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Stay in the Home You Love Longer and with More Freedom

Everyone desires in order be able to look after themselves for so long as possible, and to live alone. With a fresh tub, you can add another couple of years to having the capacity take good care of yourself, to live in your own home, and be free to determine when you wish to bathe, not when you are scheduled to.

Make the Bath Much Less Dangerous

The bathroom is among the very most dangerous areas in the house for elderly folks. With a brand new walk in tub, you can make getting in and out of the shower daily that is much safer and more secure. That reduces the risk of one of the most speculative rooms in the house.

Avoid Serious Injury from Slipping and Falling

Getting in and out of the bathtub is one of the very dangerous actions aged people can do. By switching for a more reachable bathtub, you can considerably reduce the change of a serious injury from slipping and dropping. One serious harm can significantly reduce lifespan and your freedom.


Does the threat of falling and sliding in the bathroom make you scared of living alone?

Would an accidental slip and fall set you back years of mobility and exercise?

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

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

We are proud to put in walk-in showers and bathtubs for the great individuals of Bend, to make ordinary living easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility OR can have a new shower organization all ready to go in your Bend home within a couple of days!

Make Living Independently in Oregon Safe and Fun!

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

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

For many aged folks, this means eventually needing to move away from the Bend house they’ve lived in for years and love, and into a Oregon retirement or care facility that is infertile, unfamiliar and not nearly the same as their own home in Bend.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the bathroom with a brand new walk in bathtub, aged people will likely be able relish the life they’ve lived for a long time, and to remain within their very own home for more.

Avoid Serious Injury which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Significantly

For many aged folks living in Bend, bones could be broken by a single serious fall, and significantly hinder mobility and exercise for years to come. This inactivity and deficiency of ability to go can substantially reduce your lifespan and total well-being and freedom you’ve every day.

Among the easiest ways to stop harm is in the bathroom, with new mobility equipment that make the method of bathing significantly less dangerous than before.

So give our Bend team a call right away to find out ways to avoid serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live more independently for longer and free.

Increase your Bend Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer People.

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

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

Every walk-in bathtub can significantly increase your Oregon allure and house’s resale to aging populations.

Give our Bend team a call to find out just how much your home’s resale value would rise from a brand new installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Yes. A walk in bathtub is not generally shorter than an average bath tub, which comprises about 2 1/2 feet of water on average. Some makers say if a regular shower is 7 minutes that you use the exact same amount of water as a shower that is regular and you use 7 gallons of water a minute. Many of the walk-in tubs on the market have a 40-80 gallon capacity. The truth is, many manufacturers recommend that you've got a hot water tank that admits at least 50 gallons, though some baths will work effectively if you fill them with 40-60 gallons.

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

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

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

You can re sell or locate used walk-in baths being sold online. Yet, a lot of people normally desire to ensure that they're purchasing a walk in bathtub that personally meets their needs for the long-term. They're not as inclined to choose a big risk by paying the removal of their present bath as well as all the costs related to shipping without a bit more investment and assurance in the status and quality of their purchase. There's not really a huge market for used plumbing fixtures. Finally, if you do believe you could try to resell your walk-in tub, the following buyer might want to understand whether the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too or if they're going to need to cover the costs associated with a door seal or alternative part damages that could occur with use.

4) Will AARP cover the cost of equipment and installation?

AARP isn't a supplier of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP does not make individuals health plan recommendations and does not cover the price of walk in bathtubs or some wellness needs. AARP does provide access to health care tools and coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance to members as a resource, but third parties provide member benefits. Check with the plans which are recorded under the membership services of AARP in Oregon.

5) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you enter the walk-in bathtub, by pulling on the handle toward you, you close the door and seal it. Make sure the handle is locked to be able to prevent any water loss. There are several types of handles depending on the version you choose to buy. Make certain it's a handle that you could easily operate. Following that, you shut the floor drain and ensure that the anti-scald device has been preset before utilizing the bathtub. Make sure to get familiar with the operating instructions to estimate which speed works best for your needs if you're planning on using jets. Manufacturers may also advocate a maximum time of use. Once you have finished your bath, turn the overflow knob or remove the drain depending on the kind of drain you have to empty the water. Pull on the bathtub exit and handle the tub.

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

Many updated homeowner's insurance policies protect against flooding from your pipes and appliances. Check with your Bend homeowner's insurance to make sure it is going to cover you against this sort of damage. You may need a home modification permit from the Bend, OR building department to set up a bath, particularly if walls have to be eliminated to match your toilet plans. Most of all, if you needed a permit and you didn't get one AND somehow your house suffers from damage from the installed walk in bath, your homeowner's insurance may not cover your losses. If you're planning on ever selling your Bend residence, there are plenty of buyer beware messages out there which will direct prospective buyers from your home if there have been any progress without permits since it does impact homeowner's insurance. Buyers see the licenses as well as their homeowners insurance as protections on their investments in dwellings.

7) Is there a way to get Jacuzzi jets in my tub?

Yes. Be cautious of the amount of water and also atmosphere that comes out of the jets to be sure it's the proper amount which will soothe your sore muscles and pains with a massage sensation. Jets can be positioned to target specific regions to provide for the very best effects. Many Bend customers enjoy the therapeutic effect of having jets installed within their walk in bath for an extensive range of health conditions that gain from the easiness that is additional.

8) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Occasionally, however, it is critical to change the plumbing determined by the precise location of the drains. Installers may have to put in a fitting to the present wastewater conduit for a walk in bath. Existing plumbing may allow for slower drain times or quicker drain times.

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

Yes. Check with the makers about Oregon alternatives. Some offer colors that are uniform with the majority of bathrooms. Choosing the right walk in bathtub for you means discussing the selection of sizes, fashions and layouts to ensure it satisfies your own special needs and room conditions. You may have to pay an added fee for a custom color, since most manufacturers make baths in white and cream.

10) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most individuals don't start from scratch, they begin with a bathtub conversion kit. There are instructions available on the best way to convert your existing bathtub into a walk-in bath. We advise that you know the best way to use the appropriate tools in order that you just do not end up with a non-working bathtub. There are businesses that know the best way to turn your home along with your bath more disability accessible for less of an investment than alternatives. As Oregon 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 match your present needs, particularly if you've recently become disabled or are providing an aged man care-giving in their house or your home.

11) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Oregon?

Medicare does not cover walk in bathtub gear and installation prices in Oregon, because they're house alterations, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment does not include physical changes to a house, simply medical gear and materials that are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a chair, or use a shower or bathtub simpler and safer. Consumer Affairs indicates that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom safety reasons) a walk-in bath is warranted to determine whether the gear could be partly compensated. More often than not, they won't cover it. However, if you are eligible for Medicaid, your state's system may offer you some financial assistance for a walk in bath. You may qualify for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and availability modifications. In the event you are a recipient of Medicaid and Medicare, you must also consider the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Strategy. Medicaid offers a complete listing of waivers relevant to the elderly that we recommend that you review. Also, contact your Bend or Oregon Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to investigate Medicaid Waivers and financial choices for long term care.

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

A cheaper basic variant of the walk-in bathtub can really cost between $1,7000 and $3,000 in [

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