Montreal HomeExpo

This weekend Elaine St. Laurent of Baignoire Adaptée St. Laurent in Laval will be showcasing at the Montreal HomeExpo! She will have with her a selection of fantastic products including Aquassure Accessible Bath’s Active Living Spa and floor models of the products we carry and love. The show runs from the 5th to the 8th […]

Heart, Health, and Family this February

February is a month of many things, most notably the month when stores fill with red and pink. Hearts are everywhere, and the discussion of love, in all of its forms and everything it encompasses, comes to the front of our awareness.

Christmas Cat Outtakes

Anyone who has ever tried to get a ‘good’ picture of their pet knows the struggle involved. You end up with a flip-book’s worth of head bobble photos, a few grumpy ‘tush first’ pics, and about fifty more before you get the one. And if we’re being honest, more often than not, the ‘one’ is […]

Holiday Hours 2014

We at Aquassure wish you a wonderful holiday season! We will be closing for holiday hours on the 23rd, and reopening for regular business on the 5th of January. Please take a look below at our holiday break schedule. Please see the following for our December 2014 break schedule: 24th – Christmas Eve – Closed […]

Congratulations to Our Own Corina Scherer

It is with such warmth and pride that the Aquassure Accessible Baths family announces that after years of hard work and dedication to her education and community, our own Corina Scherer has now been installed as a staff minister for the Centre for Spiritual Living Kelowna. Some of the Aquassure staff was able to take […]

NEW Redesigned Escape Plus Walk-in Tub

Aquassure Accessible Baths, Canada’s Master Distributor for Best Bath Systems, is excited to announce the release of the new redesigned Escape Plus Walk-in Tub! Best Bath’s most popular walk-in tub has been upgraded to improve comfort and functionality.

BC Funding Options for Accessibility Renovations

When the time comes to make some changes to our homes to make them safe and accessible, we need to figure out how to pay for it. In BC, we are fortunate to have some tax credits available that ultimately reduce the overall costs, as well as a non-repayable grant for those that qualify.