How Much is Safety and Independence Worth to You?

Prevent Falls, Prolong Independence, Add Resale Value, Improve Circulation & Sleep, and Show You Care 24/7

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Make Daily Life More Dignified

Bathing is some thing every single day that most people do. By making the daily cleaning of yourself easier, you can make your own life much more pleasurable, and much more dignified knowing you can take care of yourself, with no need of nurses or external help.

Avoid Becoming Seriously Injured from Slipping and Falling

Getting in and outside of the bathtub is among the very dangerous activities elderly individuals can do. You can greatly decrease the change of a serious injury from sliding and dropping by switching for a more reachable tub. One serious harm can significantly lower your freedom and lifespan.

Stay in Your Own Home Longer and with More Freedom

Everyone desires to be able to live alone, and be able to look after themselves for as long as possible. With a new bathtub, you may add another couple of years to having the ability to reside in your home, take good care of yourself, and be free to determine if you want to bathe, not when you’re scheduled to.


Is it true that the threat of falling and slipping in the bathroom make you frightened of living?

Do you need additional help bathing and cleaning of falling in the bathtub due to the danger?

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

Here at Cain’s Mobility WA , we’re proud to install tubs and showers that have doors to step in and out of, making bathing and showering considerably simpler for the aged people of Vancouver.

Stop Worrying about Slipping and Falling in the Restroom, and Get Stability and Equilibrium.

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

Among the greatest stresses for aged individuals living in Vancouver is the risk of sliding and falling when getting in or out of the shower. With slippery surfaces, and excess water everywhere, it may be difficult to maintain equilibrium well enough to get in or out.

With a walk-in bathtub, you can quit worrying about that possibility, as the bathing procedure will probably be simple and safe once more.

Now you have significantly more balance and equilibrium, and can get in and out much simpler, without needing to step out over the side.

Make Living Independently in Washington Safe and Fun!

For many citizens that are aging, having the ability to live in their own house for so long as possible is the simplest way to maintain dignity and pride in their own lives.

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

For many elderly individuals, this means eventually needing to move away from the Vancouver home they’ve lived in for decades and love, and into a Washington retirement or care facility that is infertile, unknown and not almost the same as their own home in Vancouver.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the restroom with a fresh walk-in bathtub, elderly folks will have the ability to stay in their own home for longer, and relish the life they have lived for years.

Raise your Vancouver Home’s Resale Value to An Increasing Baby Boomer Population.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Washington are getting elderly, mobility equipment will become a bigger and larger selling point for the purchase of Vancouver houses.

By installing a walk-in bathtub in your Vancouver house, you’ll not only make living easier but would set up your dwelling to be more precious in the future.

Every walk in bathtub can significantly raise your Washington attractiveness and house’s resale to aging people.

Give our Vancouver team a call to find out just how much the resale value of your house would rise from a new installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Will a tub like this look bad for my homeowner’s insurance in Washington?

Many updated homeowner's insurance policies protect against flooding from your pipes and appliances. Check with your Vancouver homeowner's insurance to make sure it will cover you against this sort of damage. You may need a home modification license from the Vancouver, WA building department to set up a bath, particularly if walls have to be removed to coordinate with your bathroom plans. Above all, if you needed a permit and you didn't get one AND your home suffers from damage from the installed walk-in bathtub, your homeowner's insurance may not cover your losses. In case you plan on selling your Vancouver residence, there are tons of buyer beware messages out there that will direct potential buyers from your house if there have been any developments without permits since it does affect homeowner's insurance. Buyers see the permits as well as their homeowners insurance as protections on their investments in homes.

2) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most folks do not start from scratch, they start with a bathtub conversion kit. There are instructions available on how to convert your existing bathtub into a walk in bath. We recommend that you just know the way to use the correct tools in order that you just don't end up with a non-working tub. There are firms that understand the best way to turn your disability that is bath more along with your house accessible for less of an investment than other options. As Washington installers, we understand how to direct you in the correct direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we can assist you in making your house fulfill your current needs, especially if you've recently become disabled or are providing an aged person care-giving in their home or your residence.

3) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Washington?

Aetna does not cover walk in bathtubs under their plans that are traditional in Washington. Aetna doesn't cover walk in bathtubs under their HMO and health network plans either. They typically follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the restroom. If the member is bed- room or confined - confined some DMEs are considered necessary, instead of a public toilet. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it's needed for day-to-day tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing considered vital and is considered a daily living action, Aetna lists bathroom items which are incapable to transfer to and from a tub or considered medically necessary if a member is not able to bathe or shower without being seated.

4) 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 bought. The flooring in the toilet has to have a structural support strength that exceeds the weight of the tub as well as the weight of the water. Our Vancouver installer will check to determine whether the floor is level and otherwise if it's not, then they'll make use of the leveling legs to correct the level of the tub. Obviously, the previous bath will have to be removed. In addition, the wall or tile in area will have to be removed if replacing.

5) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they could leak. Another common criticism from people who purchased a lousy quality bath and tried to save cash comes from door escapes. Make sure that the walk in bathtub is inflexible and powerful to prevent any flex that inhibits a watertight door. Additionally during carrying any damage that may have occurred can loosen fittings and mishandling and cause leakage. Before utilizing the walk-in tub, it's important that the bathtub is tested by the installer correctly according to the instruction manual. If the bathtub is not installed degree with the supporting attributes provided, the water could cause the door to leak and may have trouble draining properly. Eventually, be sure to comprehend the dangers related to the placement of your walk in tub, notably alcoves, since they have particular requirements to prevent leaking.

6) Can I convert my existing bathtub into a walk-in one?

Yes. There are instructions available on how to convert your existing bathtub into a walk in bath. We recommend that you simply understand just how to use the tools that are appropriate in order that you just don't end up with a non-working tub. There are businesses in Vancouver that understand how to turn your bath more handicap as well as your home accessible for less of an investment than other options. As installers, we understand how to direct you in the proper direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to assist you to make your home fulfill your current needs, particularly if you've recently become disabled or are supplying an aged man care-giving in their own home or your house.

7) Is there a way to re-sell the tub once we are done with it?

You can re-sell find or used walk in bathtubs being sold online. Yet, lots of people usually desire to be sure they are purchasing a walk in bathtub that personally meets with their needs for the long-term. They are less inclined to choose a big risk by paying all the costs associated with transport and the removal of their present bathtub without a bit more investment and assurance in quality and the state of their purchase. There isn't really a huge market for used plumbing fixtures. Eventually, should you think you could try and resell your walk in tub, the following buyer may want to know whether the lifetime guarantee is extended to other owners as well or if they are going to need to cover the costs connected with a door seal or alternative part damages that may occur with use.

8) What types of financing are available in Washington if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

The American Elder Care Research Organization lists several other financial assistance paths to consider when looking for aid to buy your walkin bathtub. (1) The US Department of Agriculture helps low income and elderly residents of rural areas make home modifications to enable aging in place. The USA Rural Development plan is also called the Section 504 program, the Very Low-Income Housing Repair program and the RD 504 Loan Program. The adjustments may include a walk in bathtub. There are geographical and age, income requirements to participate. Then, you can click in your county plus a listing of service centers including phone numbers will pop up. (2) For a non-Medicaid state financial assistance system for the elderly, you can check this list to find out if there are any that include home modifications. (3) Rebuilding Together, a national non profit that can maybe cancel the installation prices of a walk in tub, can be a great resource. Contact them at (4)There are other choices to consider. The Internal Revenue Service may decide that your home modification qualifies for tax deductions as a dental and medical expense. This shouldn't be confused with the Dependent Care Tax Credit, which is used for dependent care expenses incurred by a primary taxpayer to enable them to work rather than caring for their dependent. There are also qualifications to be able to assert an individual who requires attention as a dependent. Phone the IRS to determine if you can deduct the price of installing your walk-in tub. IRS Publication 502 is a good resource that will enable you to estimate whether changing your toilet qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You can also call them at (800) 829-1040. (5) The National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification can also allow you to find help to cover home modifications. Click here to find out more or (6) Some state housing finance agencies provide loan plans to help individuals with disabilities or families living in a family with a member living with disabilities including home modification systems that are part of the state Assistive Technology application. Just click here to find out more about this choice

9) About how much will one of these tubs cost to get installed?

The installation can cost you approximately $1,500-$3,000 to be installed in Vancouver. Sometimes the expense of the unit as well as the installation is a better investment than paying for a caretaker.

10) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Occasionally, however, it's important to change the pipes depending on the positioning of the drains. Installers may need to add a fitting to the present wastewater conduit for a walk-in tub. Present pipes may allow for slower drain times or faster drain times.

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

They're not difficult to wash, but unlike regular tubs, it is a good idea to keep a daily cleaning custom with a walk-in tub utilizing the appropriate products and following manufacturer's recommendations. You want to actually make sure with a walk-in bathroom that you remove spots and scum to guard the surface. Depending on whether you have soft water, hard water, or water, you'll see various kinds of deposits and stains on your own bathtub. Get into the habit of wiping down the wet surfaces after each use to help prevent the build up scum, which will require more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to wash your walkin bath. Products that address your particular water spot and deposits should be considered as well as any indications that these products may destroy the finish on your own bath. Since tubs are usually either acrylic or fiberglass, you want to get familiar with the best cleaning techniques for your sort of tub. Fiberglass can easily dull and is porous and brittle and spot. Acrylic is non-porous and easy to clean. Also, if the current weather permits, air the room out so that it does not remain humid all day. Some manufacturers recommend that you open your bathroom window for an hour daily to let moisture escape.

12) Can I choose the color / style to match my interior decoration?

Yes. Check with the makers about Washington alternatives. Some offer shades that are uniform with most toilets. Picking the right walk in tub for you means discussing the selection of styles, sizes and layouts to ensure it suits your own special needs and room requirements. Since most manufacturers make tubs in white and cream, you might have to pay an additional fee for a custom colour.

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