Deep Walk In Tubs
If you’re wanting a deeper soak when taking a bath, deep walk in tubs may be the perfect solution for you. Aging Safely offers premium deep soaking hydrotherapy walk in bathtubs for some of the best prices nationally. Now bathers can enjoy up to 22” of soaking depth from the bottom of the seat to bottom of overflow. Some of the walk in tubs out there are very shallow. This can make it difficult for some bathers to get the water up to their shoulder and neck area. For some people this is a place on their bodies they would like to experience the hydrotherapy and warm bath water. For those that want a deep soak walk in bathtub, you’ll enjoy our spacious Deep Series walk in tub with sidewalls that go as tall as 46″. Sit back, relax and enjoy the jet massage and hydro bubbles all over your body.
Walk In Tubs Installation Cost
Are you wondering what a walk in tubs installation cost is? You’ll have to do some research, and we can help you with that. Installation costs can vary drastically based on the unique installation requirements. Variables like widening doors, electrical and finish work can change the price drastically. Walk in baths for elderly prices can really range a lot. It partially depends on what size tub you want and what accessory options you choose. A soaker walk in tub without jets will be less expensive typically and doesn’t require any electrical hook up. This may be a more affordable option for bathers that just want a warm bath. Our trained consultants can help you figure out the best option for your needs.
Small Space Walk In Tub
If you need a small space walk in tub, Aging Safely Baths has several options for you to choose from. We have numerous compact and small walk in bathtubs that are designed to fit into tight places. Some of our smaller models have outward swinging doors also. They’re great for bathrooms where you’re replacing an existing shower system. We also carry a variety of big walk in tubs. Some of our step in baths have seats over 30” wide! Making sure the internal seat width matches the bathers body and preferences is essential. If a walk in tub has a 19” wide seat, yet the bathers hip area is 20” wide, this can present a problem. You typically want to measure from the outside of the elbows hanging down naturally. Keep in mind when sitting in a walk in tub your arms are normally below the sidewall of the tub. You want to make sure you fit comfortably and have the desired amount of room to enjoy your bath.
Tub With Door
A tub with door is becoming more and more popular with seniors as they are choosing to stay in their homes more. Modifications are typically a necessary part of this. However what solution works for one person, may not be the best fit for another. Bathtubs with doors can provide a nice low entry for bathers to step over and enter the bathtub. Bathers that can’t walk or don’t have use of lower extremities may not benefit from a walk in tub. Bathers that aren’t able to step into a walk-in bath should consider a wheelchair transfer bath. The door has a cut a way, so bather can simply sit down and slide over before shutting the door. Another option to consider is a walk in shower or handicapped shower with a built in seat. Keeping you and your loved ones safe is the most important part here. So, it’s essential to get a bathtub or shower that matches your needs, abilities and lifestyle.
Walk In Tubs For Two
You can even enjoy walk in tubs for two! Perfect for the couple sharing a bath, or even a caretaker that can enter the bathtub also. Our spacious two person walk in tub has two 15” tall seats that face one another. A center stainless steel and tempered glass door which give it a modern contemporary look. It comes with whirlpool hydro massage jets, air hydrotherapy jets and colored mood lighting. Please contact an Aging Safely Baths representative today for a non-obligatory consultation. We want to help you find the right solution for your needs and budget.