At Hurlingham we believe that you should never have to settle or compromise but rather your bath should be an extension of your individual décor decisions. That is why we offer our customers a custom paint finish. We can replicate any paint hue including all of the Farrow and Ball range. Also you can choose from a full selection of liquid metal paint finishes.
For those more unusual selections all we need is a physical sample and we will transform your bath into the stand out item you desire in no time at all!
Our Hand Gilded service offers you a most unique and opulent finish. From a selection of gold, copper, pewter and bronze leaf, we give you the opportunity to create one of the most lavish and bespoke basins available, elevating the design of your bathroom to new heights.
The hand gilding of basins is a highly skilled process carried out over several phases. Several different leaf finishes are available, all of which can be bespoke to your requirements. Customers are welcome to meet our gilders to discuss their design objectives.
If a variegated leaf or paint finish is chosen, a random & irregular effect can be expected.
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Cast Iron Bateau Basin
Cast Iron Bateau Basin Dimensions
Will A Cast Iron Bath Be Too Heavy For My Floor?
As long as the building is structurally sound and meets building regulations, a Cast Iron Bath should not be too heavy for the floor. A cast iron bath filled with water and a person is about the same as having 4 or 5 people standing in your bathroom. If you are at all unsure then please do give us a call to discuss.
What Are The Benefits Of A Cast Iron Bath?
Cast Iron is incredibly strong and durable which means that they will last for many years. All of our cast iron baths have a vitreous enamel coating on the inside. Enamel is a very good insulator and this means that your water will stay hot for longer. Enamel is also extremely difficult to damage and cannot be easily scratched, cracked or dented. Our Cast Iron Baths weigh between 200kg and 300kgs when filled.
Do Cast Iron Baths Lose Heat More Quickly?
Enamel is a great insulator of heat and forms a barrier between and as the majority of heat is lost from the surface of the water then you should notice no more heat loss from a Cast Iron Bath than from any other kind of bath.
What Else Do I Require When Ordering My Bath?
We would recommend that when purchasing one of our freestanding baths, you also purchase our ‘exposed overflow waste’ and ‘shallow seal bath trap’. We cannot guarantee that if you purchase these items elsewhere that they will fit your bath.
Cast Iron Baths will be delivered to the kerbside outside the delivery address only. Your goods will be on a pallet and will arrive on a vehicle using a tail lift and lowered off the rear on to a pallet truck. The courier will move the goods with the pallet truck to an accessible kerbside location at the delivery address provided. Please note that the pallet truck cannot move over steps, deep gravel or rough ground and the courier is not permitted to take the goods into your premises. Please ensure you have arranged sufficient assistance (depending on the size of the Cast Iron Bath- we recommend 2-3 people) on the day of delivery to help you move the heavy goods safely into your premises.
For overseas delivery please call 0161 706 0551.
Clean with warm soapy water and a nonabrasive cloth and dry immediately after use. Avoid dripping taps, sharp objects and the use of abrasive and harsh chemicals and do not allow hand soaps to remain in contact with the surface.
To keep the item tarnish free re-apply a suitable wax seal regularly every 4-6 weeks depending on use. If the wax has worn off and tarnish presents itself on copper, clean the item with Autosol metal cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions and then re-apply the wax. Do not use Autosol metal cleaner on nickel plated items and do not allow wet cloths to remain in contact with the surface.
To keep nickel tarnish free the wax seal should be maintained by regular reapplication. If you are in any doubt please contact the retailer who you purchased the item from before attempting to use any cleaning products.
About The Brand Hurlingham
Once upon a time in a small Lancashire village, a 17th century period house renovation project began. As the project unfolded, the owner of the home had dreams of beautiful bathrooms inspired by architectural design and artwork from the period. However, search as he may, he could not find anything that worked with his vision.
Never one to be beaten, he pooled his contacts and travelled the world to create his own range of products and from this day on, Hurlingham The Bath Company was created.
Take your own journey through the Hurlingham range and be inspired by the colours and designs from countries around the world. Specialising in period design mixed with contemporary additions, the Hurlingham fabric upholstered, gilded, stencilled and painted baths in addition to bespoke options are also available in an easy to use palette of pre-selected fabrics and colours, so you do not have to be an expert to get the interior designer look.