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Remain in Your Lifelong Home Significantly Longer and with More Freedom

Everyone wants to be able have the capacity to look after themselves for as long as possible, and to live alone. With a fresh tub, you may add another couple of years to having the ability take care of yourself, to live in your house, and be free to determine when you want to bathe, not when you are scheduled to.

Prevent Breaking a Hip from Falling Down

Getting in and out of the tub is one of the most dangerous activities elderly people can do. By changing for a more accessible bathtub, you can greatly reduce the change of a serious injury from sliding and falling. One serious harm can significantly reduce lifespan and your freedom.

Make Daily Life Much Easier and More Dignified

Bathing is something that most people do every single day. By making the daily cleaning of yourself easier, you can make your life much more gratifying, and much more dignified understanding you can take good care of yourself, with no need of nurses or external help.


Is it true that the risk of sliding and falling in the toilet make you scared of living alone?

Do you want extra help washing and cleaning due to the risk of falling in the tub?

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

Here at Cain’s Mobility AL , we are proud to install showers and bathtubs that have doors making bathing and showering significantly easier for the elderly population of Montgomery.

Stop Worrying about Slipping and Falling in the Bathroom, and Get Equilibrium and Equilibrium.

Are you worried about your loved one getting in or outside of the shower by themselves or yourself?

Among the greatest worries for aged people living in Montgomery is the risk of slipping and falling when getting in or out of the shower. With slick surfaces, and extra water everywhere, it can be difficult to keep balance well enough to get in or out.

With a walk in bathtub, you can stop worrying about that chance, because the bathing process will be easy and safe once more.

You can now get in and out much easier, and have more balance and equilibrium, without having to step out over the side.

Make Living Independently in Alabama Safe and Fun Once More!

For a lot of aging citizens, being able to reside within their own house for as long as possible is the very best way to keep pride and dignity in their own lives.

As individuals age, parts of their bodies start to break down, also it becomes dangerous to live alone without additional help in the rare instance that something happens.

For many aged individuals, this means eventually having to move away from the Montgomery house they have lived in for years and love, and into a Alabama retirement or care facility that is sterile, unknown and not nearly the same as their own home in Montgomery.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the bathroom with a fresh walk-in bathtub, elderly folks will probably have the ability to remain within their own home for longer, and revel in the life they have lived for years.

Raise your Montgomery Home’s Resale Value to An Increasing Baby Boomer People.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Alabama are becoming elderly, mobility gear will become a larger and larger selling point for the purchase of Montgomery houses.

By installing a walk-in tub in your Montgomery home, you’ll not only make daily living easier now, but would set your home up to be precious later on.

Every walk-in tub can significantly raise your Alabama house’s resale and appeal to aging populations.

Give our Montgomery team a call to discover precisely how much your house’s resale value would rise from a new installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems employ a gravitation just drainage system, while other manufacturers offer power-assisted drainage systems. Typically, the drainage system in a walk-in bath is attached to the standard tub drain, which is threaded into a flat pipe called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed using a foam washer or putty under its flange. Comparing double drain alternatives to rapid drain alternatives is important when considering that most walk in bathtubs take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which demands the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some attributes may cost you more, so it is almost always advisable to inquire. Finally, get to be aware of the difference between frameless baths and framed tubs since frameless baths tend to empty faster than framed tubs, because they don't alter the drain height of your existing bath. Framed tubs are constructed on a steel frame and the bottom of the tub is suspended off the floor. Frameless baths are made with an extra-strength form that does not need a steel frame and the bottom of the tub is not hung in the air.

2) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Alabama?

Aetna doesn't insure walk-in bathtubs under their plans that are traditional in Alabama. Aetna does not insure walk in tubs under their HMO and health network plans either. They typically follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the bathroom. If the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered necessary, instead of a public toilet. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is necessary for day-to-day activities and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing considered crucial and is considered a daily living activity, bathroom items that are considered medically necessary if a member is not able to bathe or shower without being seated or unable to transfer to and from a bathtub are listed by Aetna.

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

Proper installation and initial testing should offer you a leak proof encounter, however there are incidents where they experienced flows that customers report. Under suitable circumstances, the weight of the water should compress the door seal making it completely leak proof. Some units contain another drain below the entrance door to help prevent escapes if the door does leak. If this feature is comprised ask. We highly recommend that you just get a lifetime guarantee, because it covers the door in the instance of a leak and the seal. Replacement seals will cost you. Many people replace the door seal on a walk in tub themselves. Also, it is very important to take good attention of the walk-in tub door when the bath isn't in use to prevent premature failure of the seal. Wiping door jamb and the door seal down after each use can preserve the integrity of the water seal. Follow the maintenance as well as care directions.

4) Will AARP cover the cost of equipment and installation?

AARP isn't a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make health plan recommendations for people and does not cover the cost of walk in bathtubs or some well-being needs. AARP does provide access to medical care tools and coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance to members as a resource, but third parties provide member benefits. Check with the plans that are recorded under the membership services of AARP in Alabama.

5) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Alabama?

