Walk-in Bathtub with Inward-Swinging Door
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The Fairmount Walkin Tub
The Fairmount has an inward-swinging all-aluminium door and can fit anywhere a traditional 5’ tub can.
It comes with high-flow taps with stainless steel hoses and sits on 8 levelling legs for increased stability and strength.
In addition to all of our standard features, it can also be equipped with all of our options.
Available Options To Add On
Heated Air Jets
Experience the soothing benefit of soft, warm, air massage in your bath.
See the difference of micro bubbles with their natural cleansing properties.
With any walk-in tub, you have to wait in the tub while it fills.
03 Water Jet Sanitizer
Purify your water and make your skin feel softer, cleaner, and healthier!
Heated Water Jets
For those who like a strong massage on sore muscles.
Enjoy the benefits of essential oils with a built-in aromatherapy system
Combine a rejuvenating massage with your bathing routine.
Lean back and relax in even more comfort with the silicone pillow.
Light up your bath with underwater lights!
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Call us at 1-587-572-TUBS (8827). You can also submit your name & number to have us call you.
Frequently Asked Questions From Alberta Clients About Our Walk-In Tubs
Are walk-in tubs worth the money?
Being able to bathe safely & comfortably without assistance is worth a lot to most walk-in tub owners.Having easy access, whirlpool jets, a heated backrest, and the health benefits that come ownership makes it worth every penny.
What do walk-in tubs sell for in Alberta?
The cost for a walk-in tub in Alberta ranges from about $2,500 to $20,000. The costs vary depending on the size, type, brand, level of customization and selected features and difficulty in installation.
Features that affect cost of walk-in tubs in Alberta
Just like any other product, walk-in tubs vary in cost. Do you want a tub with all the features and benefits or just the econo model? Here are some Features & Benefits that affect the cost of a walk-in tub in Regina.
|Walk-in Tub Model Features||Walk-in Tub Benefits|
|Heated Water Jets||Rejuvenating Massage|
|Chromatherapy||Self-Healing Light Therapy|
|Heated Seat||Keeps You Warm As The Tub Fills|
|Micro Bubbles||Natural Cleansing Properties|
|Aromatherapy||Holistic Healing Treatment|
|Grab Bars||Improves Accessibility & Safety|
|High Flow Taps||Fills Tub Faster|
|Quick Drainage Time||Drain Tub Faster|
|Manufacturing Materials||Quality Construction|
Factors that affect the cost of Installing a walk-in tub.
|Factors Affecting Cost||Related Issues|
|Accessibility||Difficulty in getting the tub into your home.|
|Ease of Installation||
>Electrical & plumbing hook ups
|Model Choice||Different models have different Installation challenges|
Walk-in Tub Positioning in bathroom
|Bathtub Removal||Work Involved In removing the old Tub|
|Condo Rules||Working with condominium restrictions|
Are There Health Benefits to Walk-in Tubs?
Yes, there are actually many health benefits, here are just a few!
- Improved Mobility
- Improved Circulation
- Decreased Pain
- Helps Relieve Stress & Anxiety
- Increases Oxygen Delivery
- Lowers Blood Sugar Levels
- Promotes Sleep
- Soothes Skin Conditions
- Promotes Heart Health
Are walk-in tubs covered by Medicare?
Medicare doesn’t consider walk-in bathtubs to be durable medical equipment (DME) and will not cover the cost of the tub or installation except in a few extreme cases where a person is totally disabled. For details see Saskatchewan Health Benefits.
Are walk-in tubs tax deductible?
No, walk-in tubs are not tax deductible in Saskatchewan. You can however get a break on the PST. You only have to pay PST on the labour component.There are other tax credits you can apply for depending on certain situations. You will need to check out these details yourself.
Consumers Guide to Purchasing a Walk-in Tub in Alberta
Things you need to consider when looking to purchase a walk-in tub in Calgary, Edmonton or anywhere else in Alberta.
Step1. Understand that all walk-in tubs are not equal.Do your homework.
Step 2. Establish what you can afford to spend and stick to it.
Step 3. Use a Canadian supplier wherever possible.
Step 4. Purchase & Instal the tub with the same company.
Step 5. Compare Warranties
Step 6. Check to see if the company carries insurance.
Step 7. Get everything in writing.
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