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Prevent Falls, Prolong Independence, Add Resale Value, Improve Circulation & Sleep, and Show You Care 24/7

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Add Resale Value to Your Lafayette House

With an aging baby boomer population, mobility assistive devices and equipment installed in a Lafayette dwelling will be very appealing to this demographic. By adding mobility devices to your bathroom, you make it significantly easier to sell when the time comes, and can greatly boost the resale value of your Louisiana home.

Stay in Your Lifelong Home Significantly Longer and with More Independence

Everyone desires to be able have the ability to look after themselves for as long as possible, and to live independently. With a new tub, you may add another year or two to having the capability to live in your home, take good care of yourself, and be free to decide if you want to bathe, not when you are scheduled to.

Avoid Breaking a Hip from Slip and Falls

Getting in and out of the tub is one of the most dangerous actions aged individuals can do. By switching for a bathtub that is more accessible, you can greatly decrease the change of a serious injury from slipping and falling. One serious injury can significantly lower lifespan and your mobility.


Would a fall set you behind years of exercise and mobility?

We’re proud to set up walk-in showers and tubs for the great individuals of Lafayette, to make ordinary living easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility LA can have a brand new shower organization all prepared to go in your Lafayette home within a couple of days!

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

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

By installing a walk-in bathtub in your Lafayette house, you’ll not only make daily living easier right now, but would set your house up to be more precious in the future.

Every walk in bathtub can considerably increase your Louisiana appeal and home’s resale to aging people.

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

Make Living Independently in Louisiana Safe and Fun!

For several aging citizens, being able to live in their particular home for as long as possible is the easiest way to keep dignity and pride in their lives.

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

For many aged folks, this means eventually needing to move away from the Lafayette house they have lived in for decades and love, and into a Louisiana retirement or care facility that is infertile, unknown and not practically the same as their own house in Lafayette.

By preventing slips and falls in the restroom with a new walk-in tub, aged folks will likely have the ability to remain in their very own home for more, and enjoy the life they’ve lived for many years.

Prevent Serious Injury which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Appreciably

For a lot of aged folks residing in Lafayette, bones could break, and significantly hinder mobility and exercise for years to come. Every day, this inactivity and lack of ability to go can greatly decrease your lifespan and overall happiness and liberty you’ve.

One of the simplest ways to stop injury is in the restroom, with new freedom equipment that make the procedure of bathing less dangerous than before.

So give our Lafayette team a call immediately to learn how you can prevent serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live more independently for longer and free.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems apply a gravity just drainage system, while other makers offer power assisted drainage systems. Typically, the drainage system in a walk in bath is attached to the standard bathtub drain, which is threaded into a flat pipe called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed under its flange using putty or a foam washer. Comparing double drain choices to accelerated drain choices is important when considering that most walk-in baths take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which necessitates that the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some characteristics may cost you more, therefore it's almost always wise to inquire. Eventually, get to be aware of the difference between frameless tubs since frameless baths often empty quicker than framed tubs, because they do not change the drain height of your existing tub and framed baths. Framed tubs are constructed on a steel framework and the base of the bath is suspended off the floor. Frameless tubs are made with an extra-strength mold that really doesn't need a steel frame and the underside of the bathtub is not suspended in the air.

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

A more economical fundamental version of the walk in bathtub can cost between $1,7000 and $3,000 in [

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

The most crucial benefit is the fact that it facilitates your thoughts when you have mobility issues, because depending on your own circumstances, you have trouble getting into the tub without a low step threshold or can slip on a normal bath. By making bath easier, the design of a walk-in bathtub can also make it much more suitable for people who you depend on in your life and help you live more independently. Sliding shower doors can pose a danger to elders or people that have mobility problems and the door for a walk in bath is conveniently made for ease of use. Aside from the benefits of availability and security, living independently in Lafayette is a real issue for people experiencing freedom issues. Other advantages include improved comfort given all the attributes that are available to you. It alleviates the discomfort connected with ailments that are common. This is a popular choice for individuals who love taking baths desire autonomy and need to feel safe and worry-free unimpeded by their mobility problem.

4) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they can leak. Consumers who bought poorer quality fiberglass in a framed walkin tub have reported that their walk in tub finally demonstrated spider breaking in the ground area and then leaked. Another common complaint from people who purchased an inferior quality bath and tried to save money comes from door escapes. Be sure the walk-in bathtub is rigid and strong to avoid any flex that inhibits a watertight door. Mishandling and also during hauling any damage that may have happened can loosen appointments and cause leakage. Before utilizing the walk in bath, it is significant that the bathtub is tested by the installer correctly according to the instruction manual. If the tub is not installed degree together with the supporting features provided, the water could cause the door to leak and may have trouble draining properly. Finally, make sure to comprehend the dangers related to the placement of your walk in bathtub, especially alcoves, since they have special conditions to avert leaking.

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

Consumer Affairs urges that an owner that is original buy a lifetime guarantee to give peace of mind to buyers about leaks. Also, ask if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too. For Louisiana dwelling setups, this will likely be contained for a set amount of years.

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

They are not difficult to wash, but unlike regular tubs, it's recommended to keep a day-to-day cleaning custom with a walk in tub utilizing the correct products and following manufacturer's recommendations. You wish to actually make sure with a walk in bath that you remove spots and scum to defend the surface. Get into the practice of wiping down the wet surfaces after every use to help prevent the build up scum, which will necessitate more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleansers to clean your walkin bath. Products that address your special water blot and deposits should be considered as well as any signs that these products may destroy the finish on your bath. Since tubs are usually either fiberglass or acrylic, you want to get familiar with the most effective cleaning methods for your sort of tub. Fiberglass is fragile and porous and can easily dull and spot. Don't use harsh abrasive products on fiberglass. Acrylic is non porous and simple to clean. Also, if the current weather permits, air out the room in order that it doesn't remain humid all day. Some manufacturers recommend that you open your own bathroom window for an hour each day to let moisture escape.

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

Aetna will not insure walk in bathtubs under their plans that are conventional in Louisiana. They typically follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the toilet. If the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered medically necessary, instead of a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is necessary for daily tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing considered essential and is considered a daily living activity, Aetna lists bathroom items which are unable to transfer to and from a bath or considered medically necessary if a member is unable to bathe or shower without being seated.

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

Yes. Be careful of the amount of water and also air that comes out of the jets to ensure it is the proper amount that will soothe aches and your sore muscles using a massage sensation. Jets may be placed to target specific regions to provide for the very best effects. Many Lafayette customers take pleasure in the therapeutic effect of having jets installed within their walk in bath for a wide range of medical conditions that gain from the easiness that is added.

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

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

10) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most folks don't start from scratch, they start with a bathtub conversion kit. There are instructions available on how to convert your existing bathtub into a walk in tub. We advise that you simply know the way to use the proper tools so that you just don't end up with a non-working bathtub. There are businesses that understand the way to turn your disability that is bath more as well as your home reachable for less of an investment than other options. As Louisiana installers, we understand just how to direct you in the proper direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to help you make your home fulfill your present needs, especially if you have recently become disabled or are supplying an elderly man care-giving in their home or your residence.

11) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you enter the walk in bathtub, by pulling the handle toward you, you shut the doorway and seal it. Make sure that the handle is locked to be able to avoid any water decline. There are various kinds of handles determined by the model you choose to purchase. Make certain it is a handle that you could certainly operate. Then, the floor drain shut and make sure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before using the bathtub. Once the bathtub fills to the desired depth, your bath is prepared. You need to drain the water when you've completed your bath, remove the drain determined by the type of drain or turn the overflow knob. Pull on the bath leave and handle the tub.

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

Many upgraded homeowner's insurance policies protect against flooding from your plumbing and appliances. Check with your Lafayette homeowner's insurance to ensure it'll cover you against this sort of damage. You may require a home alteration license from the Lafayette, LA building department to put in a bath, particularly when walls have to be removed to fit your toilet plans. Above all, in case you needed a license and you did not get one AND your house suffers from damage from the installed walk in bathtub, your losses may not be covered by your homeowner's insurance. If you plan on ever selling your Lafayette home, there are lots of buyer beware messages out there which will steer prospective buyers from your house since it does affect homeowner's insurance if there have been any improvements without permits. Buyers see the permits as well as their homeowners insurance as protections on their investments in homes.

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