A Certified Walk In Tub Dealer

5-Star Bathroom Remodeler -
Walk In Tub Dealer & Installer

Southeastern Walk In-Tubs is a Bathroom Remodeler specializing

 in offering walk-in hot tub jacuzzis.

Southeastern Walk In-Tubs is a Bathroom Remodeler specializingin offering walk-in hot tub jacuzzis.

Why Walk in Tub Over
Traditional BathTubs?

Traditional bathtubs are not accessible to all people, specifically the elderly and those with limited mobility, is that the walls are too high.

In order to get in, a person needs to lift their legs over the edge and then lower themselves down, and for many people, that is impossible to do safely and on their own.

Traditional bathtubs do not work for everyone is that once you get in, you are required to sit in a reclined or laid back position. For a lot of people with muscle aches or pains, that position is not easy to get into or get out of, and furthermore, it is not always comfortable to sit like that.

It can be hard for people who value independence to ask for or admit that they need help, and even once they do, living that way is not enjoyable. The good news is, traditional bathtubs are no longer the only option. If you are ready to have your independence back in regards to taking a bath by yourself and relaxing, then it’s time to contact us.

Why Choose Us?

What is the installation process?

What Makes a Walk-in Tub Safe?

Walk-in bathtubs are so safe is the fact that there is a door which allows the walls to be significantly taller than the walls of a traditional bathtub.

Typically the walls of walk-in bathtubs are between 36 and 40 inches and have a 2” step Height. This height allows for a seat in the tub that the person can use without risking injury like they might in a traditional bathtub. Additionally, the wall height makes it less likely that a person who has limited mobility will fall out.

The second biggest safety benefit of a walk-in bathtub is the textured floor. It is pretty standard for a walk-in bathtub to have at least the floor surface textured, and usually, the seat and even the sometimes walls will have a textured surface as well.

This textured surface allows for more traction and therefore prevents slipping. With less risk of slipping, a person is better able to get into the tub, relax or bathe safely, and get out of the tub independently.

The second biggest safety benefit of a walk-in bathtub is the textured floor. It is pretty standard for a walk-in bathtub to have at least the floor surface textured, and usually, the seat and even the sometimes walls will have a textured surface as well.

This textured surface allows for more traction and therefore prevents slipping. With less risk of slipping, a person is better able to get into the tub, relax or bathe safely, and get out of the tub independently.

The final major safety feature that is standard with walk-in is an anti-scald valve. With bathtubs, it is a fairly common problem that sudden pressure changes can cause pretty extreme temperature changes with both the cold and hot water lines.

The sudden change can cause a person to jump and/or injure themselves, especially if that person is elderly. Anti-scald valves prevent this problem from occurring by preventing any major changes in water temperature.