Medicare does not cover walk-in bathtub equipment and installation costs in Alabama, because they're dwelling adjustments, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment doesn't contain physical changes to a home, just medical equipment and supplies that are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or make use of a shower or tub simpler and safer. Consumer Affairs implies that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom security reasons) a walk in bath is warranted to determine whether the equipment could be partially compensated. More times than not, they will not cover it. However, if you are eligible for Medicaid, your state's system may give you some financial assistance for a walk-in bath. You may qualify for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and accessibility adjustments. If you're a recipient of Medicare and Medicaid, it's also wise to think about the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Plan. The Special Needs Plan (SNP) or Medicaid may consider your qualifications if you're able to prove that a walk in bath is medically necessary, not just a convenience, or as a prevention in the instance of a fall, along with a written prescription that describes the need for someone to remain living in their own residence. Medicaid offers a whole listing of waivers related to the elderly that we suggest that you review.

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

Many updated homeowner's insurance policies protect against flooding from your pipes and appliances. Check with your Montgomery homeowner's insurance to ensure it's going to cover you against this type of damage. You might need a house modification permit from the Montgomery, AL building department to put in a bath, particularly when walls have to be eliminated to coordinate with your toilet plans. Most importantly, you didn't get one AND somehow and in case you needed a permit your home suffers from damage from the installed walk in bathtub, your homeowner's insurance may not cover your losses. In case you plan on selling your Montgomery residence, there are loads of buyer beware messages out there which will direct potential buyers from your house since it does influence homeowner's insurance if there have been any developments without licenses. Buyers see their homeowners insurance as well as the permits as protections on their investments in dwellings.

7) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Sometimes, however, it is crucial to modify the plumbing depending on the positioning of the drains. Installers may need to put in a fitting to the present wastewater pipe for a walk-in tub. Present plumbing may allow for more rapid drain times or slower drain times.

8) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you go into the walk in bath, you shut the door and seal it by pulling the handle toward you. Make sure that the handle is locked in order to avoid any water decline. There are several types of handles depending on the model you decide to buy. Make certain it's a handle that you can easily work. Following that, the floor drain close and ensure the anti-scald device has already been preset before utilizing the bath. Once the bathtub fills to the desired depth, your bath is prepared. Ensure that you get familiar with the operating instructions to estimate which speed works best for your needs in case you plan on using jets. You must empty the water after you have finished your bath, turn the overflow knob or remove the drain determined by the kind of drain. Pull on the bathtub leave and handle the tub.

9) Will the cost of installation and equipment be covered by my disability in Alabama?

If your disability was due to a vehicle or work injury, check together with the appropriate insurance insurance company to find out if house adjustments resulting from your AL handicap are insured. Claims that contain Montgomery home alterations are admissible in insurance resolutions. Someone have a health condition that meets their definition of handicap and qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they've worked in work that was covered by Social Security. Benefits may be insured in the event you're on disability or injured. Since SSI is a needs-based plan as well as an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, eligibility for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person with a disability to attain an occupational goal. The cash that's set aside under a PASS may be used for anything that contributes to an occupational goal and may 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. There are Alabama dwelling modification grants which are available that may provide you aid for the installation and purchase of a walk-in tub: (1) the Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) Grant; (2) the Special Dwelling Adaptation (SHA) Grants; and the Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) Grant. You may also ask in case you are eligible 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 make an application for SHA or SAH grant. For information on all VA benefits in Alabama call 1-800-827-1000.

10) Can I choose the color / style to match my interior decoration?

Yes. Walk in baths can be personalized to your taste. Check with the makers about Alabama choices. Some offer colors which are uniform with most toilets. Picking the right walk-in tub for you means discussing the variety of sizes, fashions and layouts to ensure it satisfies your own special needs and room requirements. You might have to pay an additional fee for a custom colour since most makers make tubs in white and cream.

11) Will a tub like this add to my Montgomery home’s resale value?

Should you reside in a Montgomery retirement community, installing a walk-in bath may raise the value of your house. Otherwise, it probably will not increase the value of your dwelling. Since modifications to your toilet do not normally increase the value of your house, cost may be eligible for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Alabama if the principal purpose of the enhancements is to accommodate a residence to the disability of the taxpayer, their partner or dependent living there.

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

They're simple to wash, but unlike regular baths, it is a good idea to keep a daily cleaning custom with a walk in bath using the products that are correct and subsequent manufacturer's recommendations. You wish to really make sure with a walk-in bath that you remove spots and scum to guard the surface. Depending on whether you have soft water, hard water, or well water, you'll see several types of deposits and stains on your bath. Get into the habit of wiping down the wet surfaces after each use to help avoid the build up scum, which will require more scrubbing afterwards. Weekly, use cleaners to clean your walk-in bath. Products that address your particular water stain and deposits ought to be considered in addition to any indications that these products may destroy the finish on your own bath. Since baths are usually either fiberglass or acrylic, you want to familiarize yourself with the very best cleaning techniques for your sort of bath. Fiberglass is brittle and porous and can easily dull and spot. Do not use harsh abrasive products on fiberglass. Acrylic is non porous and simple to clean. Additionally, if the current weather permits, air the room out so that it doesn't stay humid all day. Some manufacturers recommend that your bathroom window opens for an hour daily to let moisture escape.

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