Bathtubs come in a range of sizes, including small, medium, and large, to accommodate different bathroom sizes and preferences. Our bathtub size ranges from 48 in. to 72 in. To be specific, 48 in., 59 in., 67 in., 69 in., 71 in. and 72 in. It's important to measure your bathroom space and consider your bathing needs before selecting the right size Empava bathtub for your home.
Empava products water capacity ranges from 40 to 177 gallons, depending on the size and model. It's important to choose a bathtub that can hold enough water to cover your body comfortably without spilling or overflowing. You can check each product specifications for more information.
Yes, Empava bathtubs come with a limited warranty. Empava also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for customers who are not satisfied with their purchase. Read this page for the details.
The delivery process may vary depending on your location, but Empava strives to provide timely and efficient delivery services to their customers. Check this page for the details.
Empava offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for customers. If you wish to return or exchange your bathtub, you must contact our customer service within 30 days of receiving the item to initiate the process. The bathtub must be in its original condition and packaging, and all accessories and documentation must be included. Empava charges a restocking fee for returns or exchanges.
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Empava is a reputable brand in the bath remodeling industry, known for producing high-quality bathtubs that are stylish, durable, and affordable. We have received positive reviews from customers, who appreciate their easy installation, comfortable design, and sleek appearance. We are also known for providing excellent customer service and responsive support for any issues or inquiries. If you are looking for a reliable and affordable option for your bathtub needs, trust Empava.
Empava bathtubs offer a range of accessibility and safety features to help ensure a comfortable and safe bathing experience. Walk-in bathtubs include grab bars and handrails for added support and stability when getting in and out of the bathtub. Some models also offer a low step-in height, making it easier to enter and exit the bathtub. Additionally, some Empava bathtubs offer a built-in seat or a contoured backrest for added comfort and support.
It's important to follow the cleaning guidelines recommended by Empava to avoid damaging the bathtub's surface, color, or texture. Read more on our blog posts:
Empava bathtubs can be installed by yourself if you have the necessary skills, tools, and knowledge. However, it's recommended to hire a professional plumber or contractor to install the bathtub, especially if you are not experienced in plumbing or renovation work. A professional can ensure that the bathtub is installed safely, securely, and according to local building codes and regulations. Improper installation can lead to leaks, water damage, or even personal injury, so it's important to take the installation process seriously and hire a qualified professional if needed.
Some bathtubs come with a built-in showerhead shower, while others may require additional accessories to accommodate a shower. It's important to check if the bathtub has a built-in showerhead or if it's compatible with a handheld shower and what accessories are needed.
Yes, Empava bathtubs are designed to be slip-resistant for added safety and comfort during bathing. The bottom surface of the bathtub is textured to provide traction and prevent slipping, which can reduce the risk of accidents or injuries. The degree of slip-resistance may vary depending on the specific model, but all Empava bathtubs are designed with safety in mind.
Some Empava bathtubs come with additional features or accessories, such as air jets, whirlpool jets, chromotherapy lights, or built-in heaters. We suggest that you should consider what additional features or accessories are available and whether they meet your preferences and budget on the product page.
Empava bathtubs are designed to be energy-efficient, which can help reduce your energy consumption and utility bills. Most Empava bathtubs are equipped with insulation layers that help retain heat and keep the water warm for a longer period of time. This can reduce the need for additional heating and help you save energy. Additionally, Empava bathtubs are often designed with a deeper capacity, which allows for more water to be used and can reduce the need to refill the bathtub frequently.
The entire life expectancy of a hot tub varies significantly. It can persist anywhere between 5 and 20 years. The major determining factor of life duration is actually all about upkeep and maintenance throughout time.
Outdoor hot tubs require particular wiring to operate properly. This is usually relatively simple to set up, and a GFCI cord is necessary for any hookup, and an outside GFCI is required.
At the time of purchase, spa dealers will go over all of this information with you. For further information, contact your local dealer or read this article to learn more about electrical prices and hookup.
Every Empava hot tub and spa is constructed and built to last all year. But one feature that distinguishes our company from the competition is our all-weather, ultra-durable covers, notably our Empava hot tub cover. This cover is the gold standard in tough, weather-proof hot tub protection. Heavy snow, buckets of rain, high temperatures, even strolling on top - no matter what's outside, the cover has your hot tub or spa covered. Unlike other one-size-fits-all covers, our cover is specifically made to accommodate hot tubs and spas.
The roughest hot tub brand in the world deserves the toughest, most outdoor-ready cover. And, best of all, everything is available right here.
Yes, our hot tub has built-in heater, it keeps the water warm all the time.
It looks so, based on accumulating scientific evidence. Regular usage of hot tubs, swim spas, and portable spas, has shown encouraging results for a wide range of illnesses, injuries, and conditions, including:
High blood pressure
and much more
Before engaging in any form of hydrotherapy, including hot tub use, you should always consult with your doctor. However, from our perspective, regular hot tub use appears to be a great complement for anyone trying to improve their health.
Drain and Refill Regularly - Draining and refilling your hot tub every 3-4 months is recommended to remove built up dirt, oils, and other contaminants. When refilling, replace filters and treat with hot tub cleaning chemicals.
Use Hot Tub Surface Cleaners - Special hot tub surface cleaners help break up oil and residue buildup on the tub's interior. Apply to surfaces and wipe clean. Avoid abrasive scouring pads which can damage the tub.
Clean Filters Frequently - Hot tub filters accumulate oils, minerals, and debris quickly. Remove and spray filters with the jet setting on your hose monthly and let fully dry before replacing. Soak in filter cleaner regularly as well.
Remove and Clean Jets - Unscrew hot tub jets to access and remove mineral deposits and dirt buildup from the air channels with a small brush. Soak jet housing in white vinegar and rinse before reattaching.
Scrub Off Calcium Deposits - Use a pumice stone on a weekly basis to scrub off any calcium or limescale buildup on hot tub surfaces. A 50/50 vinegar and water solution also helps dissolve mineral deposits.
Shock Treat the Water Weekly - Adding hot tub shock treatment weekly helps kill bacteria, clarify cloudy water, and break down oils and organic materials that can accumulate.
Maintain Proper Water Chemistry - Test and adjust pH, alkalinity and sanitizer levels regularly. Proper water balance inhibits scale buildup and bacteria growth.
Clean Covers and Cabinets - Use a multi-surface cleaner for vinyl covers. For wood cabinets, apply a teak oil sealer regularly to protect and condition the wood from weathering.
Clean Pump Intake - Remove leaves or other debris clogging pump intakes with a small brush or vacuum crevice tool to maintain proper water circulation.
Change Pillows Annually - Hot tub pillows absorb oils and get worn over time. Replace every 12 months to keep tub water and surfaces cleaner.