Need help trying to choose the right accessible bathroom equipment?
This handout will help!
Buying an Accessible Bathtub is a major decision. It involves a substantial amount of money, and the inconvenience of a bathroom renovation. It is important to fully research the options before you make a decision.
There are four main areas to look at: product choices, the bather, installation and feature/benefit considerations.
- Part 1 Accessible product choices
- Part 2 Bather considerations
- Part 3 Installation considerations
- Part 4 Feature and Benefit considerations
Choosing a Walk-in Tub Downloadable PDF Handout
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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. Continue reading
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! At Aquassure we carry a variety of accessories for all needs. If you’re purchasing a shower we can send you away with a complete accessories pack, or piece out your new bathroom to match your walk-in tub. Our catalogue has a detailed list of what we have to offer, but here is a small summary for you to consider. Continue reading
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Four part blog on Choosing a Walk-in Bathtub
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 the tub to drain. Make sure that your tub has fixtures that fill the tub quickly. Best Bath walk-in tubs will fill in under 6 minutes. Slide-in bathtubs like the Aquassure ADL Spa will fill in less than 3 minutes. Some other very popular walk-in tubs may take up to 15 minutes to fill.
Drain times range form 90 seconds to 5 minutes or more. 2″ drains and multiple drains speed drain time. Continue reading
The Aquassure Slide-in Bathtub has several options to choose from.
- Door opening
- Fixture choice
- Cabinet Base Finish
- Hydrotherapy Jets
- Shoulder and Seat Belt
- Extension Handle
- 3-wall Surround
- Custom options
Left door Aquassure slide-in bathtub
The Aquassure slide-in bath is available in a left or right opening door.
The Aquassure Slidein bathtub has 3 main fixture choices. Continue reading
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