Clawfoot Tub Drains
complete your tub installation with a beautiful exposed drain
The "exposed" look is key to a clawfoot remodel or new construction. These lovely drains offer you that polished look that really brings the whole installation together and helps add authenticity and style to your vintage or Victorian bath. Available in a wide range of styles, sizes, and finishes, we're sure you'll find the perfect exposed drain waste and overflow assembly for your tub.
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Due to variances in tub and drain sizes, please measure prior to ordering to ensure the drain will fit your tub!
Old Fashioned Tub Drains
Vintage Tub Drains
Freestanding Tower Clawfoot Tub Drains
Lift & Turn Bathtub Drains
Clawfoot Tub Drain Accessories
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Are all finishes in stock?"
A.We recommend (and stock) chrome finishes, as chrome is the most durable. However, if your bathroom design needs a brass or nickel finish, we are confident that those finishes also will stand up to years of use, if maintained correctly. Like many plumbing supply houses and showrooms, we do not stock all items in all finishes, so if timing is critical, please contact us before ordering.
Q. "Why do you offer 1-3/8" tub drains when 1-1/2" pipe is standard?"
A. In the "old days" 1-3/8" used to be the "standard" for clawfoot drains and we want to offer the closest possible to the original early 1900's standard size.
Q. "With the old fashion style 1-3/8" OD bath tub drains, how do I adapt to my standard 1-1/2" threaded p-trap?"
A. We offer a 1-1/2" x 1-3/8" chrome slip joint nut along with a D style o-ring that will fit onto the 1-3/8" OD tubing. Simply order the slip joint nut and d-ring above which includes both the special reducing nut and the special o-ring.
Q. "What is the supercoat finish?"
A. Supercoat refers to a 2-part epoxy finish that is applied electrostatically and then baked onto the brass. Unlike former days when polished brass required extensive maintenance to avoid tarnishing or dulling of the finish, supercoat brass items need fairly little maintenance to retain their beautiful shine. Simply wipe your supercoat polished brass fixtures gently with a soft cloth after each use. Avoid the use of plumber's putty, detergents, or abrasive cleaners as these may cause deterioration of the coating.
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