New York, NY (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Aging Safely Baths, a specialty provider of roll in shower stalls and walk in bathtubs announces hydrotherapy walk in tubs with stainless steel frames that are backed by a lifetime warranty. This premium warranty may potentially give customers more assurance of high quality standards being met.
The stainless steel frames also come equipped with leveling legs so customers can easily balance the luxury walk in bathtubs when performing the install. These unique features may ultimately help reduce installation costs as well.
While hydrotherapy walk in tubs may be incredibly useful to some people, they aren’t always the right fit for others. Bathers that have disabilities might prefer a roll in shower with a seat, or a wheelchair accessible transfer bathtub. It’s essential that the bather is capable of entering the bathing appliance independently or with the help of a caretaker.
For clients that require a handicap shower, wheelchair access roll in shower stalls can have safety grab bars installed and can even come with a temperature control device as an additional precaution. However the showers do not come with the hydrotherapy feature, which may possibly be a downside for some customers.
As the baby boomer generation continues to age, more people than ever are entering the retirement years. Seniors across the world are seeking out technologies that can help them potentially live better lives with the utmost independence. A step in tub or roll in shower can be installed into most residential locations without a major remodel; therefore these types of options are becoming an increasingly popular choice for many retirees.
Several of the bathing appliances offered by the company also come with slip resistant floors and built in seats. Additionally the wheelchair transfer bathtubs can work with a disability lift to help hoist bathers into the tub.
Those who would like to learn more about Aging Safely Baths and their specialty product line are encouraged to contact a consultant for a consultation. Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals and physical therapy organizations can also qualify for volume pricing incentives.