Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Specialty walk in tub provider, Aging Safely Baths & More, announces they will now be offering a line of premium curtains to complement their handicap tub and shower systems. This quality accessory is universal and works on a track system for ease of use.
When standing in a shower or even filling up a tub, it can potentially result in a lot of water spray on the floor. Any time there’s water on a bathroom floor, the chance for a slip and fall to occur can dramatically increase. For some bathers, especially the elderly and disabled, the right solution may be a specially designed low step in bathing product.
The company has a wide range of accessories to correspond with their products and have recently added the shower curtain to their product list. This new addition allows for clients who have purchased other brands to take advantage of the curved shape and thick vinyl that it’s equipped with.
A standard shower curtain is designed to be used in a traditional shower. It isn’t designed to curve around the seat as well as the back of the tub. As a result, there might be a significant amount of water spray onto the tub wall and the surrounding floor, causing a high risk of slipping. Since the majority of the people who use these types of systems are elderly or disabled, it may provide more convenience and ease of use.
The company also sells ADA compliant handicap grab bars, which can be installed at various heights within the showers as well as on the outside of the tub, as a way to assist a person with getting in and out of the bathing appliance. Particularly those who utilize a wheelchair, may find that these bars can provide a significant amount of assistance so that a person might not have to rely on anyone else in order to take care of personal hygiene.
Hydrotherapy is another topic of interest among seniors and the disabled. There are a number of homeopathic options for those who are dealing with pain as well as a variety of other medical conditions. A hydrotherapy jetted tub may potentially improve circulation and relieve sore muscles for some users. With the bonus of being able to walk into the tub as opposed to having to step over the wall of the tub, more people are able to take advantage of a low threshold tub and all of its safety benefits. In addition, the company offers several transfer baths that can be used in conjunction with a lift and are ideal for those in wheelchairs that want to bathe in water.
Nursing homes, contractors and aging in place organizations are also encouraged to contact a representative for special wholesale pricing. Several of the low threshold shower units and step in tubs can be installed into most residential applications, as well as used commercially. Full installations are available in most areas across the country, although clients can elect to have their own plumber perform the installation and purchase the tub supply only. For detailed information and many of the common questions, please visit http://www.Agingsafelybaths.com or contact customer care representative.