This is one of our biggest sales of the year!
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
Aging Safely Baths, a leading wholesale supplier of innovative bathroom safety products, is holding a spring sales promotion to celebrate the new season. This once a year sale is making it possible for consumers to save up to 15% off the regularly marked prices on walk in bathtubs and handicap showers for the disabled and people with mobility challenges. The growing proportion of the population currently classified as “senior” is prompting serious evaluation of the costs of staying in the home where everything is familiar versus the expense and emotional strain of moving into an elder care environment. Research studies on the expense of change are validating that adapting current housing is a good investment, and bathroom remodeling is near the top of the list of desired changes.
The sale includes some factory closeouts, overstock, and units with minor cosmetic flaws which are available at deeply reduced prices. They offer several of the top brand hydrotherapy walk in bathtubs and low threshold roll in showers. Many of which are manufactured in the United States and have third party certifications for quality control. They come standard with safety features such as slip resistant floors and anti-scalding valves which can make predicting water temperature much more manageable. The low threshold showers have hand held shower wands and built in seats. The company also sells ADA compliant showers that can be installed in residential homes or commercial facilities such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals and even rehabilitation centers. All models come with industry leading lifetime warranties against door leaks. Systems come with options of whirlpool water jetting, warm air hydrotherapy jetting and dual hydro jets. Some models also include aromatherapy, heated seats, grab bars and chromotherapy mood lighting. Seat heights can range from 15” to 22” in some transfer bathtubs. Padded seat riser cushions are available and are custom made to order. These can be great to offer a little extra cushion and help provide additional height to the seat potentially making it a little easier to get up for some customers.
Furthermore, this sale includes all deep soaking walk in tubs that can allow bathers to get water up to the shoulder area more easily than many conventional models. The sizes range from extra-large 30” x 60”, 32”x 60” to more compact sizes like a 26” x 46” which was designed for tight spaces and smaller bathing areas. In addition, the company has a few front entry step in baths sized at 27” x 39” and a 32” x 38”. A slow drain time can be a concern with some models, and to some extent will be dependent on the home or facilities plumbing, but they do carry several models with rapid draining systems and dual drains.
For those who want to find a discount senior bathtub or shower; this may be just what you are looking for. The highly trained and friendly staff will help guide customers to selecting the best unit for their unique needs. There are many options available, so it is important to get a bathing appliance that has all of the features that are needed. Typically most models can be installed in large bathrooms or small. Getting it through the doorway can be a challenge, however it isn’t difficult to widen a door or go through and adjacent wall.
It is important to note, having a bathroom that’s been updated for aging in place may add marketability to a home. Many communities and neighborhoods are predominately, if not exclusively for the elderly. The importance of safety as age increases and mobility decreases cannot be overstated. It is estimated about half of all falls happen at home. Getting in and out of the tub or shower is a common time for people to fall, so any updating which can reduce the chance of falling is a plus. This sale provides a great opportunity to save some extra money, while doing something proactive about safety and well being.
The staff at Aging Safely is available for consultation regarding all products available. Feel free to visit http://www.agingsafelybaths.com or call for a non-obligatory consultation.