Five Tips to Make Your Home Safer

Making your home a safer place is an important thing to do no matter what stage of life you’re in! Here are five simple, easy tips to improve the safety of your home for now and the future.

Here is a Quick Way to Keep Water in Your Barrier-free Shower!

A Water Stopper! aka Water Dam or Collapsible Water Barrier. Water stopper is a flexible rubber strip that adhere to a shower floor and blocks water from running out onto the floor. Ours can be used on our accessible roll-in shower thresholds or can be used on acrylic or tile thresholds.

Now You Can Have a Stylish AND Safe Bathroom with Our Accessories

Whether you’re picking out the valve for your shower or choosing the powder coat on your new grab bar, choosing your bathroom accessories can be like finding the right piece to a puzzle. Sometimes you didn’t even know it was missing until you put it in place, and the the whole picture comes to life! […]

Incorporating Aging in Place to Your Home Updates or Purchase Decisions

Whether renovating or considering purchasing a new home, plan for a lifetime of joy there. Aging in Place is the growing new standard of living. Instead of eventually moving on to a facility, more and more people are able to choose to stay at home. To do this you must make your home accessible, safe, […]

Choosing a Walk-in Tub – Part 4: Features

Four part blog on Choosing a Walk-in Bathtub Part 1 Accessible product choices Part 2 Bather considerations Part 3 Installation considerations Part 4 Feature and Benefit considerations Fill and Drain Time. It can take a long long time to fill and drain your tub and when you are wet, you might quickly get cold waiting for […]

Choosing a Walk-in Tub, Part 3: Installation

Click here for Part 1: Product Choices  —– Click here for Part 2: Bather Considerations Installation: Once you have decided that a walk-in tub is right for you, then it is time to evaluate which walk-in tub might fit and what features to consider.

Choosing a walk-in bathtub – Part 2: Bather Considerations

This second part looks at who will be using the tub and makes recommendations based on the bather’s mobility and bather preferences and types of bathing systems available. Click here to go to Part 1: Accessible Product Choices Click here to go to Part 3: Installation Click here to go to Part 4: Features Is a walk-in […]

The Hidden Danger of Walk-in Tubs and Children.

Walk-in bathtubs have a footwell with deep water. Often the depth of the water can be the equivalent of having a hot-tub or swimming pool in your home, with the added danger that it is difficult to reach someone in the footwell from outside the bathtub.