How Much is Safety and Independence Worth to You?

Prevent Falls, Prolong Independence, Add Resale Value, Improve Circulation & Sleep, and Show You Care 24/7

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Avoid Serious Injury from Slip and Falls

Getting in and outside of the bathtub is one of the very dangerous activities aged folks can do. By switching for a tub that is much more reachable, you can considerably reduce the change of a serious injury from slipping and falling. One serious harm can significantly lower lifespan and your mobility.

No More Worrying Over the Safety of Your Loved Ones

You can worry much less about your family members security, by reducing the odds of sliding and falling in the bathroom. No more wondering if they’re acceptable, or have fallen and can’t get up. You can rest easier, knowing they aren’t in risk by adding mobility equipment.

Make Daily Life Easier and More Dignified

Bathing is something every single day that most people do. By making the daily cleaning of yourself easier, you are able to make your own life much more dignified, and a lot more pleasurable understanding you can still take care of yourself, with no need of outside help or nurses to do.


Would an accidental slip and fall set you behind years of freedom and exercise?

Does having to step high over the tub to get outside or in also make you scared of falling down and put you off balance?

We’re proud to put in walk-in showers and tubs for the truly amazing individuals of Tucson, to make regular living easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility AZ can have a brand new shower arrangement all ready to go in your Tucson home within a few days!

Raise your Tucson Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer Population.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Arizona are becoming older, mobility equipment will become a larger and bigger selling point for the purchase of Tucson houses.

By installing a walk-in tub in your Tucson home, you will not only make daily living easier but would set up your home to be more precious later on.

Every walk in bathtub can considerably increase your Arizona home’s resale and attractiveness to aging people.

Give our Tucson team a call to discover just how much your house’s resale value would climb from a fresh installation.

Make Living Independently in Arizona Safe and Fun!

For many aging citizens, being able to reside within their very own home for as long as possible is the simplest way to maintain dignity and pride in their own lives.

As people age, parts of their bodies start to break down, plus it becomes dangerous to dwell alone without additional help in the rare case that something occurs.

For a lot of elderly people, this means eventually having to move away from the Tucson dwelling they’ve lived in for many years and love, and into a Arizona retirement or care facility that is sterile, unfamiliar and not practically the same as their own house in Tucson.

By preventing tumbles and slips in the restroom with a brand new walk-in bath, elderly folks will soon be able to remain in their very own home for longer, and revel in the life they’ve lived for years.

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

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

Among the greatest stresses for aged people living in Tucson is the risk of sliding and falling when getting in or out of the shower. With extra water everywhere, and slick surfaces, it may be hard to maintain balance well enough to get in or out.

With a walk-in tub, you can stop worrying about that possibility, as the bathing process will likely be easy and safe .

Now you can get in and out much simpler, and have more balance and equilibrium, without needing to step out over the side.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) What sort of guarantees are there that these tubs won’t leak and damage my Tucson house?

Consumer Affairs urges that an original owner purchase a lifetime guarantee to give peace of mind to buyers about escapes. Additionally, ask if the lifetime guarantee is extended to other owners too. For a set amount of years, this will be included for Arizona dwelling setups.

2) Will a tub like this look bad for my homeowner’s insurance in Arizona?

Check with your Tucson homeowner's insurance to ensure it's going to cover you against this kind of damage. You may require a home alteration permit from the Tucson, AZ building department to set up a tub, particularly if walls have to be removed to match your bathroom plans. Above all, if you needed a license and you didn't get one AND your house suffers from damage from the installed walk-in bath, your losses may not be covered by your homeowner's insurance. If you plan on ever selling your Tucson residence, there are lots of buyer beware messages out there which will direct potential buyers from your home since it does influence homeowner's insurance, if there have been any advancements without licenses. Buyers see their homeowners insurance and the permits as protections on their investments in homes.

3) Why are these tubs so much more expensive than normal tubs?

Mostly you're paying for a listing of safety features which are not accessible on a regular bathtub. These safety features are built into walk in tubs for individuals with limited freedom to reduce the chance of falling down. Model wall heights are normally 37 to 47 inches tall and contain a built in shower seat, textured flooring, grab bars, anti-scald valves, in-line heater, temperature controls, plus a water tight door. An important feature of walk-in tubs is that there is a low step threshold to allow a user to readily enter into the tub unconcerned regarding the typical high wall of a regular tub. The walk-in bathtubs also usually contain enhanced drain options, jet therapy, and a cleaning function. Additionally, among the reasons why the price varies among the walk in tubs is that the tubs are custom-made depending on a person's needs rather than factory reproduced, in order to discover a bathtub that's especially made for somebody who wants wheelchair access, a tub that fits a bigger individual, or a soaker tub with jets.

4) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Sometimes, however, it's important to modify the plumbing depending on the precise location of the drains. Installers may need to add a fitting to the existing wastewater conduit for a walk-in bathtub. Existing plumbing may allow for slower drain times or quicker drain times.

5) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Arizona?

