B.C. Senior Safety Services Ltd. provides seniors and people with limited mobility, knowledge, affordable choices, and excellent value in the purchase and installation of high quality safe mobility products. Our prices are given freely over the phone and we offer free in home estimates on installations.

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Walk-in Tubs

-Low Easy Entry
-High Gloss Acyrlic
-Hydrotherapy Jets
-Air Therapy Jets
-In Line Heaters
-Affordable Prices

Barrier Free Showers

Accessible showers are easier to get in and out of than conventional showers or bathtubs. People with mobility challenges can walk in directly or transfer into or alternatively a wheelchair user can roll into a handicapped accessible shower stall if built barrier free. They have an open entry so not to hinder a caregiver’s access to lend assistance in case of an emergency.

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BC Senior Safety Services

BC Senior Safety Services Ltd. can provide reliable products to insure your safety and independence.  Your safety is our primary concern. Our materials and workmanship are top of the line, and we can offer a speedy installation. Walk in tubs can greatly improve independence by enabling individuals who would otherwise be unable to safely bathe in a conventional tub. Our custom tiled showers are built well to your standards, and offer a variety of safety features such as benches, folding shower seats, space saving wall niches, and reinforced grab bars. A plastic shower does not compare to the beauty and longevity of a custom tiled shower that adds value to your home. Browse through our before and after images of our walk in tubs and custom tiled shower projects.

 

Jetted High Gloss Acrylic Walk-in Tubs
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Serving British Columbia: Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Mission, Harrison, Richmond, New Westminster, Delta, Surrey, Whiterock, Langley, Aldergrove, Abbostford, Chilliwack.

 

Therapeutic Benefits

  • Relief from Arthritis
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Circulatory Disease
  • Stress
  • Rheumatism
  • Sciatia
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Walk-in Tubs

  • Low Easy Entry
  • High Gloss Acyrlic
  • Hydrotherapy Jets
  • Air Therapy Jets
  • In Line Heaters
  • Affordable Prices
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Tiled Accessible Showers

  • Shower Grab Bars
  • Heavy Duty Shower Curtain or Glass
  • Different Shower Sizes
  • Shower Glide Bar
  • Stainless Steal ADA Padded Seat
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  • By combining both the Air – Jet Massage and Hydrotherapy Massage you get the ultimate bathing experience. The relaxing and rejuvenating benefits of both are unsurpassed. The in line water heater allows bathing for as long as you like while relieving your aches, pains, and tired limbs.
    -Craig M

  • The hydro massage water jet therapy with in line heater massages your body in key areas like the lower back, feet and legs. With pneumatic controls at your finger tips you simply adjust the right amount of massage to suit your needs. No need to cut your bath short due to cooling water, the in line water heater maintains constant temperature allowing you to simply lie back and enjoy your bath for as long as you desire, relaxing aching joints and muscles
    -M.Harris

  • The air massage system features 16 individual air jets placed around the tub.These jets send relaxing air bubbles into the water, soothing your aching muscles and rejuvenating your entire body. Your hands, feet and limbs will feel fantastic after a bath with the Air Massage Therapy. The comforts and therapeutic treatments of a first class spa are brought to your own home
    -S Grunze

 

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Walk in Tub Or Accessible Shower?

 

 A Walk-in tub?

Walk-in tubs are for those who prefer soaking in warm bath water for personal hygiene and therapy and do not want to give this up when it becomes to difficult to use a standard tub.  If you’ve always preferred showering over bathing then an accessible shower may be a better choice.

Filling

The fill time on a walk-in tub is totally dependent on water pressure. A fireman with his hose could fill a walk-in tub in seconds, however a homes water pressure can vary from, 40 psi to 70 psi, depending on what the water main regulator is set at. Want to know how long it will take to fill? Fill you’re standard tub to the overflow and time how long it takes to do this, it will be about the same for a walk in tub, or run the water from the tub spout as much as you can while maintaining a bathing water temperature, slide a five gallon pale under it and time how long it takes to fill, then do the math. The average size walk in tub holds about 45 – 65 US gallons, but remember sitting in the tub you’ll take up room, so subtract a gallon for about every ten pounds of body weight below the water line.

Draining

Draining takes the same amount of time as a standard bathroom tub. So this is real easy to figure out. Fill a regular tub up to the overflow and time how long it takes to drain. A walk-in tub’s drain simply connects to the existing one.  A full tub with a properly functioning  drain should drain in about 3 minutes or less.

For those who don’t mind waiting while a tub fills and drains, perhaps using this time to wash their hair or rinse themselves off. Then walk in tubs are recommended for bathers who feel they are over exerting themselves and risking injury entering or existing a regular tub. There are many thousands of people who have benefited and swear by them.

Or Accessible Shower?

Replacing an existing standard bathtub with a fully accessible safety shower is recommended for those who prefer showering over bathing. It is also recommend for those who require caregiver assistance to help with daily hygiene.  It is much easier for a care giver to lend assistance with an accessible shower, walk-in tubs are 38-42 inches in height and they can be more difficult to reach into and around. Glass doors on showers are attractive but can greatly restrict accessibility, it is recommended accessible showers be fitted with shower curtains not glass to assist a caregiver’s access. Accessible shower bases have a large flat stable platform so users have more room and feel far more secure while sitting in shower chairs, opposed to having the chair legs teetering on a bathtubs narrow radius bottom corners. We’ve replaced many tub cutaways with proper showers for this reason.

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My Walk-In Tub Purchase: By Howard Stearns

There comes a time when many senior citizens realize just how dangerous it is getting in and out of a standard bathtub, and we often hear about their accidents. That situation arose for me lately and I started to investigate the whole walk in tub business. It seems that every time you turn the television or radio on you see ads for them. I began a research program and found some vast differences in quality and price. Read more..

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