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Add Resale Value to Your Bakersfield Home

With an aging baby boomer population, mobility assistive devices and equipment installed in a Bakersfield house will likely be quite appealing to this demographic. By adding mobility devices to your toilet, you can greatly increase your Bakersfield home’s resale value, and make it a lot easier to sell when the time comes.

Make Daily Life More Dignified

Bathing is some thing which most folks do every single day. By making the day-to-day cleaning of yourself easier, you are able to make your life much more pleasurable, and more dignified understanding you can still take good care of yourself, without the necessity of external help or nurses to do.

Make the Shower Much Less Dangerous

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


Does the danger of falling and slipping in the bathroom make you scared of living?

Would a single fall set you behind years of freedom and exercise?

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

Here at Cain’s Mobility CA , we’re proud to put in showers and bathtubs that have doors to step in and out of, making bathing and showering not appreciably more difficult for the elderly residents of Bakersfield.

Make Living Independently in California Safe and Fun!

For many aging citizens, being able to reside within their particular home for as long as possible is the very best way to keep dignity and pride in their own own 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 elderly individuals, this means eventually having to move away from the Bakersfield dwelling they have lived in for years and love, and into a California retirement or care facility that is sterile, unknown and not nearly the same as their own home in Bakersfield.

By preventing tumbles and slips in the bathroom with a fresh walk in tub, elderly individuals will likely manage to stay within their own home for more, and revel in the life they have lived for years.

Increase your Bakersfield Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer Population.

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

By installing a walk-in bath in your Bakersfield home, you will not only make living easier right now, but would set your dwelling up to be more precious in the future.

Every walk-in bathtub can significantly increase your California home’s resale and allure to aging people.

Give our Bakersfield team a call to discover exactly how much your house’s resale value would grow from a fresh installation.

Avert Serious Harm which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Significantly

For a lot of elderly individuals living in Bakersfield, bones could be broken by one serious fall, and greatly hinder mobility and exercise for many years to come. This inactivity and dearth of skill to go can greatly decrease your lifespan and overall happiness and freedom you’ve got every single day.

One of the easiest ways to prevent harm is in the restroom, with new mobility equipment that make the procedure of bathing less dangerous than before.

So give our Bakersfield team a call immediately to find out ways to avoid serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live for longer and free.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

They're not difficult to wash, but unlike routine tubs, it is a good idea to keep a day-to-day cleaning custom with a walk in bathtub following manufacturer's recommendations and utilizing the right products. You would like to actually make sure with a walk in bathroom that you remove scum and spots to safeguard the surface. Get into the practice of wiping down the wet surfaces after each use to help prevent the build up scum, which will require more scrubbing later. Weekly, use cleaners to wash your walk-in bathtub. Products that address your unique water stain and deposits should be considered in addition to any signs that these products may ruin the finish in your bathtub. You need to familiarize yourself with the most effective cleaning techniques for your kind of tub since tubs are usually either acrylic or fiberglass. Fiberglass can readily dull and is brittle and porous and blot. Acrylic is non porous and simple to clean. Also, if the weather allows, air the room out in order that it does not remain humid. Some manufacturers recommend that your bathroom window opens for an hour each day to let moisture escape.

2) Will the cost of installation and equipment be covered by my disability in California?

If your disability was a result of a work or vehicle accident, check together with the right insurance carrier to find out if home modifications resulting from your CA handicap are insured. Claims that contain Bakersfield home adjustments are not inadmissible in insurance resolutions. Someone have a medical condition that meets their definition of impairment and qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they've worked in a job that was insured by Social Security. In the event you are on disability or injured, benefits could be covered. Since SSI is a needs-based plan plus an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, qualification for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person who has a disability to achieve an occupational goal. The money that's set aside under a PASS can be used for anything that results in an occupational objective and can be utilized to cover home adjustments through an SSI savings strategy. In case you are a veteran, the Department of Veterans' Affairs does offer individual programs that could allow you to deflect some of the cost. You may also request if you meet the requirements for the which is modeled after Medicaid's Consumer Directed HCBS, or the VA Aid and Attendance, Housebound and other Pensions. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to submit an application for SHA or SAH grant. For information on all VA benefits in California call 1 800 827 1000.

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

Yes. A walk in bathtub is normally taller than an average bath tub, which comprises about 2 1/2 feet of water on average. Some makers say that you just use the same amount of water as a shower that is standard if a typical shower is 7 minutes 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 advise that you've got a hot water tank that holds at least 50 gallons, although some baths will operate efficiently should you fill them with 40-60 gallons.

4) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most people 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 simply understand just how to use the right tools so that you do not end up with a non-working tub. There are companies that understand the best way to turn your home along with your tub more handicap reachable for less of an investment than alternatives. As California installers, we understand the way to direct you in the correct direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we can help you make your house match your present needs, especially if you've recently become disabled or are providing an elderly person care-giving in their home or your home.

