For many seniors and boomers approaching the glory days, the desire to stay in their homes and age gracefully and comfortably is a primary concern. That is why many upgrade to smart homes.
Most recently Smart homes are a great way to save energy and can save money as well. In this Senior Affair article, we did some research and found some simple ways to improve your home and quality of life.
Access to your bathroom and the ability to bath yourself and use the toilet may sound trivial but become struggles as we get older.
Remodeling a bathroom and shower can be a significant investment; it immediately makes your home more enjoyable, and over the long term, will raise your home’s value by thousands of dollars.
When we think about remodeling, we imagine a time-consuming or costly event, but there are many small, low-cost smart home projects you can tackle over time to make a huge impact.
Were you thinking about upgrading a bathroom? Here are a few projects you can consider.
Walk-in tubs offer the benefit of having easy access in and out of the tub; if you have mobility issues currently, this retrofit could be the item that keeps you aging at home. You can also get these walk-in tubs with hydrotherapy options, including smart home jacuzzi jets, relaxing music, sounds, and lights.
Also, adding therapeutic options like built-in storage or seating has become functional and practical.