If you’re wondering what an ADA tub is, you’re not alone. ADA stands for American Disability Act, and a tub that meets ADA requirements is designed to be more accessible for people with disabilities. One of these tubs typically has a wider opening than a traditional bathtub, making it easier for someone in a wheelchair to get in and out. They are also often deeper than traditional tubs, which can provide more comfort and support for those who need it.
TubToday’s line of walk-in ADA compliant tubs offer a variety of other features to increase comfort as well, such as massage jets, chromatherapy, and heated seats. Some of the benefits of our tubs include:
- Improved circulation
- Pain relief in the joins and muscles
- Reduced stress and anxiety
- Improved sleep quality
If you’re considering installing an ADA tub in your home, be sure to consult with a professional to make sure you choose the right model for your needs. These tubs can make a big difference in the lives of those with disabilities, and they’re an important part of making your home more accessible for everyone. Thanks for reading!
If you have any questions about ADA tubs, or if you’re looking for more information on home accessibility, please feel free to contact the Accessibility Team at TubToday. Serving Chicago & Surrounding Areas.