Skirted bath tubs are some of the most common. They have one finished side with the sides anchored to the bathroom walls. Skirted tubs can be either tubs or bath tub/shower combos. Corner bath tubs are slightly triangular shaped and are often equipped with jets and room for two. Drop-in bath tubs do not have any finished sides and are designed to be installed in in custom decks. Its common for drop-ins to be used on bathroom remodels where the home owner is choosing to tile much of the bathroom, including the bath tub retainer. Wichita Walk In Jacuzzi Bath Tubs Undermount bath tubs are similar to drop-ins only they are completely covered by the mounting surface with no visible edge. Undermount tabs give the look of a truly custom bath tub. Freestanding bath tubs are gaining in popularity due to their flexibility and timeless aesthetic. These are traditional tubs that are finished on all sides with feet or pedestals for support such as vintage clawfoot styles. Walk-in bath tubs by Jacuzzi® offer those with mobility challenges an independent way of bathing. These tubs feature precision-close double-sealed doors and a magnetic latching system that locks out leaks. Walk-in tubs offer adjustable jets and support features.