It undertakes vitreous and acylic re-enamelling of antique baths and basins, and the re-plating of antique brass, chrome, and nickel taps and accessories. Stiffkey Bathrooms also converts obsolete plumbing sizes to fit with the global metric system. Because some antique bathroom items are very difficult to find, Stiffkey Bathrooms also makes faithful reproductions of antique baths and other bathroom accessories such as roll holders, bath bridges, and soap dishes. At any one time Stiffkey Bathrooms will have about twenty antique baths in stock. These include cast iron roll-top clawfoot baths and French copper bateau baths. Stiffkey Bathrooms also carries stock of antique toilets, taps, basins and sinks.


Bathstore: Baths. Bathstore is the UK's largest specialist bathroom retailer, selling through more than 170 stores and online. The Baths section of Bathstore's comprehensive and well laid out website is organised into the following categories: Acrylic Baths, Thermaform Baths, Showering Baths, Whirlpool Baths, Roll Top Baths, Freestanding Baths, Steel Baths, Bath Panels, Bath Wastes, and Bath Grab Rails. There is a helpful explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of each type of bath. For example, acrylic baths have the advantages that tap holes can be drilled on site, and chips and scratches can be filled and repaired. Thermaform baths are thicker and 60% more thermally efficient than a standard acrylic bath, and have a reassuringly solid feel. Steel baths are sturdy, durable and hard wearing, and retain their shiny appearance even if a scourer is used on the surface. 




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