Walk-in Tubs for Your Home in Lexington, KY, Louisville or Elsewhere Make it Easier and Safer to Bathe
Walk-in tubs professionally installed by the experts from Sunrooms and More can help make bathing easier for homeowners in Lexington, KY, Louisville, Elizabethtown, Cincinnati, OH and elsewhere in northern Kentucky and southern Ohio. A walk-in tub is ideal for anyone who is slowed by limited mobility, or suffers pain and other symptoms associated with arthritis or another medical condition.
The walk-in tubs installed by Sunrooms and More are made in the USA by Custom Care. They are manufactured from premium materials, including the sturdiest fiberglass available and available high-grade gel-coat finishes. The underlying inspiration behind every Custom Care tub is threefold: luxury, safety and functionality. Imagine a beautiful, luxurious addition to your bathroom − a safe oasis where you are free to relax and soak in complete comfort.
The features available with our walk-in tubs include:
- Low thresholds for simple access
- Hydrotherapeutic massage jets
- Twice the depth of standard tubs for full-body soaking
- Slip-resistant flooring
- Chromatherapy and aromatherapy
- Safety grab bars
- Comfortable personalized seating
- Shower fittings
These features, along with the 60-second Custom Care Dual Drain system, are designed for convenience, safety and luxury. Too many seniors find that they are subjected to unnecessary fear and anxiety when it comes to bathing, simply because the standard bathtub in most homes is not designed to aid those with restricted mobility. That’s why walk-in tubs installed by Sunrooms and More are such a great idea. And with the completely customizable designs provided by our trusted manufacturer, Custom Care, we can build one that will precisely meet your needs.
To learn more about the walk-in tubs we install, or to schedule an on-site evaluation of your bath requirements, contact Sunrooms and More. We proudly serve Lexington, Louisville, Elizabethtown, Cincinnati and communities throughout northern Kentucky and southern Ohio.