Bathroom Modifications on a Tight Budget
If your budget is constrained, you want to convert the existing toilet, bath and shower so they’re easier and safer to use, while adding safety accessories where necessary.
- Grab bars are a non-negotiable safety solution no matter the size of your budget. They can prevent life-changing (or life-ending) falls.
- Non-slip mats or non-slip strips in the bath and shower provide traction when it’s needed.
- The toilet seat elevator helps you convert the existing toilet into a comfort-height toilet. It fits between the current toilet and toilet seat.
- A shower chair and adjustable shower head provide safe, comfortable solution for showering.
- A tub cut can transform your existing bathtub into a walk-in tub.
Bathroom Modifications on a Moderate Budget
If your budget is a little more expansive, you probably want to address safety issues while maintaining a seamless design. In other words, you want universal design. Of course, you still need to start with the basics – grab bars and non-slip mats – but you can go beyond that.
- Go for a comfort-height toilet that makes it easier to sit down and stand up, but looks stylish too.
- Transform that bathtub into a walk-in, seated shower.
- The walk-in tub provides the ultimate home-spa experience with a bundle of practical side benefits – walk-in safety, a comfortable 17” high seat, therapeutic warmth and hydro-massage for aching muscles.
- A walk-in shower brings that seamless, contemporary look to the bathroom and makes it easy to get in or out of the shower--whether on two feet or four wheels.
- Prevent falls with the beauty of textured, non-slip tiles on the bathroom floor.
- If the senior you love has difficulty getting on and off the toilet, treat them to a Tush-Push toilet seat. It’ll give them a boost when they need it, so they can regain their independence.