Central Arizona Supply has quickly become the source for products catering to disabled people, but also for people who are looking to make their homes more easily accessible in the kitchen and bath. It can be as simple as finding one of dozens of toilets that we stock that are a few inches taller or a shower pan that has no step to get into. In our showrooms we are continuing to show more lines that feature products that assist in making senior lives more effortless without compromising style.
Come in so we can show you that Senior living and A.D.A. products do not have to be ugly anymore! You can have it all! The following are a few examples of what we carry to show you that these products can be fabulous!
These have quickly become popular, but many companies only have one or two options. We carry 3 lines of walk in tubs, showcasing over 25 different types of accessible tubs. Here are just a few choices that have been popular.
One of the easiest things to bring into a bathroom to make it easier to use and more safe are grab bars. At the same time, these can be the most unsightly of additions. We carry Grab bars that can match the finishes of your faucets or to match your bathrooms ultimate style.
Cabinets and sinks
In the past few years there have been so many great options in this area from porcelain to glass to bathroom cabinets. Take a look at these ideas for making your bathroom wheel chair friendly as well as stylish.
This is another growing category working to make things easier to operate in the kitchen or bath. These products help to make kitchens and baths more Senior friendly and A.D.A. compliant, but they also make life easier. From touch sensor kitchen faucets to lavatory faucets with a pull out spray or a touch sensor that will hook to any faucet to make it turn on with the touch of a button.
In this category we have shower pans that have zero step in them so there is nothing to trip on or get over to get in your shower. This is also an area that you can have a handshower to help reach everywhere or steam to help your joints and muscles. The shower can be a great place to relax.
Why is every toilet so short? Toilets for some reason are not even the height of a chair. Now with the help of our toilet manufacturers almost every toilet we sell now is taller to accommodate seniors, ADA or just people who don’t want to have to sit so far down. They are no longer called ADA toilets, they have been renamed Universal height to accommodate all people. We literally stock over 100 Universal height toilets, here are a couple of our favorites.