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Grab Bar Installations

Our Grab Bar Installers can provide you with a complete safety check of your home areas.

Shower Grab Bar Installation Service

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At Atlantic Healthcare Products, we believe the service we provide has been the cornerstone of our success. Our factory-trained durable medical equipment repair technicians can repair and maintain equipment for our customers,  senior living facilities, and other health care facilities throughout Palm Beach County. Our team of Repair Service Technicians undergoes hours of training at our certified repair center to ensure we can service almost all types of home medical equipment from practically every manufacturer.

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Atlantic Healthcare Products has specialized in bathroom shower grab bar installation for showers, bathtubs, and toilets in homes and businesses for over 20 years in Palm Beach County, Florida. 

Our Grab Bar Installers can provide you with a complete safety check of your home areas. An in-home assessment service gives our team a clear insight into areas that may be at a higher risk of falls as you age or are taking care of a loved one with a disability at home.

Grab bar installation provides mobility, disabilities, neurological disorders, and aging seniors the freedom to use the shower/tub in a safe capacity. Atlantic Healthcare Products & Medical Supply not only sell and install grab bars; we also provide in-home safety assessments to make aging in place a safer environment.

Safety Starts In The Bathroom

More falls occur in bathrooms than in any other room in the home; there are more emergency calls for falls in the bathrooms than all emergency calls combined. The surfaces are slippery when wet or steamy; there is more turning in the bathroom’s small space, creating a high chance of falls. It is most likely catastrophic if you fall since hard ceramic surfaces, jagged edges, and smaller areas. That’s why safety in the bathroom is of the utmost importance.

Grab bars are safety devices designed to enable a person to maintain balance, lessen fatigue while standing, hold some of their weight while maneuvering or have something to grab onto in case of a slip or fall. A caregiver may use a grab bar to assist with transferring a patient from one place to another.

 

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How does it work?

We recommend having grab bars installed by the professionals at Atlantic Healthcare Products.  Contact us 888-966-4272, complete the online form, or visit our retail showrooms to schedule an appointment to have our installer guide your selection in choosing the right bar and the correct placement. Please visit our eCommerce  https://shop.atlantichp.com/shop-categories/bath-safety/grab-bars/ to purchase your grab bars and pay for the installation in Palm Beach County, Florida.

We provide specialty shower grab bar installation, as well as in-home assessments. Our licensed and insured installation specialists can consult with you to determine the best tub shower grab bar placement that will fit your safety and design needs.

The purpose of a grab bar is for safety in and around the bathroom. Gab bars come in many different lengths, and there are many styles. However, our focus is on types that have a grip when needing to hold on. Grab bars are not only installed for older adults who are lightheaded anymore, but for handicap, young children, and injured persons as well.

 

Can I purchase grab bars from you?

Yes, you may purchase your grab and pay for the installation online at Atlantic Healthcare Products

Times have changed. Today, you’ll find grab bars in fancy private homes and hotels. And you’ll swear that no two look the same. Some are straight, while others are curvy. Some attach to the wall at both ends. You can move others out of the way when you’re done with them. And grab bars now come in enough colors to satisfy every decorator.

There are different types of bathroom grab bars based on their functions, structure, and installation, and the sizes range from 12 inches to 30 inches.

Please choose from our large selection of sizes and finishes, including chrome, brass, and stainless steel. We professionally install customized grab bars in your shower, toilet, and tub. Grab bars can be installed on various surfaces such as tile, marble, or on a wall stud. The most effective grab bars are diamond cut and knurled for safety, so soap scum does not stick on the safety bar.

Our Installation Specialists have experience with seniors, mobility issues, and home safety. They are highly qualified and can help you choose and securely install a grab bar practically anywhere in your home or business, even when no stud is present.

 

Are suction grab bars Safe?

Installation is pretty straightforward, requiring little more than a drill and some common sense. But like many safety devices, grab bars can be dangerous if installed improperly — or, worse yet, not installed at all.

 

How can I schedule installation?

Contact Atlantic Healthcare Products to discuss your grab bar purchase options and installation: Monday – Friday from 9AM – 5PM

Boynton Beach +1.561.733.2331

West Palm Beach +1.561.964.6767

Service Center +1.561.408.0900

 

Will Medicare pay for grab bars?

Medicaid will pay for one grab bar per recipient, Medicare and most private insurance plans do not pay for grab bars. They are available through medical equipment suppliers, hardware stores, and wherever plumbing fixtures are sold.

 

Where should grab bars be placed?

Grab bars can be installed on the back wall and control wall of the shower stall. The ADA recommends that two bars be installed on the back wall, one 8 to 10 inches from the rim of the tub and the other parallel to it 33 to 36 inches from the base of the tub.

In toilets and showers, the tops of horizontal grab bars need to be 33 to 36 inches from the floor. In a transfer shower, the bottom of the vertical bar must be 3 to 6 inches above the horizontal bar on that wall. The problem is that installers often aim for one edge of the range, and end up a bit high or low.

Safety Starts In The Bathroom

More falls occur in bathrooms than in any other room in the home; more emergency calls for falls in the bathrooms than all emergency calls combined. The surfaces are slippery when wet or steamy; there is more turning in the bathroom’s small space, creating a high chance of falls. A slip or fall in the bathroom can be life-threatening if you fall since hard ceramic surfaces, jagged edges, and smaller areas. That’s why safety in the bathroom is of the utmost importance.

Grab bars are safety devices designed to enable a person to maintain balance, lessen fatigue while standing, hold some of their weight while maneuvering or have something to grab onto in case of a slip or fall. For example, a caregiver may use a grab bar to assist with transferring a patient from one place to another.

 

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