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Prevent Breaking Bones from Falling Down

Getting in and outside of the bathtub is just one of the very dangerous tasks aged people can do. By changing for a bathtub that is much more reachable, you can greatly decrease the change of a serious injury from sliding and falling. One serious injury can significantly reduce lifespan and your mobility.

Finally Stop Worrying Over Your Loved Ones

By reducing the likelihood of falling and sliding in the restroom, you can worry about your nearest and dearest security. No more wondering if they have fallen and can’t get up, or are ok. By adding mobility equipment, you can rest easier, knowing they aren’t in risk.

Make the Bath Significantly Less Risky

The bathroom is among the most dangerous places in the house for aged people. With a brand new walk-in bath, you can make getting in and out of the shower each day that is considerably safer and much more secure. That reduces the risk of one of the very risky rooms in the house.


We’re proud to put in walk-in showers and tubs for the great individuals of Layton, to make ordinary living much easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility UT can have a brand new shower arrangement all ready to go in your Layton dwelling within a few days!

Make Living Alone in Utah Safe and Fun Once More!

For many citizens that are aging, having the ability to live in their particular home for as long as possible is the very best way to maintain dignity and pride in their lives.

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

For a lot of aged folks, this means eventually having to move away from the Layton house they have lived in for many years and love, and into a Utah retirement or care facility that is sterile, unknown and not almost the same as their own house in Layton.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the bathroom with a new walk-in bathtub, elderly people will soon be able revel in the life they have lived for many years, and to stay in their very own home for more.

Raise your Layton Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer Population.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Utah are becoming old, freedom gear will become a larger and bigger selling point for the purchase of Layton houses.

By installing a walk-in tub in your Layton home, you’ll not only make living easier right now, but would set up your dwelling to be more precious later on.

Every walk in bathtub can greatly increase your Utah home’s resale and appeal to aging populations.

Give our Layton team a call to discover just how much the resale value of your home would climb from a fresh facility.

Quit Worrying about Slipping and Falling in the Bathroom, and Get More Equilibrium and Equilibrium.

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

Among the greatest worries for elderly individuals living alone in Layton is the danger of falling and slipping when getting in or out of the shower. With slick surfaces, and excessive water everywhere, it might be difficult to maintain equilibrium well enough to get in or out.

With a walk-in bathtub, you can stop worrying about that possibility, because the bath procedure will likely be safe and simple once more.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

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

They are simple to wash, but unlike regular baths, it's wise to keep a daily cleaning habit with a walk in tub subsequent manufacturer's recommendations and using the products that are right. You want to really make sure with a walk in bathroom that you remove scum and spots to secure the surface. Get into the habit of wiping down the wet surfaces after each use to help avoid the build up scum, that will need more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to clean your walk-in bathtub. Products that address your special water blot and deposits should be considered in addition to any signs that these products may destroy the finish in your bathtub. You want to familiarize yourself with the best cleaning methods for your kind of bath since baths are usually either fiberglass or acrylic. Fiberglass is brittle and porous and can easily dull and blot. Do not use harsh abrasive products on fiberglass. Acrylic is non-porous and simple to clean. Additionally, if the weather allows, air the room out in order that it does not stay humid. Some manufacturers recommend that your bathroom window opens for an hour daily to let moisture escape.

2) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Occasionally, however, it is crucial to change the plumbing depending on the location of the drains. Installers may have to put in a fitting to the existing wastewater conduit for a walk in bathtub. Present pipes may allow for faster drain times or slower drain times.

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

Aetna will not insure walk-in tubs under their plans that are traditional in Utah. Aetna doesn't cover walk-in bathtubs under their HMO and health network plans either. They normally follow Medicare's criteria for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the toilet. In case the member is bed- room or confined - confined some DMEs are considered necessary, instead of a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is vital for daily tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living activity and considered vital, Aetna lists bathroom items which are considered necessary if a member is not able to bathe or shower without being seated or incapable to transfer to and from a tub.

4) Can the shower be used still with a walk-in bathtub?

Yes. There are walk in bath installments that provide you with a big standing place for stand up showers. You can either shower sitting down or standing up. Make sure you get the correct dimensions for the walk in bathtub so that you don't feel cramped during a stand-up shower. Additionally, if you need to maintain your standing shower, because if your faucet is not directly against a wall, it is much more difficult to tap into your existing shower, another thing to keep in mind is to ask about the faucet place.

5) What are some of the benefits of getting one?

