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Concrete Bathtubs

Our custom concrete tubs allow for endless possibilities to help you create the perfect center piece for any bathroom, spa, or scenic outdoor space. At Concreteworks East, we will bring your vision to life with a truly unique product experience. Custom tubs are available as these main styles:

  • Deck Tub
  • Freestanding Tub
  • Sunken Tub


Deck Tub

This tub has a larger flat surface deck that surrounds the tub basin. Our deck style concrete tubs can accommodate a full range of drains, fillers, and controls. A deck tub is typically placed against 2 or 3 walls and an integral apron is placed on the visible sides of the tub or the tub can be dropped into an existing apron structure. The empty space underneath the tub deck allows for more plumbing features, such as a whirlpool setup.

Freestanding Tub

This tub stands alone freely within the bath space and is visibly finished on all sides. Overflows, if required, are integrated within the walls of the tub to create a sleek aesthetic since plumbing options are more restrictive with this style of tub. The tub is typically placed directly on the finished floor below with the filler fixture coming of the floor.

Sunken Tub

The most defining feature of this tub style is that the mass of the tub basin is set into the floor. This allows a very easy step into the tub and unobstructed views into and out of the room, making the tub a popular for choice spas and serene bathroom designs. Integrated steps or a seating bench further enhance this tubs design. The empty space underneath the floor deck allows for more plumbing features, such as a whirlpool setup.

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Advantages of Concrete Bathtubs

Are you redoing your bathroom? When you invest in a bathroom remodel, you want a look that is current and on-trend but not trendy. Trendy looks can become dated in a few years, but choosing something too plain can leave your bathroom looking blah. Concrete bathtubs are a great choice. They give you a modern, classic look and the durability to ensure a clean, gorgeous look for years to come.

Concrete baths combine a modern, industrial edge to your bathroom. However, since concrete has been in use for hundreds of years, the look is modern without looking cold or uninviting. They come in a variety of colors and finishes, making it easy to customize the tub to match your personal style. No matter how personalized they are, they still retain a classic look, which gives you flexibility in future designs, which means you can update your bathroom with just a few simple changes instead of needing to replace a shower or bath.

Not that the bathroom is the only place for a concrete bathtub. They are also a great addition to spas—both residential and commercial. Bathtubs can also be an excellent addition to outdoor spaces. They make a great addition to outdoor shower and bath spaces.

Concrete tubs are a great investment. While they are more expensive than drop-in acrylic tubs, they are comparable to marble or stone tubs. However, they are far more durable. Concrete will last for decades and is a lower-maintenance option compared to many other traditional bathtub materials.

Concrete is easy to clean. Their professional-level sealants can make cleaning as easy as spritzing and wiping, so you do not need harsh cleaners or bleach.

Concrete is personalizable. What color do you want? Concrete stains can bring warm earth tones, cool grays, and more to your bathroom. Think outside the box and consider a mossy green, a sea blue, or even a terra cotta looking red. One of the best things about these colors is that they are not like the colored porcelain tubs of the 1950s to 1970s—even colored concrete retains a classic neutral look that makes them flexible with changing design trends.

You can also customize the shapes. When people think of concrete tubs, they often think of them being large and blockish, but we can create all types of shapes, from traditional tubs to soaking tubs, jacuzzi tubs, and more.

Speaking of soaking, concrete tubs are better for soaking than almost any other material. The concrete retains heat, making an excellent soaking tub. They are great for your bathroom, but we encourage you to think outside of the house. Many of our clients love these tubs for outdoor use, where they can provide a spa-like soaking experience with the benefit of fresh water and no chemicals. They are also excellent for commercial spas so that you can offer soaking options, mud baths, and more for your clients.

Want to learn more about concrete tub options? Contact us today for a design consultation.



Color - Sterling
Color - Uptown
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Color - Flat Iron
Flat Iron
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Color - Hudson


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Working with custom architectural precast concrete is often a new experience for most designers, contractors, and homeowners.

Whether you are a designer in the early stages of design or a contractor in the bidding process, the Concreteworks East team would be glad to assist you.

Every project and application is unique though, so often the best way to collaborate is to have architectural drawings, sketches, or renderings prepared to send to our team.

This will help us understand the design intent and guide you through the possibilities along with preparing a quote.

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