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Stay in Your Own Home Longer and with More Independence

Everybody needs to be able to live independently, and be able to take care of themselves for so long as possible. With a new tub, you can add another couple of years to being able to reside in your home, take good care of yourself, and be free to determine if you want to bathe, not when you’re scheduled to.

Avoid Breaking Bones from Falling Down

Getting in and outside of the tub is one of the very dangerous activities elderly individuals can do. By switching for a more reachable tub, you can substantially decrease the change of a serious injury from dropping and sliding. One serious injury can significantly reduce your freedom and lifespan.

Make Using the Bath Much Less Dangerous

The bathroom is among the most dangerous areas in the house for elderly people. With a brand new walk in bath, you can make getting in and out of the shower considerably safer and more stable every day. That reduces the danger of one of the most risky rooms in the house.

Lake Charles

Is it true that the threat of slipping and falling in the bathroom make you scared of living alone?

Would an accidental slip and fall set you behind years of exercise and freedom?

Do you need extra help bathing and cleaning of falling in the bathtub because of the threat?

Here at Cain’s Mobility LA , we are proud to install tubs and showers that have doors making bathing and showering considerably easier for the elderly residents of Lake Charles.

Increase your Lake Charles Home’s Resale Value to An Increasing Baby Boomer Population.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Louisiana are getting old, mobility gear will become a larger and bigger selling point for the purchase of Lake Charles houses.

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

Every walk-in bath can considerably increase your Louisiana attractiveness and house’s resale to aging people.

Give our Lake Charles team a call to find out precisely how much your house’s resale value would rise from a fresh facility.

Make Living Independently in Louisiana Safe and Fun!

For many aging citizens, having the ability to reside in their particular home for so long as possible is the 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 additional help in the rare case that something occurs.

For a lot of aged individuals, this means eventually having to move away from the Lake Charles home they’ve lived in for a long time and love, and into a Louisiana retirement or care facility that is infertile, unknown and not almost the same as their own home in Lake Charles.

By preventing slips and falls in the restroom with a new walk-in tub, aged individuals will soon manage to stay in their very own home for longer, and enjoy the life they have lived for years.

Prevent Serious Harm which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Substantially

For a lot of elderly folks dwelling in Lake Charles, bones could be broken by a single serious tumble, and considerably hinder freedom and exercise for many years to come. This inactivity and lack of skill to proceed can significantly decrease your lifespan and total happiness and independence you’ve every day.

One of the simplest ways to stop injury is in the bathroom, with new mobility equipment that make the process of bathing less dangerous than before.

Thus give our Lake Charles team a call immediately to learn how you can prevent serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live for longer and free.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) What sort of guarantees are there that these tubs won’t leak and damage my Lake Charles house?

Consumer Affairs recommends that an owner that is initial buy a lifetime warranty to give peace of mind to buyers about flows. Also, ask if the lifetime guarantee is extended to other owners as well. For a set amount of years, this will be contained for most Louisiana dwelling setups.

2) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Louisiana?

Medicare will not cover walk-in tub gear and installation prices in Louisiana, because they are house alterations, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment does not contain physical changes to a house, only medical gear and supplies that are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or use a shower or tub safer and easier. Consumer Affairs suggests that you may want to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom safety reasons) a walk in bath is warranted to ascertain whether the gear may be somewhat compensated. More often than not, it won't be covered by them. However, if you're eligible for Medicaid, your state's system may offer you some financial assistance for a walk-in bath. You may be eligible for a House and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and accessibility adjustments. In the event you are a receiver of Medicare and Medicaid, it's also wise to think about the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Strategy. The Special Needs Plan (SNP) or Medicaid may consider your qualification if you're able to prove that a walk-in tub is medically necessary, not only a convenience, or as a prevention in the instance of a fall, together with a written prescription that describes the requirement for an individual to remain dwelling in their own dwelling. Medicaid offers a whole list of waivers related to the elderly that we suggest that you review. Additionally, contact your Lake Charles or Louisiana Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to explore Medicaid Waivers and financial choices for long term care.

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

The most important advantage is the fact that it facilitates your thoughts in case you have mobility problems, because depending on your circumstance, you can slip on a normal bathtub or have problem getting into the bath with no low step threshold. By making bathing easier, the design of a walk-in bath can also make it a lot more convenient for individuals who you depend on in your own life and help you live more independently. Sliding shower doors can pose a danger to elders or those with mobility issues and the door for a walk-in tub is conveniently made for ease of use. Besides the benefits of security and availability, living alone in Lake Charles is a real problem for people experiencing freedom issues. Other benefits include enhanced relaxation given all the features which are available to you. It relieves the distress associated with common ailments. It's a popular choice for individuals who enjoy taking baths, desire freedom and need to feel safe and worry-free unimpeded by their mobility problem.

4) 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 pipes and appliances. Check with your Lake Charles homeowner's insurance to make sure it's going to cover you against this type of damage. You may require a home adjustment permit from the Lake Charles, LA building department to install a tub, particularly if walls need to be eliminated to fit your bathroom plans. Most importantly, you didn't get one AND somehow and if you needed a permit your house suffers from damage from the installed walkin bath, your losses may not be covered by your homeowner's insurance. In case you plan on ever selling your Lake Charles house, there are lots of buyer beware messages out there which will steer prospective buyers from your home since it does influence homeowner's insurance if there have been any advancements without licenses. Buyers see their homeowners insurance as well as the licenses as protections on their investments in dwellings.