The most crucial advantage is the fact that it eases your thoughts if you have mobility problems, because depending on your own situation, you can slip on a normal bathtub or have problem getting into the tub with no low step threshold. By making bathing easier, the plan of a walk-in bathtub can likewise make it far more suitable for people who you depend on in your own life and help you live more independently. Besides the advantages of safety and availability, living independently in Layton is a real issue for people suffering from freedom issues. Other benefits include enhanced comfort given all the attributes that are offered to you. It relieves the distress associated with ailments that are common.

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

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

7) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Utah?

Medicare will not cover walk in tub gear and installation prices in Utah, since they are home modifications, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment will not contain physical changes to a home, just medical equipment and materials that are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a chair, or use a shower or tub easier and safer. Consumer Affairs indicates that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom safety reasons) a walk-in bathtub is justified to ascertain if the equipment may be partially compensated. More often than not, it won't be covered by them. But if you are eligible for Medicaid, the program in your state may offer you some financial assistance for a walk in tub. You may qualify for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for particular specialized medical equipment and availability modifications. If you're a receiver of Medicare and Medicaid, you should also consider the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Strategy. This plan is part of the Medicare Advantage plan for dual eligibles. The Special Needs Plan (SNP) or Medicaid may consider your qualifications when you can demonstrate that a walk-in bath is medically necessary, not just a convenience, or as a prevention in the case of a fall, together with a written prescription that clarifies the requirement for a person to remain living in their own residence. Medicaid provides an entire listing of waivers relevant to the elderly that we recommend that you review. Additionally, contact your Layton or Utah Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to explore Medicaid Waivers and financial choices for long term care.

8) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems apply a gravity just drainage system, while other makers offer power-assisted drainage systems. Generally, the drainage system in a walk-in tub is attached to the standard bathtub drain, which is threaded into a horizontal pipe called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed under its flange using putty or a foam washer. Comparing double drain choices to quick drain alternatives is important when considering that most walk in bathtubs take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which necessitates that the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some attributes may cost you more, therefore it's always a good idea to inquire. Eventually, get to know the difference between frameless tubs since frameless baths tend to drain faster than framed baths, because they don't change the drain height of your existing bath and framed tubs. Framed baths are made on a steel framework and the base of the tub is hung off the floor. Frameless baths are designed with an extra-strength mold that really doesn't demand a steel framework and the underside of the tub is not suspended in the air.

9) How much do walk-in bathtubs cost in Layton?

A walk-in tub in Layton typically ranges in cost from $1,700 to over $30,000. The cost depends upon whether you have it installed by our Utah team, what characteristics you select, along with the quality of the item. The cost also changes depending on whether you pick fiberglass or acrylic tubs. Everyone is different and making sure that a walk in tub works for someone 's unique circumstances is extremely critical since it is typically replacing a bathing or bathtub assembly that's not meeting their needs. A good walk in bathtub runs between $3,000 and $8,000 installed. Some suppliers offer a cash bonus or monthly payments.

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

Check with your Layton homeowner's insurance to be sure it's going to cover you against this sort of damage. You may need a house modification license from the Layton, UT building department to install a bath, particularly if walls have to be eliminated to coordinate with your bathroom plans. Most of all, you did not get one AND and in case you needed a license your house suffers from damage from the installed walk-in bathtub, your losses may not be covered by your homeowner's insurance. Should you plan on ever selling your Layton residence, there are tons of buyer beware messages out there that will steer potential buyers from your house since it does influence homeowner's insurance if there have been any improvements without licenses. Buyers see the permits as well as their homeowners insurance as protections on their investments in dwellings.

11) How much is it for a cheaper walk-in bathtub?

A cheaper basic version of the walk in tub can really cost between $1,7000 and $3,000 in [

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

You can re-sell find or used walk in baths being sold online. Nonetheless, lots of folks normally desire to ensure that they're purchasing a walk-in tub that personally fulfills their needs for the long-term. They are much less likely to take a big risk by paying the removal of their present bath and also all of the costs related to shipping without assurance and a little more investment in the condition along with quality of their purchase. There's not actually a huge marketplace for plumbing fixtures that are used. If you're unsure how long you are going to be at your Layton house and can't warrant a long-term care option of a leading walk-in tub installment, then there are easy measure retrofits that give you the ability to return the toilet to an unmodified toilet to avoid turning potential buyers away who do not want to pay for an enormous removal. Eventually, if you do think you might try to resell your walk-in tub, the following buyer might want to understand if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too or if they're going to need to cover the costs connected with a door seal or other part damages that will occur with use.

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