Cape Cod Home Remodeling Company Offers Bathroom Conversions
04/12/2013

Age in Place of New England, the trusted provider of functional home modification services, is offering bathroom conversions to promote utmost safety for the elderly and handicapped.

Online PR News – 12-April-2013 – Plymouth – Plymouth, Massachusetts (March 18, 2013) – Age in Place of New England, the trusted provider of functional home modification services, is offering bathroom conversions to promote utmost safety for the elderly and handicapped. The Cape Cod home remodeling company offers their services to provide an ideal aging-in-place environment.

The traditional bathtub poses a number of risks to physically challenged individuals. For instance, getting in and out of it requires proper balance and spatial awareness, with the soapy water adding a slipping hazard. To prevent accidents, Age in Place of New England provides safety shower and walk-in bathtub installations to ensure safe and convenient bathing.

Converting the tub into a shower that has a low step in feature allows individuals to get in the area with ease. With the converted shower, seniors and persons with disabilities may choose to sit down while bathing to avoid straining their muscles. Moreover, homeowners may request a handrail installation to guide the physically challenged in moving within the bathroom.

For individuals who want to continue enjoying the relaxation offered by bathtubs, walk-in tubs make for a perfect alternative to encourage independence. The special tub features a door that permits easy entry and a seating area for a comfortable bath. The bath controls are also made to be effortlessly within reach. Meanwhile, the Total Bliss walk-in bathtub that comes with a hydrotherapy air jetted system lets clients enjoy a therapeutic bath.

Seniors and handicapped individuals looking for a reliable provider of home improvement in Cape Cod can turn to Age in Place of New England for their practical services. For more information, visit www.AgeInPlaceOfNewEngland.com.

About Age in Place of New England

Owned and operated by Dan Maybruck and Mark Buell, the company was established to serve seniors and the handicapped by modifying their homes for independent living. Preferred by many organizations and homeowners alike, they are fully licensed and insured with a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) certification.