How much does a claw-foot bathtub weigh?
I have to move an antique cast iron claw-foot bathtub out of a second-floor bathroom. I am curious to estimate its total weight, (with the four feet removed) It is standard sized, vintage 1905, sloping curved end, full depth.
How much does it weigh?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
250-350 is most common but have run into a few that were actually heavier. The one you are talking about is probably about 300, when you get it out fflip it over, it may have the weight stamped on the bottom.Source(s): general contractor
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- chrisItuxLv 41 decade ago
today's cast tubs are lighter cause they make em a bit thinner than the old ones so it might weigh around 400 pounds for an 1900 to 1930 tubsSource(s): it took 3 men to carry out an 1928 tub but it only took me and my friend to carry in a new tub i recommend for an average person it is safer to add an extra person or 2 to spread the weight around
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Weight of the tub alone, without crating depending depending on mfg. will range 250 - 350.
- 1 decade ago
dont know,, but get 4 guys to lift it.!!!!