How Much is Safety and Independence Worth to You?

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Avoid Becoming Seriously Injured from Slip and Falls

Getting in and out of the tub is one of the very dangerous actions aged individuals can do. By switching for a more accessible tub, you can greatly reduce the change of a serious injury from dropping and slipping. One serious harm can significantly reduce lifespan and your freedom.

Increase the Resale Value to Your Scottsdale House

With an aging baby boomer population, mobility assistive devices and equipment already installed in a Scottsdale house will probably be quite appealing to this demographic. With the addition of mobility devices to your toilet, you make it a lot easier to sell when the time comes, and can significantly boost the resale value of your Arizona home.

Make the Bath Much Less Dangerous

The bathroom is among the most dangerous places in the house for aged folks. With a new walk-in bath, you can make getting in and out of the shower every day that is considerably safer and more stable. That reduces the danger of one of the very insecure rooms in the house.


Does the threat of sliding and falling in the bathroom make you frightened of living?

Here at Cain’s Mobility AZ , we are proud to set up showers and tubs that have doors to step in and out of, making bathing and showering not significantly more difficult for the elderly residents of Scottsdale.

Increase your Scottsdale Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer Population.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Arizona are getting old, freedom gear will become a larger and larger selling point for the purchase of Scottsdale houses.

By installing a walk in tub in your Scottsdale house, you’ll not only make living easier now, but would set up your dwelling to be more precious in the future.

Every walk-in tub can considerably raise your Arizona home’s resale and appeal to aging people.

Give our Scottsdale team a call to discover just how much the resale value of your house would grow from a new facility.

Avert Serious Harm which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Considerably

For a lot of aged people dwelling in Scottsdale, just one serious fall could break bones, and significantly hinder mobility and exercise for many years to come. Every single day this inactivity and lack of ability to proceed can significantly reduce your lifespan and total happiness and freedom you’ve.

Among the easiest ways to prevent injury is in the bathroom, with new freedom equipment that make the method of bathing significantly less dangerous than before.

So give our Scottsdale team a call right away to learn ways to prevent serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live for longer and free.

Stop Worrying about Slipping and Falling in the Bathroom, and Get Stability and Balance.

Are you worried about your loved one getting in or outside of the shower by themselves or yourself?

One of the greatest stresses for elderly individuals living alone in Scottsdale is the risk of falling and slipping when getting in or out of the shower. With slippery surfaces, and excessive water everywhere, it can be difficult to keep balance well enough to get in or out.

With a walk-in tub, you can quit worrying about that possibility, since the bathing process will likely be safe and simple once more.

Now you can get in and out much easier, and have significantly more equilibrium and stability, without needing to step out high over the side.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) About how much will one of these tubs cost to get installed?

The installation can cost you around $1,500-$3,000 to be installed in Scottsdale. Occasionally the expense of the unit and also the installation is a better investment than paying for a caretaker.

2) About how long does the installation process take with your Scottsdale installers?

Once the tub arrives, an installation needs between one and three days of labor in Scottsdale. It really depends upon the scope of the work. You must let us know if there is a vital deadline involving a family member coming for a visit or a loved one's release from Arizona rehabilitation so that we can do the best we can to accommodate you.

3) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Sometimes, however, it is necessary to change the plumbing depending on the location of the drains. Installers may have to put in a fitting to the present wastewater pipe for a walk-in bathtub. Existing plumbing may allow for quicker drain times or slower drain times.

4) Is there a way to re-sell the tub once we are done with it?

You can resell or locate used walk-in baths being sold online. Nonetheless, a lot of folks typically want to make sure they are purchasing a walk-in bath that personally matches with their needs for the long term. They are not as inclined to choose a huge risk by paying the removal of their present tub as well as all the costs related to transportation without a little more investment and assurance in the condition and quality of their purchase. There's not actually a huge marketplace for plumbing fixtures that are used. Finally, should you think you could try and resell your walk in bathtub, the next buyer may want to know whether the lifetime guarantee is extended to other owners too or if they're going to need to cover the costs related to a door seal or alternative part damages that will occur with use.

5) Are these tubs as easy to clean as normal tubs?

They are simple to clean, but unlike routine tubs, it's advisable to maintain a daily cleaning custom with a walk in bath utilizing the correct products and subsequent manufacturer's recommendations. You would like to really make sure with a walk in bath that you remove scum and spots to protect the surface. Get into the habit of wiping down the surfaces that are wet after each use to help prevent the build up scum, which will require more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to wash your walk-in tub. Products that address your particular water stain and deposits should be considered as well as any indications that these products may destroy the finish on your bathtub. You need to get familiar with the best cleaning techniques for your kind of bath since tubs are usually either acrylic or fiberglass. Fiberglass can readily dull and is brittle and porous and spot. Do not use harsh abrasive products on fiberglass. Acrylic is non-porous and simple to wash. Also, if the weather permits, air out the room so that it does not stay humid all day. Some manufacturers advise that your bathroom window opens for an hour each day to let moisture escape.

