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Make Using the Bath Much Less Dangerous

The toilet is one of the very dangerous places in the house for aged individuals. With a brand new walk-in tub, you can make getting in and out of the shower much safer and much more secure each day. That reduces the risk of one of the very high-risk rooms in the house.

No More Worrying Over the Ones You Love

You can worry about your family members safety by reducing the chances of slipping and falling in the restroom. No more wondering if they have fallen and can’t get up, or are acceptable. You can rest easier, knowing they aren’t in risk by adding mobility gear.

Increase the Total Value to Your Yuma Home

With an aging baby boomer population, mobility assistive devices and equipment installed in a Yuma home will probably be quite appealing to this demographic. By adding mobility devices to your own bathroom, you can greatly increase your Yuma home’s resale value, and make it a lot easier to sell when the time comes.


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

Do you want additional help washing and cleaning of falling in the bathtub because of the threat?

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

We are proud to put in walk-in bathtubs and showers for the truly amazing individuals of Yuma, to make normal living much easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility AZ can have a new shower setup all ready to go in your Yuma home within a day or two!

Make Living Alone in Arizona Safe and Fun!

For several aging citizens, being able to live within their very own house for so long as possible is the simplest way to keep dignity and pride in their lives.

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

For many aged folks, this means eventually needing to move away from the Yuma home they’ve lived in for a long time and love, and into a Arizona retirement or care facility that’s sterile, unknown and not nearly the same as their own house in Yuma.

By preventing slips and falls in the restroom with a fresh walk in bath, elderly folks will likely be able relish the life they’ve lived for many years, and to stay in their own home for more.

Increase your Yuma Home’s Resale Value to An Increasing Baby Boomer People.

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

By installing a walk-in tub in your Yuma home, you’ll not only make daily living easier but would set up your dwelling to be valuable in the future.

Every walk-in bathtub can greatly increase your Arizona house’s resale and attractiveness to aging people.

Give our Yuma team a call to discover precisely how much the resale value of your home would climb from a brand new facility.

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

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

Among the biggest worries for aged people living in Yuma is the danger of falling and sliding when getting in or out of the shower.

With a walk in bathtub, you can stop worrying about that possibility, since the washing process will likely be safe and easy .

Without having to step out so high over the side, now you have more equilibrium and equilibrium, and can get in and out much simpler.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Yes, producers do offer do it yourself installments of a bath conversion kit. Depending on whether you possess the right tools and specialized familiarity with the tools, it is not impossible. Nevertheless, lots of times, someone believes it is definitely going to be affordable to buy all the tools that are appropriate. These tools could be costly, so make sure you compare the price of buying each of the tools along with the price of your time learning the best way to install the kit together with the cost of a professional setup. Then the instructions may seem fairly easy, in case you're someone who does a large amount of home improvements. Otherwise, you might want to save yourself the trouble and expense by investing in Yuma professionals who will install it properly. Just make certain that the unit you purchased did not get harmed during transportation and the unit is tested by them in line with producer 's instructions.

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

Yes. Be careful of the quantity of air and also water that comes out of the jets to make sure it's the proper amount which will soothe your sore muscles and pains using a massage sensation. Jets may be placed to target particular regions to provide for the greatest effects. Many Yuma customers take pleasure in the therapeutic effect of having jets installed within their walk-in bath for a wide range of medical conditions that gain from the added easiness.

3) How much is it for a cheaper walk-in bathtub?

A cheaper fundamental variant of the walk-in tub can really cost between $1,7000 and $3,000 in [

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

Medicare doesn't cover walk in bathtub gear and installation costs in Arizona, since they're dwelling adjustments, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment does not include physical changes to a home, just medical equipment and materials which are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or use a shower or bathtub safer and simpler. Consumer Affairs implies that you may want to contact Medicare to see if (for mobility security reasons) a walk in tub is justified to determine if the gear can be partially compensated. More times than not, they will not cover it. But if you are eligible for Medicaid, the program in your state may offer you some financial assistance for a walk-in bath. You may qualify for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for specific specialized medical equipment and availability modifications. In case you are a recipient of Medicaid and Medicare, you must also think about the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Plan. Medicaid offers a whole record of waivers related to the elderly that we suggest that you review. Also, contact your Yuma or Arizona Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to investigate Medicaid Waivers and financial options for long term care.

