MTI offers an incredible selection of over 150 models of tubs, all handcrafted in the USA, in three product lines:
Boutique Collection is for those who want to make a design statement. Constructed using MTI's Engineered Solid-Stone™, each product is a hand-made work of art with the look and feel of molded stone. While all are available as soakers, some can even be specified as air baths. Each tub's product page enables you to view the specific details, complete with MSRP. Learn more about the Boutique Collection. View Standard Features & Construction. View Boutique Collection catalog.
Designer Series offers confident styles and a large variety of shapes and sizes for one or more bathers. They are formed in Lucite® high-gloss cast acrylic, and most can be specified as a soaker, air bath, whirlpool or combination whirlpool / air bath in up to nine pre-designed packages, or build your own. View Standard Features & Construction. View Luxury Bath Products catalog.
MTI BASICS® tubs are ideal for situations when needs are more simple, desires more modest or delivery schedule is critical. This selection includes a variety of tubs in the most popular shapes and sizes, and at a very affordable price. And just because the project has a thin budget, it doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice craftsmanship and quality. Learn more about MTI BASICS. View BASICS tubs, including MTI’s Walk-In Tub. View Standard Features & Construction and BASICS Brochure.
Use the Product Search tool to the left to help you find a specific Boutique or Designer Collection or BASICS® tub. On each tub's product page you can view the details of the packages available for that model, complete with MSRP, by clicking on "Specifications & MSRP" or by using the "Select Your Hydrotherapy Package" drop-down box. More info on Hydrotherapy by MTI.
While MTI's huge selection of tubs includes a wide variety of sizes, shapes and styles, it also provides a choice of tubs designed for several different types of installation.
Some tubs are designed for drop-in installation, where the tub is "dropped-in", or sits in, a hole cut out of the tub "deck", or surrounding, supporting area, made of material such as granite, marble, tile or a product such as Corian®.
Other baths are designed for "undermounting," an installation type where the tub is mounted underneath the tub deck, and the deck is cut out so that the opening exactly mimics the size and shape of the top of the tub bowl itself, leaving only the inside of the tub bowl visible. The product page for each tub indicates whether a tub is suitable for undermounting.
Another type of installation refers to baths designed to be "freestanding". Freestanding tubs do not require any surrounding material because they are designed to stand alone.
The last installation type commonly found is what is referred to as "alcove". Within the plumbing industry this refers to an installation where there are three walls surrounding the tub, with each wall's surface sitting directly on top of the tub's deck. A tile flange is required on each side for this type of installation to provide a water-tight and finished appearance.