Incorporate Hydrotherapy Into Your Daily Routine

Enjoy a relaxing soak and soothing massage all in one custom bathtub! Our jetted tubs are an excellent solution for relieving sore muscles or simply adding an element of tranquility to your day. Boasting superior design, cutting-edge technology, and user-friendly operations, our whirlpool systems aim to revolutionize your bathing experience.

With a wide variety of jets, LED lighting options, advanced electronic controls, and customized placement, it’s no wonder Carver whirlpool tubs are a customer favorite! Explore what makes our systems so unique, plus browse our best-selling whirlpool-compatible bathtubs.

Whirlpool Bathtub Features

Whirlpool, Air, and LED Controls

On/Off buttons for whirlpool, air massage, and LED lights

Vibrosonic Control Pad

Electronic touch pad for operating the Vibrosonic massage system

Large Side Whirlpool Jet

Targeted jets for your thighs, knees, and calves

Hygienic Air Massage Jets

20 air jets positioned along the base rim of the tub

Vibrosonic Massage Jets

Comfortable jets that vibrate, pulse, and sequence

Chromatherapy LED Lights

10 different lighting options

Get to Know Carver’s Hydrotherapy Technology

Quick Drain

Our exclusive “V” body design jets force water to drain from the whirlpool bathtub’s pipes into the basin, guaranteeing a dry, clean system.

Arched, No-Flex PVC Pipe

Schedule 40 PVC pipes are heated and hand-molded into an arch shape to form fit each of our whirlpool bathtubs. This process ensures that no water remains in the system after use, leaving it clean and dry for years to come.

Made in America

Our whirlpool systems are handcrafted by our bathtub experts at Carver Tub’s state-of-the-art facility in the United States.

Technical Information

  • Electrical Requirements
    Carver Tub motors operate on a 110V outlet and require a 20 AMP GFCI breaker. The motor is mounted to the tub and comes with a four-foot, three-prong cord. See our Electrical page for more information on the electrical requirements.
  • Motor Side
    It’s crucial to know which side the motor belongs on your custom tub. Most states require a serviceable access panel to the power bearing components of a bathtub. For new construction builds, the motor side is often not important, but for remodels, it can cause setbacks during installation. Check out the diagrams on our Motor Side Guide for help determining the correct way.
  • Where Are the Jets Placed?
    Jet placement varies from bathtub to bathtub. We have spec sheets available that showcase the different jet options for each bathtub.
  • Carver Tubs Warranty
    More information about Carver Tubs warranty can be found here.

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