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

They're simple to wash, but unlike routine baths, it's recommended to maintain a day-to-day cleaning habit with a walk-in bath utilizing the appropriate products and following manufacturer's recommendations. You want to actually make sure with a walk-in bath that you remove scum and spots to defend the surface. Depending on whether you have hard water, soft water, or water, you may see different types of deposits and spots on your bathtub. Get into the practice of wiping down the wet surfaces after each use to help prevent the build up scum, that will need more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to clean your walkin bathtub. Products that address your unique water spot and deposits should be considered in addition to any indications that these products may destroy the finish on your own bathtub. You want to get familiar with the best cleaning methods for your sort of tub since baths are usually either fiberglass or acrylic. Fiberglass is porous and brittle and can easily dull and spot. Acrylic is nonporous and simple to clean. Additionally, if the current weather permits, air the room out in order that it doesn't remain humid all day. Some manufacturers recommend that you just open your own bathroom window for an hour daily to let moisture escape.

6) How much do walk-in bathtubs cost in Yuma?

A walk in bathtub in Yuma generally ranges in cost from $1,700 to over $30,000. The cost depends upon whether you have it installed by our Arizona team, what characteristics you choose, as well as the standard of the goods. The cost also fluctuates depending on whether you choose acrylic or fiberglass tubs. Everyone differs and ensuring that a walk-in bath works for somebody 's unique situation is quite critical because it's typically replacing a bath or bathtub assembly that isn't meeting their needs. A superb walk in bathtub runs between $3,000 and $8,000 installed. Some suppliers provide a cash bonus or monthly obligations.

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

AARP is not a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make health plan recommendations for people and does not cover the expense of walk in bathtubs or some wellness needs. AARP does provide coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance and access to healthcare tools to members as a resource, but member benefits are provided by third parties. Check with the plans that are listed in Arizona under AARP's membership services.

8) Is there any additional structural support needed before installation?

Many walk in tubs are mounted to a stainless steel welded support framework with leveling feet that's included with your tub that was purchased. The flooring in the bathroom has to have a structural support strength that exceeds the weight of the tub as well as the weight of the water. Our Yuma installer will check to determine if the floor is level and otherwise if it's not, then they'll use the leveling legs to adjust the amount of the tub. Of course, the previous bath will have to be eliminated. Also, the if replacing the wall or tile in the region will have to be removed.

9) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems employ a gravity just drainage system, while other makers offer power assisted drainage systems. Normally, the drainage system in a walk-in bath is attached to the standard tub drain, which is threaded into a flat conduit called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed under its flange using a foam washer or putty. Some attributes may cost you more, therefore it is always a good idea to inquire. Finally, get to know the difference between frameless tubs and framed baths since frameless baths often drain quicker than framed baths, because they do not alter the drain height of your existing tub. Framed tubs are made on a steel framework and the base of the bath is dangled off the floor. Frameless tubs are designed with an extra-strength mold that does not demand a steel frame and the underside of the bath isn't suspended in the air.

10) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you enter the walk-in tub, you close the doorway and seal it by pulling on the handle toward you. Make sure the handle is locked in order to prevent any water decline. There are several types of handles determined by the model you choose to buy. Make sure it is a handle that you can easily work. Then, the floor drain close and make sure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before using the bath. Your bath is prepared once the bathtub fills to the desired depth. Once you have completed your bath, remove the drain depending on the type of drain or turn the overflow knob you need to empty the water. Pull on the bath leave and handle the tub.

11) Will a tub like this add to my Yuma home’s resale value?

Should you live in a Yuma retirement community, installing a walk in bath may increase the value of your own home. It probably will not raise the value of your dwelling. Since changes to your bathroom do not generally raise the value of your house, the cost may qualify for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Arizona if the principal goal of the enhancements is to adapt a home to the handicap of the citizen, their spouse or dependent living there.

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

Mostly you're paying for a listing of safety features that are unavailable on a regular tub. These safety features are built into walk-in bathtubs for individuals with limited mobility to reduce the possibility of falling down. An essential aspect of walk in tubs is that there's a low step threshold to permit a user to readily enter into the tub unconcerned concerning the normal high wall of a regular bathtub. The walk-in baths also typically comprise improved drain options, jet therapy, and a cleaning function. Additionally, one of the reasons why the cost varies among the walk in baths is that the tubs are custom-made depending on someone 's demands rather than factory copied, in order to find a bath that's specially made for somebody who needs wheelchair accessibility, a bath that fits a bigger person, or a soaker tub with jets.

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