Bathroom with bathtub

Baths are composed of different materials – acrylic, enameled cast iron, gel-coated fibreglass, cultured marble, and so on. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Acrylic is strong and light weight, but offers less stability than other materials. Whilst cast iron is strong and durable, they are considered dinosaurs and constantly require the addition of fresh warm water. Fibreglass baths are inexpensive but tend to have short lives. Carronite baths, on the other hand, have overcome those negative traits, thanks to their unique design – Carronite baths are heavy and give stability, and they are strong and have long lives. What’s more, they retain heat longer than your standard bath, and they also come with a special framing, reducing the amount of resealing that needs to be done.

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