Faucet sizes are changing rapidly and we’ve got you covered.
Read More to accommodate new faucets, but what about the size of the tub itself?
It turns out the answer depends on the type of tub.
A 72-inch bathtub would be a great size to fill with your favorite water, while a 40-inch tub would be ideal for smaller areas like your kitchen sink, or even a bathroom sink.
And of course, the exact size of a tub varies depending on its design.
If you have an older bathtub or older-style tub, it’s usually easier to find a tub that’s smaller than your average.
Here’s how to determine how much of your bathtub’s surface is usable for your needs.
How Much of Your Bathtub is Useable for Your NeedsBathtubs have become increasingly common in the last few decades.
The average size of modern tubs has decreased slightly over the years, but the amount of usable surface has increased.
If you have a tub and a sink with a sink on it, for example, the bathtub surface area would be approximately 72 inches (20.2 centimeters).
A 40-incher is around 72 inches, while the largest bathtub is approximately 40 inches (100.2 cm).
In terms of bathtubs that are suitable for smaller spaces, it depends a lot on the design.
For example, a 20-inchers or 30-inche can easily be used as a smaller bathtub.
However, an 80-inchel is a great fit for a larger bathroom or living room.
If your tub is 80 inches wide, it’ll be a better fit for your larger space.
There are a few ways to find out how much usable surface you have:If you’re looking for a 40 inche, you can go to your local Home Depot or Lowe’s to find one that fits your exact needs.
You can also use the Bathtub Comparison Tool, which is part of our Bathtub & Bathroom article.
This is where you can compare bathtubes in various sizes.
A 20-inch will typically fit a larger bathtub in a larger space than a 40 or 80-inch, while an 80 will typically be a little smaller than a 20.
If both sizes fit, it will be a good idea to buy a larger tub.
Bathtub Size Comparison ToolFor a more in-depth look at the different bathtub types, check out the Bathtubs & Beds article.