5) Will the cost of installation and equipment be covered by my disability in Louisiana?

If your disability was due to a work or vehicle injury, check together with the appropriate insurance insurance company to see if house adjustments resulting from your LA disability are covered. Claims that contain Lake Charles home alterations are admissible in insurance settlements. Someone qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they have worked in a job that was insured by Social Security and have a health condition that meets their definition of handicap. Benefits may be insured if you are injured or on disability. Since SSI is a needs-based program along with an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, eligibility for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person who has a disability to attain an occupational goal. The cash that's set aside under a PASS could be used for anything that results in an occupational objective and can be utilized to cover home adjustments through an SSI savings plan. In case you are a veteran, the Department of Veterans' Affairs does offer individual programs that might enable you to deflect a number of the price. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to submit an application for SHA or SAH grant. For advice on all VA benefits in Louisiana call 1-800-827-1000.

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

Yes. Be careful of the amount of water and also atmosphere that comes out of the jets to make sure it is the appropriate amount that will soothe aches and your sore muscles with a massage sense. Jets may be positioned to target particular regions to provide for the most effective effects. Many Lake Charles customers enjoy the therapeutic effect of having jets installed inside their walk-in tub for an extensive array of health conditions that gain from the easiness that is extra.

7) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you go into the walk in tub, you close the doorway and seal it by pulling on the handle toward you. Make sure the handle is locked to be able to avoid any water loss. There are several types of handles depending on the model you choose to buy. Be sure it's a handle which you can easily function. Then, you shut the floor drain and ensure the anti-scald device has already been preset before utilizing the tub. Your bath is ready once the bathtub fills to the desired depth. Manufacturers might also recommend a maximum time of use. You have to drain the water when you've completed your bath, turn the overflow knob or remove the drain depending on the type of drain. Pull on the tub handle and exit the bath.

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

Largely you are paying for a listing of safety features that are unavailable on a regular tub. These safety features are built into walk-in tubs for individuals with limited mobility to lower the likelihood of falling down. An essential feature of walk-in tubs is that there's a low step threshold to allow a user to readily enter into the tub unconcerned concerning the conventional high wall of a regular tub. The walk in tubs also normally include jet treatment, a cleaning function, and enhanced drain choices. Additionally, one of the reasons why the cost changes among the walk in tubs is that the tubs are custom-made depending on someone 's needs rather than factory copied, so you could discover a bath that's especially made for somebody who wants wheelchair accessibility, a bath that fits a bigger individual, or a soaker tub with jets.

9) Can I make one of these myself?

Yes, but most people do not 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 tub. We advise that you know how exactly to use the tools that are correct in order that you do not end up with a non-working bath. There are firms that know just how to turn your home along with your disability that is bath more reachable for less of an investment than alternatives. As Louisiana installers, we understand the way to direct you in the right course, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to assist you in making your home match your present wants, especially if you have recently become disabled or are supplying an aged person care-giving in their own house or your home.

10) How do I know these tubs will fully seal and not leak out all over the floor?

Appropriate installation and initial testing should provide you with a leak-proof encounter, nonetheless there are episodes where they experienced flows, that customers report. Under appropriate conditions, the weight of the water should compress the door seal making it totally leak proof. Some units comprise a second drain below the entrance door to help prevent leaks if the door does leak. Ask if this attribute is comprised. We highly recommend that you just get a lifetime guarantee, because it covers the door in the instance of a flow and the seal. Replacement seals will cost you. Also, it's crucial that you take great care of the walk in tub door when the tub is not in use to prevent early failure of the seal. Wiping down the door seal and door jamb after each use can keep the integrity of the water seal. Follow the care as well as maintenance directions. Additionally, any modest collection of soil or debris on the door seal or where the seal comes in contact with the door jamb can lead to a minor leak through the door seal, so always wipe down the door seal.

11) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems employ a gravity only drainage system, while other manufacturers offer power-assisted drainage systems. Normally, the drainage system in a walk in bathtub is attached to the normal tub 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. The big difference is that manufacturers have attempted to reduce the waiting time since sitting there waiting for the water to drain can leave a bather feeling chilled since a bather cannot leave the bath until all the water is emptied. Comparing double drain options to quick drain alternatives is significant when considering that most walk-in tubs take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which necessitates that the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some features may cost you more, therefore it's always advisable to ask. Eventually, get to know the difference between frameless baths and framed baths since because they do not alter the drain height of your existing bath frameless tubs often drain faster than framed baths. Framed baths are made on a steel framework and the base of the tub is hung off the floor. Frameless baths are designed with an extra-strength form that doesn't demand a steel frame and the underside of the bath is not suspended in the air.

12) 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 recommend that you know how to use the correct tools so that you don't end up with a non-working tub. There are firms in Lake Charles that understand the way to turn your home along with your disability that is bath more reachable for less of an investment than other options. As installers, we know the way to point you in the proper direction, so please ask us for a consultation so we are able to assist you to make your house meet your current needs, particularly if you have recently become disabled or are providing an aged man care-giving in their house or your house.

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