Barrier Free Showers

Also known as curbless showers, are designed to provide accessibility and convenience to individuals with mobility challenges. Our showers have a beveled edge with a rubber water barrier that allows people with mobility devices such as wheelchairs and walkers to easily enter and exit the shower area. In addition to their accessibility benefits, barrier-free showers also offer a sleek and modern design that can enhance the aesthetic appeal of any bathroom. They can be customized with a variety of materials, including tile, stone, and acrylic, and can be designed in various shapes and sizes to fit any space. Another advantage of our showers is the fiberglass surround has no grout lines that are easy to clean and maintain, with a manufacturer's warranty of 30 years.

Curbed Showers

Bestbath curbed showers are a popular choice for those who want a barrier between the shower and the rest of the bathroom. These showers have a low threshold or curb, making it easier for people with mobility challenges to enter and exit the shower area safely. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and can be customized to fit any bathroom layout.

One of the advantages of Bestbath curbed showers is their durability and strength. They are made of high-quality, non-porous materials that resist mildew, mold, and stains, making them easy to clean and maintain. They also offer a wide range of accessories, such as grab bars and seating options, to increase safety and comfort.

Walk-In Tubs

Opt for a safer shower

Showering can be a stressful task when you have mobility issues. The good news is that Right Now Mobility in Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville and the surrounding areas has options that can make the process much simpler. We have curbed showers and barrier-free showers to accommodate different mobility needs.

Curbed showers are a popular choice for those who want a barrier between the shower and the rest of the bathroom. These showers have a low threshold or curb, making it easier for you to enter and exit the shower area safely. We also have barrier-free showers, which have a beveled edge with a rubber water barrier that allows people with mobility devices, such as wheelchairs and walkers, to enter and exit the shower area easily.

These showers are:

  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Accessible
  • Versatile
  • Durable

Some of our showers even come with a 30-year warranty. If you want to learn more about barrier-free showers or curbed showers, call Right Now Mobility in Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville and the surrounding areas today.

Therapeutic Walk-In Tubs

Right Now Mobility can help you select the right walk-in tub for your needs. We offer a full line of inward and outward swing doors from Ella's Bubbles that offer both Air and Water jets for your therapeutic needs. Ella's Bubbles is a leader in the Walk-In Tub industry with installers across the nation. We will work with you to find the tub that will fit in your bathroom and your budget. Soon you'll be relaxing in your new tub.

A Right Now Mobility Walk-In Tub Specialist will come out to your home measure for the tub and go over the options that will best suit your needs.

What Walk-In Tub Features do you want?

Walk-In Tubs we offer come in different sizes and features. With a visit from our Walk-In Tub Specialist, we'll work with you to find the Right Tub Now. We'll help determine if an inward or outward swing door will suite you needs best, which water jet options will give you the right therapy and if Aroma or Chromotherapy is right for you. Maybe you want a 2 person tub, we have it.

What changes need to be made for my new Walk-In Tub?

First and foremost your current bathtub or shower will need to be removed. Second the water lines will need to be modified to connect to your new Walk-In-Tub. If you choose a jetted tub you'll need a new electrical outlet installed for power. Then we'll be able to install your new tub and you'll be soaking soon. Depending on the size of your current hot water heater, a new one may need to be installed to ensure the water is warm enough for your needs.

What is my next step?

Contact us today by calling or filling out the contact form and we'll schedule a time convenient for you to have one of our knowledgeable Walk-in Tub Specialists come to your home for a free no-obligation quote.

Don't buy a Walk-in Tub twice, get the Right One the First Time from Right Now Mobility

Hydro Jets vs Air Jets

Our tubs can be equipped with Hydro Jets, Air Jets or both. Hydro Jets provide you with a deep massage therapy while the Air Jets give you a more gentle relaxing therapy. Each person will have to chose for themselves which Jets are right for them. If you feel as thought the powerful Hydro Jets are too much, the gentler Air Jets may be the right choice for you. If you prefer Air Jets and your spouse prefers the Hydro Jets, then buying a tub with both Jets will be the right choice.

The MicroBubble Jet can also be added to your new walk-in tub and is different from both the air and hydro jets as it produces billions of tiny oxygen rich bubbles, much more and much tinier than the air jet can produce. These tiny bubbles go a long way into warming, moisturizing, and exfoliating you skin. MicroBubble jets will make your bath feel silky smooth and the effects will last long after you're finished.

See the images below for the positioning of the different jets.

2" Dual Drain Technology for Fast and Reliable Drainage and Exit

With our Dual Drain Technology, Ella standard size walk-in tubs have an approximate drainage time of 80 seconds under ideal home plumbing conditions. We will check that the house drains are tested prior to any installation to assure your drains are not clogged and to avoid drainage issues down the road.

Ella Dual Drain Technology ensures that your walk-in tub will drain quickly, providing you with a fast and reliable exit out of your walk-in tub. Two independently operated stainless steel chrome finished 2" gravity driven drains, each equipped with an overflow and stainless steel chrome finish opener with an extended handle for an easy grip, work to drain your walk-in tub quickly and reliably. When the openers are turned, stainless steel cables connected to levers which the drains rest on open and close. Having two gravity driven 2" drains not only provides you with quick and reliable drainage, but also acts as a safety feature incase one drain fails or becomes clogged, allowing you to still safely drain and exit the walk-in tub. The drains can be connected using a PVC Tee or PCV Y connecter to the standard 1 ½" or 2" house drain. We recommend using 2" PVC to connect the drains for a quicker drainage time. Gravity driven drains are some of the most reliable on the market; requiring no electricity to operate. Whereas electrical driven drains may fail due to electrical shorts or power outages.

Walk-in Bathtub Safety Features

Along with comfort, walk-in tubs are designed to reduce the amount of injuries that occur in the bathroom. That's why many of our walk in bathtubs come with features such as grab bars, slip resistant floors, low thresholds, and thermostatic control valves. Grab bars are strategically placed where support is needed most. Depending on the design of the walk in bathtub, some have deck mounted grab bars and others have them mounted to the inside bathtub wall. Check out our comparison charts pages located on each product listing page to determine how many grab bars your preferred walk-in tub comes with. All of our walk in bathtubs have a textured slip resistant floor. This helps to prevent slips and falls when entering and exiting the walk-in tub. All of our walk in bathtubs vary in threshold height but most are lower than your average bathtub. This makes it easier to step into the walk in bathtub without falling, especially for those with mobility issues that have difficulty stepping over higher ledges. Our Low Threshold Model has our lowest threshold step clocking in at only 3.5''. Then there is the Thermostatic Control Valve that is exclusive only to the Ella Acrylic Inward Swing Door Walk in Bathtubs and the Ella Acrylic Outward Swing Door Walk In Bathtubs. The Thermostatic Control Valve (TCV) is a valve that regulates and mixes the intake of warm and cool water to create the perfect water temperature in your walk in bathtub. The TCV is a great tool for preventing the water from reaching unsafe, scalding temperatures. The default temperature it is set at is 100.4° but it can be adjusted to your preferred temperature. At Ella, safety and comfort are at the forefront of our minds and that's why our walk in bathtubs cater to minimizing bathtub related injuries.