Walk In Bathtubs FAQ in Gastonia, North Carolina
Do you have questions about purchasing a walk-in bathtub in Gastonia or a walk in shower? We get phone calls each day from folks who want to purchase a walk in bathtub in Gastonia but just don't know where to start. Because walk in tubs aren't as popular as standard tubs, and because showrooms aren't readily available in Gastonia, walk-in tub fact-finding can be overwhelming. The best place to search for walk in bathtub and walk in shower information is online or over the phone. For more information on Independent Home Products, LLC's walk in bathtubs, installed in all of North Carolina, simply call (888) 363-9382.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about our Custom Walk In Tubs & Showers:
What size walk in bathtub do I need? Unless you require a walk in tub to fit a full-figured person or have a smaller than normal space in which to install a walk in (but don't worry, we have a solution for that, too), you will be able to find an Independent Home Products, LLC walk in bathtub that will fit your space. Our Gastonia walk in bathtubs fit into any standard sized tub opening. The most popular choice that we offer is 30" x 52". It is designed to fit a standard bathtub/shower stall. This model comes in standard and wheelchair accessible models, and some of our units are also Hoyer-lift capable.
Do you install larger sized walk in bathtubs in Gastonia? Independent Home Products, LLC can accommodate full figured people with our 33" x 44" large walk-in-tub for Gastonia residents. It is designed for folks who weigh over 300lbs. With this large sized tub, there is a greater space requirement in your bathroom and you might need to upgrade your hot water tank to accommodate the additional size of the tub.
What if I'm not sure what type of walk in tub I need? Not a problem! Independent Home Products, LLC provides free, in-home consultations for walk in tub installations in North Carolina. Call (888) 363-9382 to schedule a convenient time to meet with a Gastonia walk in shower and walk in bathtub installer. We'll take a look at your bathroom and get all necessary measurements. You will be shown options for walk in tubs that will work within your existing space.
What is the difference between standard and wheelchair accessible walk in bathtubs? The difference comes down to the door. Our wheelchair accessible walk in tubs have an outward swinging door, which makes transfers from a wheelchair to the bath bench much easier and safer. Keep in mind, more space will be required for this model than for the standard inward swinging door.
What other features are available on your Gastonia walk in bathtubs? Independent Home Products, LLC tubs come with a variety of features for function and comfort. Just a few of the available options include:
- Heated seat
- Whirlpool & air jets
- Chromotherapy lighting
- LCD control panel
- Designer faucet set
- Low threshold step in
- Extendable shower head
- Safety grab bars
- FM speaker and radio
Why should I choose Independent Home Products, LLC's walk in tubs? There are many reasons why Independent Home Products, LLC installs the best walk-in bathtub installer in Gastonia. All of our tubs are factory tested to ensure they are built to last and have an airtight door seal. All of our walk in tubs and showers are manufactured right here in the United States in our Long Island, NY facility, and then delivered to you for installation. What's more, our customers love them! We have 103 ( and counting) customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.7 of 5 stars. Call (888) 363-9382 today and experience our superior customer service, attentive staff and quality Gastonia walk in bathtub installation crews.
Independent Home Products, LLC installs superior walk in bathtubs in all of North Carolina. Call (888) 363-9382 for a free consultation.
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WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:
★★★★★ - "The installers arrived quite early and took care of things. They were very good and polite. The installation was fine. I like the tub a lot."
S. of N.C., Walk In Bathtub Installation2020-11-20
★★★★☆ - "kinda like Independent Home's style of tubs and it was a good choice for us. But if I would do it again, I would say no. It's overpriced. The price was right at $12,000. Also, you have to get into the tub and turn the water on so you're sitting there naked and getting chilled. Older people like myself are cold most of the time. You are sitting in an empty tub waiting for the hot water to show up. You also have to do the same thing when you get out. You have to wait for all the water to drain. I could have come up with something a little bit better like having the door a little bit higher.
We also don't have plenty of hot water and we had to turn our hot water up. It'd be really hot coming in because then you run out of hot water. So we turned our tank up and that stopped that. But I love the tub itself. The two guys that came out and put it in were wonderful. They explained how the tub worked. They did a nice job. They busted up my old tub when they took it out 'cause they couldn't get it through the door but they did a really swell job and cleaned up after themselves."
Georgia, Walk In Tubs2020-11-18
★★★★★ - "I lost my leg a couple of years ago and we needed to get a tub that was stable enough for me to get in and out of with one leg because I might lose the other one too. So I started looking on Facebook and we called Safe Step but they wanted quite a bit of money. And Medicare really doesn't help people like me that have prosthetics. So, we couldn't afford them. I started looking more and I set up an appointment with Independent Home. Their sales rep came out and was telling me what the price would be. His name was Patrick and he was very nice and very informative. He told us to call him if we had questions or anything. We've called him several times and he called us right back. I also liked the way he presented the tub and how he was so professional. He was very helpful to us because we did have questions, so we really enjoyed meeting him.
Aside from that, there's a lifetime warranty on the tub. Plus, we knew we'd be moving and when I asked him what was going to happen with my tub if I have to move, he said they will move it for free and reinstall it wherever I go. So because of that and the price, we went with them. Their rep came out with the paperwork while they were installing the tub. My husband and I filled all that out, and they weren't pressuring us about this or that as far as price. And they worked with us really well about getting the old tub out and getting the new one in. So, it was a good experience all around. So far, everybody wants to come in and see my tub and I've recommended it to five people who have all been at my house. One of our friends also wants to come and see it. She's at the beach right now but I have told her all about it and I gave her Patrick's number. When she gets back, she intends on calling him."
Susie, Walk In Tubs in Colfax, NC2020-10-26
★★★★★ - "They placed a few grab bars in my bathroom and raised my toilet so it is ADA compliant. The walk in tub is perfect, but I was really impressed with the fact that they made my entire bathroom safer. Good company that has the best interest of the homeowner at top of mind. Thank you so much!"
Nina in Charlotte, NC2015-05-22
★★★★★ - "We chose the Access walk in tub since it's wheelchair accessible and I am bound to a wheelchair. The other national companies only offered tubs with an inward swinging door without side access."
Mary in Durahm NC2015-05-22
★★★★★ - "The sales rep was very informative and not pushy. After meeting with 2 other companies, it was clear that Independent Home walk in tubs was the best choice. Thanks."
Mark in Greensboro, NC2015-05-22
"It has been a life saver for my ever since I slipped and fell in my old bathroom. Marie was concerned for me and wanted the peace of mind knowing I could leave the house and not worry about John using the bathtub."
Marie and John Crump in NC