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Properly wiring your new walk-in tub to your home is a very important step that may require the assistance of a licensed electrician, depending on where you live. You'll want to be sure that it is wired to a GFCI outlet or it's own breaker altogether.
This step may actually be your "Part 1" if you're not planning on installing a Hydrotherapy tub with jets and added features requiring electrical connections. If you're simply installing a soaker tub with no electrical connections, start with this video.
When you remove your old bathtub or shower, you may be surprised to find that there's nothing behind that fiberglass wall, but maybe some studs and insulation. You may even be surprised to find some mold or other moisture related problems that you'd hoped not to find.
The most exciting part of installing a new Walk-in tub is the part of the installation where you actually get to see your hard work come together. Although getting the tub into the bathroom can prove to be a challenging part of the puzzle.