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Spotlight: One Day Bath’s TubcuT®

Why this easy, inexpensive project can provide home safety!

When was the last time you faced the need for a home project that you knew would absolutely solve your problem and also go easy on your wallet?

For most homeowners, there’s usually an endless list of modifications and renovations that we need to make as we and our homes age. And, if you’re like most people, you put off projects that have more to do with your own safety or comfort. But chances are you, or someone you know, has had to deal with everyday aches and pains, arthritis, bad knees, foot or ankle problems, a handicap or overall mobility problem, aging in place, acting as a caregiver, or general worries about slip and falls in the bath tub.

You’ve probably already heard that there are ways to make your bathtub more accessible, but pushed the thought to the back of your mind because you’re worried about how long your bathroom is going to be out of commission, the cost of the project, and if having your bathtub modified is going to serve its intended purpose.

If a person has difficulty lifting their legs over a traditional tub wall, then a portion of that tub wall can actually be cut and removed, then refinished. The cut out reduces the lift required to step or swing one’s legs into the tub and instead turns it into a walk-in shower. The modification can be done in less than one day. Even better? The cut portion of the tub can be saved, and the project can be reversed if you want to sell your home and not lose value.

We can do this without disturbing the plumbing or making a big deal of construction. We’re in and out of there in half a day, and the customer can be using the shower and bathroom again by the next morning.

Call TubcuT® today at 866-927-8247. www.TUBCUT.com  

PHOTO CAP: One Day Bath’s TubcuT® adds convenience and protection for all ages

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