Walk-in Shower Benefits

Independence, Safety, and Investment


Walk-in, barrier-free showers are becoming more and more popular. Most people prefer to stay in their home as long as possible even as they experience decreased mobility. Rather than leave their property behind, many people instead choose to begin making changes to ensure their comfort at home.

The benefits of a walk-in shower:

  1. You don't have to move from the home you love. This is a huge benefit, because many senior citizens want to stay put as long as feasible.

  2. Increased safety. There is nothing worse than having to navigate a home, day in and day out, that has safety concerns. This is particularly true in areas where water and hard surfaces are present, such as bathrooms. With a barrier-free, walk-in shower, there is no big step into and out of the tub basin. Instead, it is easy to move around safely.

  3. Increase the value of your home. This may not be the first thing on your mind, but there is nothing wrong with increasing your property value while doing the best for yourself. If you do decide to sell your home in the future, having an updated shower can be a significant factor benefiting resale value.


  • With over 4.6 million falls in bathrooms every year, a walk-in shower is simply the smart choice.
  • Family members feel more comfortable knowing that their loved ones are enjoying safety, independence and a better quality of life.
  • You can stay out of a nursing home with the added safety of a walk-in shower designed especially for seniors, saving you and your family nearly $4000 every month.

Call now toll-free 1.888.398.5898 or fill out the short form at the top of this page to learn more about the benefits of a Bliss barrier-free walk-in shower.

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