Freestanding Tubs & Walk In Tubs in Fremont, CA

Check out our store policies & come visit our bathtub showroom today!

Children: Tubz has no problem with children in our showroom, provided that they behave properly.  When you arrive, the receptionist will tell you that children under the age of ten must be either with an adult OR quietly enjoying our children’s area.  Our children’s area has two couches and a T.V. with about a dozen movies that they may choose from.   Older children are subject to your discretion, but we are much more relaxed due to their maturity.  We are sure that all parents can appreciate that a showroom is not a playground and their children need to behave, both for their own safety and that of others.

Refreshments: Tubz provides a refreshment table where we usually have several types of cookies, hot drinks, and a water dispenser.  We invite all our adult customers to help themselves to anything on offer.  Tubz does ask that parents of children get them any snacks as you deem appropriate.  We prefer that all children under the age of twelve not get any snacks by themselves for their own sake.  We do our best to leave all wrappers on the cookies so you may check the ingredients list if needed.

Tubz hopes you will understand that we must take all our customers into consideration when allowing an animal into our showroom.  We want to provide a safe environment for everyone to enjoy.  Please review the following policies.

 Pet Policy:  Please leave all pets at home, regardless of species.  Our showroom is not an appropriate location for a pet and we do not want to be involved in repairing or paying for any damage or injury it may cause.

Service Dog:  All service dogs are welcome.  Please note that we would like to see either a Service vest or other reasonable proof that the dog is a Service Animal, for the sake of due diligence to all our customers.  Please refer to the excerpt below and we look forward to helping you.  

“Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's disability prevents him from using these devices. Individuals who cannot use such devices must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.”

From:   U.S. Department of Justice

Civil Rights Division
Disability Rights Section