We have a claw-foot tub with a shower attachment. The faucet was leaking, so my husband replaced it. Now the pipe coming up from the floor (the cold water pipe, at this time) leaks...so I've just been having everyone turn that cold water pipe connection thing-y off after showering as my husband says it can't be fixed...that they don't make claw foot tubs anymore for a reason. However, claw-foot tubs are still being made, are they not? And if they're still being made, there must be ways/plumbing parts/plumbing techniques to accommodate their use. It would be lovely to be able to fix it. My husband hates the claw-foot tub (even though he's the one who bought it, and had it put in, when we were renovating our home) and I sometimes wonder if he purposely tells me that something can't be fixed BECAUSE he hates it so much. A new bathroom is not in his budget, my budget, our budget. Although, if claw-foot tubs really are as "worthless" as he says, perhaps we need to find the money in our budget. Feedback? Help? Suggestions? Thank you!