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    Why Walk-in Tub is a Good Investment?

    Walk-in Bathtubs

    Written By: Safe Step Tub

    July 7, 2019

    Why Walk-in Tub is a Good Investment?

     

    As you get older, it can become more challenging to take part in specific tasks. The once simple task of climbing into a bathtub is now a dangerous risk. A walk-in tub features a door that easily opens and allows you to walk in as if you were entering a room. These tubs provide safety and comfort for those that find it more difficult to acquire both. Here are some reasons why a walk-in bathtub is a good investment for your home.

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    Water Depth

    Traditional bathtubs need to be low enough that most people can climb in. This limits the amount of water can fill the tub. Sometimes this may require the person in the bath to slip deeper into the tub for their body to become fully submerged. Since a walk-in tub is entered by opening a door, these tubs are much taller than the traditional tub, allowing more water to fill it. The result is a more comfortable bath and that the person bathing can lay in a much more comfortable position with the water reaching the neck.

    Safety Features

    The bathroom can be one of the most dangerous rooms in a home due to the amount of water that might spill onto the floor. While this is true for anyone of any age, this is even more of a concern for the elderly. As the bathtub is usually filled with water when used, there is a much greater chance that someone could slip and get injured. Walk-in tubs include a variety of safety features to help those using them to avoid slipping. Additionally, you have to fill and drain the tub while inside. While this may seem like an inconvenience, it will result in less water on the floor when you exit.

    Combination of Features

    There are some things that you might want to include in a tub to make your bathing safer or more enjoyable. If you add these to a traditional bathtub, it can get quite expensive. A walk-in tub includes several features that might make bathing easier for those that have difficulty getting around. This includes tub seats, handrails, and non-slip flooring. The result is that you will actually save money with a walk-in tub because you won’t have to buy all of these features individually.

    Hydrotherapy

    Warm water benefits a variety of conditions that plague seniors, such as certain aches and pains. It also has been proven to speed up the healing process of certain injuries, such as burns and ulcers. While any tub that you own can be filled with warm water, many walk-in tubs include hydrotherapy jets, similar to those found in hot tubs. This allows for the massaging of muscles, helping those using the tub to relax further and have a greater impact on aches and pains.

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    Water Usage

    Walk-in tubs are deeper than traditional bathtubs so you might assume that you would use more water. Many walk-in tubs are narrower than conventional bathtubs to combat this issue. This means that you will use a comparable amount of water to a traditional bath while experiencing the benefits of deeper water.

    Many benefits can be gained by taking advantage of a walk-in bath. In addition to being easier to enter and exit, these bathtubs offer a variety of features to help soothe aches and pains and keep you safe while bathing. Contact Safe Step Walk-In Tub Company if you’re interested in a walk-in tub and shower combo.

     

     

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