- Step-in height
- 3 inches
- Starting price
American Standard has a wide selection, including two-seaters, tub-shower combos, bariatric and wheelchair-accessible models. It’s an excellent walk-in tub for seniors because of the low step threshold and easy-to-open door that can open inward or outward.
The company’s tubs drain quickly, so you don’t have to wait very long to get out once you’re done. They also have many comfort features, including heated seats and remote control options to customize your bathing experience.
American Standard provides a lifetime warranty on the Liberation tub model’s fixtures, parts, labor and installation. Acrylic tubs come with a 15-years warranty on the tub shell and a 10-year warranty on other components; Gelcoat models have a 10-year warranty on the tub shell and a 5-year warranty on other parts.
- Hand-held shower wand
- Quick drain system
- Free estimates and in-home evaluations
“I like the features on the American Standard and the warranty the best,” a reviewer in Ohio said. They said it’s more expensive than some other brands, but the features make up for it, especially the heater to maintain water temperature.
“I love the jets. I can put the jets on my feet or wherever it hurts. It's great. I also love the lights. They change colors and it’s really pretty,” a reviewer in Texas said.
“I like the installation crew. They were very good, quick and knowledgeable with what they were doing,” according to a reviewer in Mississippi.
According to our phone surveys, customers pay anywhere from $7,500 to $20,000 with installation. Additionally, you’ll probably need a 50-gallon water heater — if yours is only 40 gallons, you’ll likely need to replace it.