The options available for independent living will amaze you – Let the experts at Handy Man show you the features and options that will make you fall in love with your home again!
As you grow older, you may notice that your bathroom does not grow with you. Simple tasks such as showering can become daunting. At Handy Man, we have the tools you need to update your bathroom to a functional space again. Some of the most common updates include installing products such as designer grab bars, an ADA (American Disability Act) compliant “comfort height” toilet, and a low threshold shower base. These simple changes can make a drastic difference in the safety of your home. We invite you to try out the fixtures in our showroom so that you can personally test the size and fit of the tub/shower/toilet you are interested in. You won’t find a better selection of fixtures to choose from than at Handy Man!
We will help you with any size project. We stock and display a variety of ADA-approved showers, toilets, and several models of walk-in tubs – all of which can help you stay in your own home longer as you age. Come in and take a look!
At Handy Man, we supply our customers with quality name brands with excellent track records. Bathing fixture brands like Moen, Delta, Sterling, Toto, and Onyx, to name a few, have supplied our store with reliable products that we are proud to provide to our customers. We constantly keep up with ADA products that we know our customers will want to see, such as walk-in tubs, comfort-height toilets, and low-threshold shower bases.
We are not a “Big-Box” store. When you visit Handy Man, you can usually park in the front row of our parking lot. We know it can be difficult to schedule time to look at new plumbing fixtures for your home. Handy Man is open seven days a week and we stay open late on weekdays for your convenience.
Our company was founded by our grandfather in 1946 and we have enjoyed helping customers ever since. The technology and the products have changed over the years, but in the end, it is still people helping people. Please give us an opportunity to serve you – we will surpass your expectations!
Things To Know Before You Buy
• Where do you need grab bars? We recommend at least one in the shower, one next to the shower, and one near the toilet. (For strong adhesion, note where the studs are in the walls.)
• Do you need a taller toilet? “Comfort Height” toilets are ADA compliant.
• Bathtubs and showers are the most dangerous places in a bathroom. Walk-in showers are the best for people with limited mobility.