5) Can I convert my existing bathtub into a walk-in one?

Yes. There are instructions available on the best way to convert your existing bathtub into a walk-in bath. We advise that you know how exactly to make use of the correct tools so that you don't end up with a non-working bath. There are firms in Bakersfield that know how to turn your home along with your bath more handicap reachable for less of an investment than alternatives. As installers, we know just how to direct you in the correct direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we can assist you to make your home fulfill your current wants, especially if you've recently become disabled or are supplying an elderly man care-giving in their home or your home.

6) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems employ a gravitation simply drainage system, while other manufacturers offer power-assisted drainage systems. Usually, the drainage system in a walk-in tub is attached to the normal bath drain, which is threaded into a flat conduit called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed with putty or a foam washer under its flange. Since a bather cannot leave the bath until all of the water is drained, the huge difference is the fact that since sitting there waiting for the water to drain can leave a bather feeling cooled, manufacturing companies have attempted to decrease the waiting time. Some features may cost you more, therefore it is almost always wise to inquire. Finally, get to know the difference between frameless tubs and framed tubs since frameless baths tend to empty quicker than framed baths, because they do not alter the drain height of your existing tub. Framed baths are constructed on a steel frame as well as the base of the bathtub is dangled off the floor. Frameless tubs are designed with an extra-strength form that does not need a steel frame and the underside of the tub isn't hung in the air.

7) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in California?

Aetna doesn't cover walk in bathtubs under their traditional plans in California. They usually follow Medicare's criteria for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the bathroom. In the event the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered medically necessary, rather than a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it's needed for day-to-day tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living action and considered crucial, Aetna lists bathroom items that are considered medically necessary if a member is unable to bathe or shower without being seated or unable to transfer to and from a tub.

8) Why are these tubs so much more expensive than normal tubs?

Mainly you are paying for a listing of safety features that are unavailable on a regular bathtub. These safety features are built into walk in tubs for persons with limited freedom to reduce the chance of falling down. Model wall heights are generally 37 to 47 inches tall and contain a built in shower seat, textured floor, grab bars, anti-scald valves, in-line heater, temperature controls, and also a water tight door. An essential feature of walk in baths is that there is a low step threshold to allow a user to easily enter into the bathtub unconcerned in regards to the normal high wall of a normal bathtub. The walk-in tubs also typically comprise jet treatment a cleaning function, and enhanced drain choices. Also, one of the reasons why the price changes among the walk-in tubs is that the tubs are custom-made depending on an individual 's needs rather than factory replicated, so you could find a bathtub that's especially made for someone who wants wheelchair access, a bath that fits a larger individual, or a soaker tub with jets.

9) What sort of guarantees are there that these tubs won’t leak and damage my Bakersfield house?

Consumer Affairs recommends that an initial owner purchase a lifetime guarantee to give peace of mind to buyers about flows. Also, ask if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners as well. For most California house installations, this will probably be included for a set number of years.

10) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you enter the walk in tub, by pulling the handle toward you, you close the doorway and seal it. Make sure that the handle is locked in order to prevent any water loss. There are different types of handles determined by the version you decide to buy. Make sure it is a handle which you can easily work. Following that, you shut the floor drain and ensure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before using the bath. Your bath is ready, once the tub fills to the desired depth. Ensure that you get familiar with the operating instructions to estimate which speed works best for your requirements in case you plan on using jets. Makers may also recommend a maximum time of use. After you've completed your bath, remove the drain determined by the kind of drain or turn the overflow knob you must drain the water. Pull on the bathtub exit and handle the bath.

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

You can re sell or find used walk-in bathtubs being sold online. Nonetheless, many folks typically desire to make sure they are purchasing a walk-in bath that personally meets with their needs for the long term. They are not as inclined to choose a big risk by paying all of the costs associated with transportation as well as the removal of their existing tub without assurance and a little more investment in the state and quality of their purchase. There's not really a big market for used plumbing fixtures. If you are not sure how long you are definitely going to be at your Bakersfield home and can not justify a long-term care alternative of a leading walkin tub installation, then there are simple step retrofits that give you the ability to return the toilet to an unmodified bathroom to avoid turning potential buyers away who don't need to pay for a large removal. Eventually, should you believe you might try and resell your walk in bathtub, the following buyer might want to understand if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too or if they are going to need to cover the costs associated with a door seal or other component damages that may occur with use.

12) About how long does the installation process take with your Bakersfield installers?

Once the bathtub arrives, an installment requires between one and three days of labor in Bakersfield. It really depends upon the extent of the work. You must make us know whether there's a crucial deadline involving a household member coming for a visit or a loved one's release from California rehabilitation so that we can do the best we can to accommodate you.

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