Walk in bathtub vs walk in shower
30 Aug 2016
Sometimes, it's amazing to see how much benefit we can get out of small and simple things. Taking a good soak in a hot bath at the end of the day is one of those things that everyone is looking forward to. Taking a hot bath has amazing benefits to our body and state of mind, but for the elderly and for the people with mobility problems, having to take a bath can become quite a nightmare.
To make the bathing experience enjoyable, one solution can be the walk in bathtub. This specially designed bathtub comes equipped with a door that gives the user the ability to enter and exit the tub with ease. There is a wide range of walk in bathtubs available on the market, with extra features that include bubble jets, handrails and heated seating. The walk in bathtub offers the same soaking experience like a regular bathtub and, most important, makes the bathing process a lot easier for the user and for the caregiver.
One of the disadvantages of the walk in bathtubs is the fact that these tubs require the person to be inside the tub before it starts to fill up and until it finished draining. This can be quite a chilly and uncomfortable experience, so think well before you make a decision.
But not everybody prefers to take a long bath or maybe getting in and out of the bath has become very difficult and that is where the walk in showers take the stage. They provide an easier access and can be used in combination with other showering equipment. To ensure a safe showering experience, these showers come equipped with slip-resistant trays, safety glass and a comfortable seat.
Premier Care in Bathing offer customers full support and provide solutions based on their needs. So, if you decide to remodel your bathroom, it's best to take an experts advice and take an informed decision.