When someone is handicapped and needs some extra help, it is helpful for them if they can find handicap bars that have been installed in different places to assist them. These bars are frequently found in restrooms and along walkways in public places, but people can also have them installed in their homes to ensure safety while moving around the house.
Handicap Bars for Bathrooms. Having a handicap bar in the house will allow someone to grab onto the bar to prevent a fall. One of the most common places for these bars is the bathroom, where the floor is often slippery. Buy handicap bathroom bars for yourself, friends and loved ones.
They can also be installed in showers and prevent many falls, giving people something to grab onto while climbing in and out. A wet environment is a dangerous place for anyone who has trouble stabilizing their lower limbs. These shower grab bars are capable of supporting weights upwards of 250lbs to 300lbs.
Particularly effective for the shower environment are angle grab bars that can be horizontal, vertical and diagonal at the same time. You can find them with 90 degree right angles or greater than 90 degrees with obtuse angles. They are very convenient for someone who needs grab bars at various angles.
Entering and exiting the curb of a bathtub used to require unsteady lifting of one leg and using anything else as a stabilizer. For many reasons, this proved to be quite dangerous and it was only a matter of time before slips and falls occurred. Handicap bars in bathtubs has changed that whole process. By equipping bathtub grab bars on the side or alongside the walls of the bathtubs, one can use that as a stabling device and safety enter and exit a tub.
A lot of people install handicap bars on the edges and sides of a toilet for extra assistance. They help when someone needs to sit down and when they need a toilet bar to get off the toilet seat. They are also known as toilet safety rails or toilet side rails and are a necessity for the elderly and disabled.
-Chrome Bathroom Grab Bar – Provides support and capable of supporting 250 lbs.
-Stainless Steel Grab Bar – This is a heavy duty grab bar capable of supporting 500 lbs.
-Long Suction Bathroom Safety Grab Bar – Long handle suction grab bar that measures 17 inches long.
-Bathroom Grab Poles – This pole mounts to the ceiling and floor and can be placed in the middle of the bathroom if necessary. Check out more selections of grab poles.