Aetna will not cover walk-in bathtubs under their traditional plans in Arizona. They usually follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the bathroom. In the event the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered medically necessary, as opposed to a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is essential for daily tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing considered essential and is considered a daily living action, bathroom items which are considered medically necessary if a member is unable to bathe or shower without being seated or unable to transfer to and from a bathtub are listed by Aetna.

6) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most individuals don't start from scratch, they start with a tub conversion kit. There are instructions available on the best way to convert your existing bathtub into a walk-in bath. We advise that you simply know how exactly to use the right tools in order that you just do not end up with a non-working bathtub. There are businesses that know how to turn your house and your tub more handicap accessible for less of an investment than alternatives. As Arizona installers, we know the way to direct you in the correct direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to assist you to make your home meet your current needs, particularly if you have recently become disabled or are supplying an elderly man care-giving in their own home or your house.

7) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems use a gravitation only drainage system, while other manufacturers offer power-assisted drainage systems. Usually, the drainage system in a walk in bathtub is attached to the standard tub drain, which is threaded into a horizontal conduit called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed under its flange with putty or a foam washer. Since a bather cannot leave the tub until all the water is drained, the large difference is the fact that since sitting there waiting for the water can leave a bather feeling chilled, makers have tried to decrease the waiting time. Comparing double drain options to accelerated drain choices is significant when considering that most walk in baths take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which demands that the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some attributes may cost you more, so it's always a good idea to ask. Finally, get to know the difference between frameless baths since frameless tubs often empty quicker than framed tubs, because they do not change the drain height of your existing bath and framed baths. Framed tubs are built on a steel framework and also the base of the bath is suspended off the ground. Frameless baths are designed with an extra-strength form that really doesn't necessitate a steel frame and the underside of the tub isn't suspended in the air.

8) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they could leak. Consumers who bought poorer quality fiberglass in a framed walk-in bathtub have reported that their walk-in bath finally demonstrated spider cracking in the ground area and then leaked. Another common complaint from people who bought a lousy quality tub and attempted to save money comes from door leaks. Ensure that the walk in bath is rigid and strong to avoid any flex that inhibits a water-tight door. Additionally any damage that could have happened during hauling can loosen fittings and mishandling and cause leakage. Before utilizing the walk in bath, it's important the installer examine the bathtub properly according to the instruction manual. The water may have problem emptying properly and might cause the door to leak, in case the bath isn't installed level with the supporting attributes supplied. Eventually, be sure to understand the risks linked to the positioning of your walk in bathtub, especially alcoves, since they have specific conditions to prevent leaking.

9) How do I know these tubs will fully seal and not leak out all over the floor?

Initial testing and appropriate installation should provide you with a leak proof encounter, yet there are events where they experienced flows, that customers report. Under suitable conditions, the door seal should compress making it totally leak proof. Some units comprise another drain below the entry door to help prevent escapes in the event the door does leak. Inquire if this feature is comprised. We highly recommend that you get a lifetime guarantee, because it covers the seal along with the door in the instance of a flow. Some people replace the door seal on a walk in bathtub themselves. In addition, it is very important to take good attention of the walk in tub door when the tub isn't in use to prevent early failure of the seal. Wiping down door jamb and the door seal after each use can preserve the integrity of the water seal. Follow the care as well as maintenance instructions.

10) Do these tubs use more water than conventional tubs?

Yes. A walk in tub is generally taller than an average bath tub, which includes about 2 1/2 feet of water on average. Some manufacturers say that you just use exactly the same quantity of water as a standard shower if a typical shower is 7 minutes and you also use 7 gallons of water a minute. Many of the walk in tubs on the market have a 40-80 gallon capacity. Actually, many manufacturers recommend that you've got a hot water tank that accommodates at least 50 gallons, although some bathtubs will work efficiently if you fill them with 40-60 gallons.

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

AARP isn't a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make individuals health plan recommendations and doesn't cover the expense of walk in tubs or some well-being needs. AARP does provide access to healthcare tools and coverage like Medicare Supplement Insurance and other health plans to members as a resource, but member advantages are provided by third parties. Check with the plans which are listed under the membership services of AARP in Arizona.

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

You can re-sell or locate used walk in tubs being sold online. Yet, a lot of folks typically want to be sure that they're purchasing a walk-in tub that personally fulfills with their needs for the long-term. They are not as likely to choose a huge risk by paying the removal of their present bath and also all of the costs associated with transportation without a little more investment and assurance in quality and the status of their purchase. There's not really a big marketplace for plumbing fixtures that are used. If you are uncertain how long you're going to be at your Tucson dwelling and can't justify a long-term care option of a major walk in tub installation, then there are easy measure retrofits that give you the ability to return the toilet to an unmodified toilet to avoid turning potential buyers away who do not desire to pay for a large removal. Eventually, should you think you might try and resell your walk-in bathtub, the next buyer may want to be aware of if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too or if they are going to need to cover the costs connected with a door seal or alternative component damages that may occur with use.

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