Grab Bars

Installation available on all Grab Bars!

Try climbing in and out of your tub or shower, minus the water, to get an idea where grab bars should be placed and where it would be best for the person who needs them. We always mount grab bars into a stud that sits behind the wall. Or, if the stud can’t be located, we use an anchoring device. Additionally, Grab bars can be placed vertically, horizontally or diagonally depending on your needs.

-Entry to the shower or tub.

To help facilitate entry and exit, we prefer to install a grab bar vertically in front of the shower or tub. A smaller grab bar (12-in, 16-in, or 18-in) works well for this purpose.

Horizontal grab bars mounted inside the tub or shower will provide added stability, whereas diagonal grab bars provide added stability when lowering to sit on a shower seat.
Generally a 16-in grab bar or a grab bar that is a multiple of 16 (16-in, 32-in, or 48-in) works best.

-Near the toilet.

Installing a grab bar near the toilet can provide great assistance in both sitting or standing. Used in conjunction with a chair height toilet or raised toilet seat and this can further improve comfort and ease of use.
Generally, a grab bar is installed either horizontally or diagonally near the toilet.

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