Solid Surface Freestanding Tub

Oval, Double Slipper Solid Surface Freestanding Tub

Solid Surface: A Blend of Natural Minerals & Resin

What is a solid surface tub? It is a man-made material that is created from a blend of crushed stone (minerals) mixed with a resin binding agent. The mixture is poured into a mold and baked in a large oven. Then the bathtub is finished by hand. The result is a beautiful freestanding solid surface tub in a matte or glossy finish. This manufacturing process allows for thinner rims and more delicate shapes than the acrylic counterparts. Solid surface was first introduced by DuPont in 1967 under the name of Corian, used in counter top construction. It is new to the bathtub world but it has been around for a white in other industries. There are different formulas used but different companies to create a solid surface bathtub. They are similar in that the surface is a non-porous, low-maintenance material. It is naturally resistant to stains, mildew, and mold. Its hard, non-porous surface prevents dirt from accumulating and resists stains. Cleaning is easy with a soft cloth, any mild dish soap and water. And, if the unfortunate happens, minor cuts and scratches can usually be buffed or polished out of the finish. The high insulating properties of the solid surface tubs keep water warm longer. One thing to be careful of, a solid surface tub is much heavier than an acrylic one.

Tubs by Size:


Free Air Bath Upgrade on all Acquabella Mineral Composite Tubs
Offer expires 6/27 (New Orders Only) | Call for Details 866-380-0303


Buy Your Tub on Sale from the Bathtub Experts!

At Tubz.com we are not just order takers in a call center. We are a small team that takes pride in our personal customer service and the expert knowledge we have accumulated in our 20+ years of experience. Let us help you find the bath of your dreams at great sale prices & with free shipping!

Tubs are listed by size: first by length, then by width, then by height - smallest to largest
Most floor mounted tubs listed come with the possibility of a soaking or air system. The description will list all the possibilities.
42" - 5" Solid Surface Freestanding Bath

5' Freestanding Solid Surface Bathtub by Length:

58" Freestanding Solid Surface Tub
59" Freestanding Solid Surface Bath
60" Freestanding Solid Surface Bath
61" Free Standing Solid Surface Bathtub
62" Bathtub
63" Freestanding Bathtub

Solid Surface Bathtubs

There are different formulas used but different companies to create a solid surface bathtub. They are similar in that the surface is a non-porous, low-maintenance material. It is naturally resistant to stains, mildew, and mold. Its hard, non-porous surface prevents dirt from accumulating and resists stains. Cleaning is easy with a soft cloth, any mild dish soap and water. And, if the unfortunate happens, minor cuts and scratches can usually be buffed or polished out of the finish. The high insulating properties of the solid surface tubs keep water warm longer. One thing to be careful of, a solid surface tub is much heavier than an acrylic one.

Solid Surface Freestanding Also See:
Freestanding Tub Systems:
- Soaking Tub: Tub only, no jets
- Air Bathtub: Vigorous skin massage. Warm air is blown into the bathtub.

Large Tub Selection Backed with Customer Service

We have a large selection of quality tubs listed on our site which can feel overwhelming as you shop through them. Just call us: we have been doing this for so long we have become tub experts. We work closely with our manufacturers and pride ourselves on our product knowledge. Our experts are here to answer all questions and guide you through your tub selection.

We also know that buying such a large item online can be scary. Rest assured we only carry tubs that we would feel comfortable putting in our own mother's house. And we have done just that! Our bathtubs are the best in the industry, and we have years of experience with the manufacturers. Issues are very rare, and if they do arise, they are quickly resolved. We are here to answer questions and keep you informed on the creation and delivery of your bathtub. We will still be here for questions even after your new bathroom is finished.

Shop All Freestanding Bathtubs →
Helpful Bathtub Links
Freestanding Tub Buying Guide

Freestanding Bathtub - Shop all Freestanding Tubs

What is an Air Tub?

Tubz.com - Contact us, we are here to help
866-380-0303 | Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 5:00, Friday 8:00 - 12:00 (CST) | Email ©1999 Tubz.com. All Rights Reserved | TUBZ LLC | Located in Wisconsin