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Remain in Your Own Home Much Longer and with More Freedom

Everyone needs in order to live alone, and be able to take care of themselves for as long as possible. With a fresh bathtub, you may add another couple of years to being able take good care of yourself, to reside in your own home, and be free to decide when you wish to bathe, not when you are scheduled to.

Make Using the Bathtub Much Less Risky

The toilet is among the most dangerous places in the home for elderly folks. With a new walk in bath, you can make getting in and out of the shower daily that is much more stable and considerably safer. That reduces the danger of one of the most uncertain rooms in the home.

Avoid Becoming Seriously Injured from Falling Down

Getting in and outside of the bathtub is just one of the most dangerous activities elderly individuals can do. You can greatly reduce the change of a serious injury from slipping and falling by changing for a much more reachable tub. One serious harm can significantly lower your mobility and lifespan.

Salt Lake City

Do you need extra help washing and cleaning due to the danger of falling in the tub?

We are proud to set up walk in bathtubs and showers for the fantastic people of Salt Lake City, to make normal living easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility UT can have a brand new shower setup all prepared to go in your Salt Lake City home within a couple of days!

Avoid Serious Harm that Could Shorten Your Lifespan Substantially

For a lot of aged individuals living in Salt Lake City, bones could be broken by one serious fall, and significantly hinder mobility and exercise for years to come. Every day this inactivity and lack of ability to move can substantially reduce your lifespan and overall well-being and independence you’ve.

One of the simplest methods to stop harm is in the restroom, with new freedom equipment that make the method of bathing significantly less dangerous than before.

So give our Salt Lake City team a call immediately to find out how you can avoid serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live for longer, and free.

Increase your Salt Lake City Home’s Resale Value to An Increasing Baby Boomer People.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Utah are becoming older, freedom equipment will become a larger and bigger selling point for the purchase of Salt Lake City houses.

By installing a walk-in bathtub in your Salt Lake City house, you will not only make daily living easier now, but would set your house up to be valuable in the future.

Every walk-in tub can substantially increase your Utah attractiveness and house’s resale to aging people.

Give our Salt Lake City team a call to find out just how much your home’s resale value would increase from a brand new facility.

Make Living Alone in Utah Safe and Fun Once More!

For a lot of aging citizens, having the ability to reside in their very own house for as long as possible is the easiest way to maintain pride and dignity in their own own lives.

As individuals age, parts of their bodies begin to break down, plus it becomes dangerous to dwell alone without additional help in the rare instance that something occurs.

For a lot of aged people, this means eventually needing to move away from the Salt Lake City home they have lived in for decades and love, and into a Utah retirement or care facility that is sterile, unfamiliar and not nearly the same as their own home in Salt Lake City.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the bathroom with a brand new walk in bath, aged people will probably have the ability to remain in their own home for longer, and revel in the life they have lived for a long time.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

They are simple to clean, but unlike regular tubs, it is advisable to keep a day-to-day cleaning habit with a walk in bathtub subsequent manufacturer's recommendations and using the appropriate products. You want to actually make sure with a walk-in bathroom that you remove scum and spots to secure the surface. Get into the practice of wiping down the surfaces that are wet after every use to help prevent the build up scum, that will necessitate more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to wash your walk in bathtub. Products that address your specific water stain and deposits ought to be considered in addition to any indications that these products may ruin the finish on your own bathtub. Since baths are generally either acrylic or fiberglass, you need to get familiar with the very best cleaning techniques for your kind of bath. Fiberglass can easily dull and is porous and fragile and spot. Acrylic is nonporous and simple to wash. Don't use abrasive cleaners otherwise you scrape the bathtub and might dull the finish. Additionally, if the current weather allows, air the room out so that it does not stay humid all day. Some manufacturers advise that your own bathroom window opens for an hour every single day to let moisture escape.

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

Medicare will not cover walk-in bathtub gear and installation costs in Utah, because they are dwelling alterations, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment doesn't contain physical changes to a house, just medical gear and supplies that are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or use a shower or bath safer and simpler. Consumer Affairs implies that you may wish to contact Medicare to see if (for mobility safety reasons) a walk in tub is justified to ascertain whether the equipment can be somewhat compensated. More times than not, it won't be covered by them. However, if you're eligible for Medicaid, the system in your state may offer you some financial assistance for a walk in bathtub. You may be eligible for a House and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and accessibility modifications. In case you are a recipient of Medicaid and Medicare, you should also consider the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Plan. This strategy is part of the Medicare Advantage plan for dual eligibles. Medicaid offers a whole record of waivers relevant to the elderly that we recommend that you review. Additionally, contact your Salt Lake City or Utah Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to investigate Medicaid Waivers and financial alternatives for long term care.

