27 Feb Home Safety Improvements for Spring
With spring and warm weather right around the corner, we here at Patient Safety USA feel there’s no better time for home improvement. While our patient safety products are highly popular in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living, and other healthcare facilities, there’s no reason our disabled clients shouldn’t enjoy them right at home. Whether you’re looking to improve existing spaces or implement new handicapped facilities at home, Patient Safety USA has what you need. From products to installation advice, we’re ready to help you make the most of your home!
At Patient Safety USA, we specialize in bathroom fixtures for handicapped users. Our vast selection of shower chairs and wheelchair sinks—in either fixed or adjustable options—is sure to impress. Adjustable products are available in both manual and electric lifts, allowing you to choose the product that works best for you and your budget. We’ll help you build the perfect bathroom for your needs, supplying everything you’ll need to mount these fixtures, including brackets, lifts, and hardware. Minor additions can make a huge difference too, so don’t forget our grab bars, arm rests, and other bath solutions. Have questions on designing a handicapped accessible bathroom? Check out this page for ideas on spacing, considerations, and more.
Springtime is also a great time to enjoy a newly refurbished kitchen. From slicing up fresh picked vegetables to preparing dinner for the grill, everyone wants to take part in kitchen activities in spring. If you’ve been looking to boost your handicapped kitchen’s potential, Patient Safety USA has the tools and expertise you need. Our height adjustable countertops are highly popular, and loaded with safety features including pressure sensitive stops that prevent crushing injuries. Don’t forget to check out this video for tips on installation of height adjustable countertops. If adding new countertops is not feasible, freestanding height adjustable tables make a great workstation, and can be fitted with a sink or stovetop surface.
We know making changes at home can be daunting, and that’s why we’re here to help. For those looking to brush up on architectural skills before setting out, we recommend the new AIA course on relocatable bathroom fixtures. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us with any questions on home facilities for disabled users. When you work with Patient Safety USA, you’ll have a qualified, knowledgeable team at your back, ready to support you each step of the way. With over thirty years of experience in the industry, you can count on Patient Safety USA to offer practical and economical advice.Back to all blog posts