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It’s our Honor to Give you Back your Bathing Independence

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Mobility issues come in all forms and discriminate against no one! If you or someone you love is suffering from mobility issues, the team here at [location] can help! Years ago, mobility issues often forced people to pack up their belongings and move to a nursing home. Fortunately, this is not what HAS to happen now. Our walk-in tub is the answer you’ve been waiting for. Our walk-in tub is extremely high quality and designed to provide a safe bathing experience for those who suffer from mobility issues.

The problem with a traditional bathtub and someone who suffers from mobility issues is that stepping in and out of a traditional tub is scary and extremely dangerous. Just getting in and out requires a great deal of balance not to mention having to raise your leg to step in and out several inches. Our walk-in tub is designed to eliminate this problem. Our low thresholds combined with our textured non-slip floors, safety bars, comfortable seats and an ergonomic faucet and jet system controls will allow you to SAFELY take a bath whenever you want. On your own, in the comforts of your own home!

Here at [location] we are extremely proud of our reputation as a company who ONLY puts their name on the highest quality products. We also are committed to offering fair and honest pricing to all of our customers. When a homeowner calls us for one of our products, we usually find them desperate for some answers. We understand that dealing with mobility issues or having a family member deal with them is very difficult. This is why we are committed to helping you or your loved one regain bathing independence, safely and with dignity. Many of our satisfied customers refer us to their friends and tell us we treated them kindly and like family. This is our commitment to all of our customers and we would love the opportunity to help you. To us, it’s an honor to see the look on our customers faces when they see for the first time that they can hold onto their bathing independence.