3) Is there any additional structural support needed before installation?

Many walk in tubs are mounted to a stainless steel welded support frame with leveling feet that's included with your tub that was bought. The flooring in the bathroom should have a structural support strength that transcends the weight of the tub in addition to the weight of the water. Our Salt Lake City installer will check to determine if it is not, if the floor is level and otherwise, then they will make use of the leveling legs to adjust the amount of the tub. Of course, the prior bath will need to be eliminated. Also, the if replacing tile or the wall in the area will have to be removed.

4) About how long does the installation process take with your Salt Lake City installers?

Once the tub arrives, an installment needs between one and three days of labor in Salt Lake City. It surely depends on the scope of the job. You must make us know whether there is a crucial deadline involving a household member coming for a visit or a loved one's release from Utah rehabilitation so that we can do the best we can to accommodate you.

5) Do these tubs use more water than conventional tubs?

Yes. A walk-in tub is generally taller than an average bath tub, which comprises about 2 1/2 feet of water on average. Some producers say that you simply use the exact same amount of water as a typical shower if a regular shower is 7 minutes and also you use 7 gallons of water a minute. Many of the walk in baths available on the market have a 40-80 gallon capacity. The truth is, many manufacturers advise that you've got a hot water tank that holds at least 50 gallons, although some tubs will function effectively if you fill them with 40-60 gallons.

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

Aetna doesn't insure walk-in bathtubs under their plans that are conventional in Utah. They typically follow Medicare's criteria for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the restroom. In the event the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered necessary, as opposed to a public toilet. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it's vital for day-to-day activities and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living action and considered essential, Aetna lists bathroom items which are considered necessary if a member is not able to bathe or shower without being seated or unable to transfer to and from a bathtub.

7) 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 tub. We recommend that you understand how to make use of the tools that are appropriate so that you don't end up with a non-working bath. There are businesses in Salt Lake City that understand just how to turn your handicap that is bath more as well as your home reachable for less of an investment than alternatives. As installers, we understand just how to direct you in the right direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to assist you to make your home meet your current needs, especially if you've recently become disabled or are supplying an elderly man care-giving in their house or your home.

8) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most folks do not start from scratch, they begin with a tub conversion kit. There are instructions available on the best way to convert your existing bathtub into a walk-in tub. We advise that you simply know the best way to make use of the appropriate tools in order that you do not end up with a non-working bathtub. There are businesses that know just how to turn your house along with your tub more handicap reachable for less of an investment than other options. As Utah installers, we know just how to direct you in the proper path, so please ask us for a consultation so we can assist you to make your house fulfill your present wants, particularly if you have recently become disabled or are providing an aged person care-giving in their own home or your home.

9) How much do walk-in bathtubs cost in Salt Lake City?

A walk-in bath in Salt Lake City commonly ranges in cost from $1,700 to over $30,000. The price depends upon whether you have it installed by our Utah team, what attributes you select, and the quality of the item. The price also fluctuates depending on whether you select acrylic or fiberglass bathtubs. Everybody differs and making sure that a walk-in tub works for someone 's unique position is extremely crucial since it's typically replacing a bathtub or bathing assembly that's not satisfying their needs. A good walk in tub runs between $8, $3,000 000 installed. Some suppliers offer monthly payments or a cash bonus.

10) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Sometimes, however, it is necessary to change the plumbing determined by the positioning of the drains. Installers may need to put in a fitting to the existing wastewater conduit for a walk-in bathtub. Present plumbing may allow for quicker drain times or slower drain times.

11) Will a tub like this add to my Salt Lake City home’s resale value?

If you live in a Salt Lake City retirement community, installing a walk in bathroom may raise the value of your house. It likely will not raise the value of your dwelling. Since changes to your bathroom don't generally increase the value of your home, the price can qualify for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Utah if the principal purpose of the enhancements is to adapt a dwelling to the handicap of the taxpayer, their spouse or dependent living there.

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

The most important benefit is the fact that it facilitates your thoughts if you have mobility issues, because depending on your own circumstances, you have problem getting into the bath without a low step threshold or can slip on a regular bath. By making washing easier, the plan of a walk in tub can likewise make it much more suitable for people who you depend on in your life and assist you to live more independently. Besides the advantages of availability and security, living independently in Salt Lake City is a real problem for people experiencing freedom problems. Other advantages include improved relaxation given all the features that are offered to you personally. It alleviates the discomfort associated with common ailments. It is a popular pick for people who enjoy taking baths want freedom and want to feel safe and worry-free unimpeded by their freedom issue.

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