6) Is there a way to get Jacuzzi jets in my tub?

Yes. Be mindful of the quantity of water and air that comes out of the jets to make sure it's the appropriate amount which will soothe pains and your sore muscles with a massage sense. Jets could be placed to target particular regions to provide for the best effects. Many Scottsdale customers enjoy the therapeutic effect of having jets installed in their own walk in bathtub for a wide array of health conditions that gain from the relaxation that is additional.

7) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you enter the walk in tub, by pulling the handle toward you, you shut the doorway and seal it. Make sure that the handle is locked in order to prevent any water decline. There are various kinds of handles determined by the version you decide to purchase. Make sure it's a handle which you can certainly function. Then, you shut the floor drain and ensure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before utilizing the bathtub. Makers may also advocate a maximum time of use. You need to drain the water when you've finished your bath, turn the overflow knob or remove the drain depending on the kind of drain. Pull on the tub handle and exit the tub.

8) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they can leak. Consumers who purchased more inferior quality fiberglass in a framed walkin bathtub have reported that their walk in tub eventually demonstrated spider cracking in the ground region and then leaked. Another common criticism from people who bought a lousy quality bath and tried to save money stems from door flows. Ensure the walk in bath is powerful and stiff to avoid any flex that inhibits a water tight door. Also, during the installation process, it is highly recommended that the Arizona installer never lift the bath by the plumbing, since it can result in escapes. Also any damage that could have happened during hauling can loosen fittings and mishandling and cause leakage. Before utilizing the walk in bath, it is significant the installer examine the bathtub correctly according to the instruction manual. The water may have trouble emptying properly and might cause the door to leak if the tub isn't installed level with the supporting attributes supplied. Finally, make sure you understand the hazards linked to the positioning of your walk-in tub, notably alcoves, because they have special conditions to avert leaking.

9) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Arizona?

Medicare doesn't cover walk-in bathtub equipment and installation prices in Arizona, since they're dwelling modifications, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment does not contain physical changes to a house, only medical gear and materials which are accustomed to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or make use of a shower or bath safer and easier. Consumer Affairs indicates that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom safety reasons) a walk in tub is warranted to determine if the gear could be partly compensated. More times than not, they won't cover it. However, if you're eligible for Medicaid, the system in your state may offer you some financial assistance for a walk-in tub. You may be eligible for a House and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for specific specialized medical equipment and availability modifications. In case you are a receiver of Medicare and Medicaid, you need to also consider the Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan. The Special Needs Plan (SNP) or Medicaid may consider your qualifications if you can establish that a walk-in bath is medically necessary, not merely a convenience, or as a prevention in the case of a fall, along with a written prescription that describes the requirement for an individual to remain residing in their residence. Medicaid provides an entire record of waivers applicable to the elderly that we suggest that you review.

10) Will AARP cover the cost of equipment and installation?

AARP isn't a supplier of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP will not make individuals health plan recommendations and does not cover the expense of walk-in tubs or some well-being needs. AARP does provide coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance and accessibility to medical care tools to members as a resource, but third parties provide member benefits. Check with the plans that are listed under the membership services of AARP in Arizona.

11) Can I convert my existing bathtub into a walk-in one?

Yes. There are instructions available on how to convert your existing bathtub into a walk-in tub. We recommend that you simply understand just how to use the tools that are correct so that you don't end up with a non-working tub. There are businesses in Scottsdale that understand the way to turn your bath more handicap as well as your home reachable for less of an investment than other options. As installers, we know just how to point you in the correct direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we can assist you in making your home meet your current wants, particularly if you have recently become disabled or are providing an aged person care-giving in their house or your home.

12) Are there any kits available for installing my own walk-in tub?

Yes, manufacturers do offer do-it-yourself installments of a bath conversion kit. Depending on whether you have the proper tools and technical acquaintance with the instruments, it is possible. However, many times, someone believes it's going to be inexpensive to purchase all the tools that are proper. These tools could be expensive, so make sure you compare the price of buying each of the tools and the cost of your time learning how to install the kit with the cost of a professional installation. Then the directions may seem pretty simple, in the event you are someone who does a large amount of home improvements. Just make certain they examine the unit in line with the manufacturer's instructions and the unit you bought didn't get harmed during transportation.

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