Whether you are aging, handicapped, suffer from arthritis or back problems, or feel unsteady in the shower; a fixed shower grab bar is the answer. Statistically, the bathroom in your home can be a dangerous place. Common sense suggests we minimize that risk somehow. Installing grab bars can accomplish just that. The CDC agrees, they have made grab bar installation a part of their fall prevention program. A program designed to protect people’s health and their capacity to live independently. According to a CDC cited statistic, “On average, the hospitalization cost for a fall injury is $17,500. Most grab bar installations cost less than 2% of that figure. That is a whopping 5800% return on your money should you avoid an accident. That does not even consider the value gained by preserving your ability to live independently or the pain and discomfort side stepped by taking action. Why not invest in yourself, and preserve the peace of mind of those that care for you. Take proactive action now. It’s easy.
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