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Grab Bars Installation Cape Cod

We have Bathroom Safety grab bars is all sizes and designer styles for your tub, shower and toilet area with a Slip-Resistant - Peened Texture, concealed Screws and anti mold sealent. Grab bars, also known as grab rails, are one of the most important components in any home safety plan and are especially critical for bathrooms to help prevent serious falls and injuries.

As a Certified Aging in Place Specialist, we're sharing everything you need to know about installing grab bars within your home, including what grab bars are used for and who they're for.

With dozens of different types and styles of grab bars to choose from.  We even show  you how to properly use them!

Grab Bars - What Are They, and Who Are They For?

Grab bars are designed to provide added support and stability when standing or transitioning from one place to another, such as getting in and out of the bathtub, using the toilet, or steadying yourself at the bathroom vanity. 


They offer an added level of security as something to grip and hold onto which is especially important in bathroom spaces where surfaces might be wet and the risk of falling becomes more likely. They're especially helpful for anyone with mobility issues and are perfect for seniors experiencing muscle fatigue, weakness, balance difficulties, or other challenges that may benefit from added support and security. Grab rails provide confidence and offer independence and diginity to keep you safe and moving. 


Grab Bars on Cape Cod - Understanding Grab Bar Types

Grab bars and grab rails come in several different types to fit your home safety needs and concerns. Our certified specialist will assist you with the best place to install grab bars.

One of the most common types of grab bars installed in homes is known as Straight Grab Bars. These grab bars are straight and come in a variety of lengths, and they can be installed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally based on the configuration of your bathtub, shower, toilet, steps and stairs or wherever you need extra stability and help.

A slight variation on the straight grab bar is known as a Wave Grab Bar which has a slight bend in the middle. Also known as a Curve Grab Bar, these are slightly more stylish than the traditional grab bar. Bathroom grab bars need no studs to install safely.

Another option of a grab bar is the Angled Grab Bar. These are helpful for users of different heights, standing, stepping up and down, and can be used as an alternative to a straight grab bar that is mounted diagonally.  

For maximizing functionality, there are also 2-in-1 Grab Bars which are grab bars that serve another function beyond stability. These grab bars are often double as toilet paper holders or towel racks and are sometimes offered in curved shapes to accommodate the dual functionality of being both a grab bar and a towel holder.

Offering grab bars installation in Cape Cod, including grab bars, grab rails, assist bars, PT rails, ADA-approved stair railings and hand railings for both interior and exterior spaces. Contact us today to learn more about how installing grab bars can help improve safety for the elderly and disabled, providing greater peace of mind at home. Grab Bars Installation Cape Cod | Grab Bars Cape Cod | Grab Bars for Bathtub | Bathroom Grab Bars for the Elderly | Grab Bars for Toilet

Grab Bars: Why You Need Them.
Safe and Secure  and provide Peace of Mind
for you AND your loved ones

In addition to providing peace of mind and added stability and security, grab bars are extremely effective in preventing falls. Fall prevention for seniors or anyone with mobility issues is paramount in ensuring optimal safety at home. 

For anyone wishing to Age in Place at home, grab bars offer additional protection when transitioning between sitting and standing, getting in and out of the shower or bathtub, and standing steady with added support. 

Installing grab bars in your home is a wonderfully effective way to increase your safety at home, and they can be installed anywhere you need extra support. 

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