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Find the Best Walk-in Tubs in Seattle, WA

Walk-in tubs are an excellent option for seniors or those with disabilities who want to live independently. A walk-in tub provides a safe bathing option with ADA-compliant components and potentially increases a home’s value. Our guide gives recommendations for the best walk-in tub companies in Seattle.

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    Top 11 Seattle Walk-in Bathtub Companies

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    Safe Step Walk-in Tubs
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    Sells walk-in tubs and showers. Offers anti-slip flooring, anti-scald technology and waterproof remote. Tubs have contoured, heated seats and backrests. Built-in towel bar. Made in the U.S.

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    American Standard Walk-in Baths
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    Sells walk-in air baths, deep soaking tubs, walk-in whirlpool tubs and combo massage tubs. Tubs have built-in grab bars, two-minute drain times, shower wands and slip-resistant textured floor.

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    Kohler Walk-In Bath
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    Offers walk-in tubs with three-inch step-in. Tubs have interior and exterior handles, hydrotherapy, air jets, fast-drain technology, heated surfaces and custom finishes. Designed and assembled in the U.S.

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    Independent Home
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    Offers eight models of walk-in tubs. Tubs are wheelchair-accessible with compact options, hydrotherapy options and massage systems. Includes lifetime warranty with full coverage. Sells walk-in showers.

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    Bath Planet
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    Choose models with the thickest acrylic material in the industry. Many model options, each with safety features like grab bars, non-slip floors and seat and ADA compliance. One day installation available.

    BOCA Walk-in Tubs
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    Sells walk-in tubs with 2-inch step-up. Anti-slip flooring and seating, ADA-compliant seat height and self-cleaning designs. Up to 18 air jets and 10 water jets. Bidet option. Quick drain. Left- and right-hand entry options.

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    Bliss Tubs Seattle Read Author Review

    Assembles tub systems with the best materials on the market and passes them through consumer safety tests. Provides permanently secured walk-in tub bodies with stainless steel frames.

    Cain’s Mobility Seattle Read Author Review

    Licensed and insured to install walk-in bathtubs in Washington. Helps those with limited mobility make their home safer and reduce the risk of falls. Sells other mobility solutions, including stairlifts.

    DaBella Seattle Read Author Review

    Sells bathwraps as well as walk-in bathtubs. Premier dealer of nonporous acrylic products. Uses trained and certified installers. Offers industry-leading warranty options.

    Pacific Bath Company Read Author Review

    Offers promotional offers, including free upgrades or a percentage off entire projects. Provides many customizable walk-in bathtub options. Gives free consultations to allow consumers to learn more and to get pricing information.

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    Offers free in-home design consultation. Allows buyers to use the company’s installers or hire an independent contractor. Provides different options for jets and massage systems.

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      Many Seattle seniors and residents with disabilities should consider a walk-in tub. Around 1 in 4 seniors fall each year, and these falls often occur in the bathroom. Walk-in bathtubs have grips, handles and high seats that make it easy to get in and out of the tub, which makes bathing or showering safer.

      Cost of walk-in tubs in Seattle

      There are many reasons why some walk-in tubs cost more than others, most of which concern additional features included with different variations.

      • Soaker walk-in tubs include features like a leakproof door and low-entry step-up. The typical cost for these units is around $2,000 to $5,000.
      • Aerotherapy walk-in tubs come with air jets to circulate water, which gives you a therapeutic massage while bathing. Look to pay roughly $5,000 to $7,000 for a unit.
      • A bariatric tub uses an oversized design, which makes it more comfortable for larger Seattle residents. These tubs typically cost between $10,000 and $20,000.

      Other factors that go into the price of the tub are installation costs and added features like massage systems and customizable sizes. Take the time to learn about financing offers and discounts offered by walk-in tub companies in Seattle. Investing in a walk-in bathtub is a smart decision considering that the average cost of assisted living facilities is around $5,250 a month.

      Seattle permits required to install a walk-in tub

      Seattle requires homeowners to obtain a plumbing permit before installing, relocating or changing a plumbing system in King County. To get the permit, you must know your Tax ID number found on your tax records. The plumbing permit expires one year from the date purchased, and renewals cost $50 or half of the original permit fee (whichever is less). You or the contractor must post the permit at the job site before starting to install, relocate or change a plumbing system.

      After you complete the work, county employees must make a final inspection — call the offices directly for specific information. If you decide to hire a walk-in bathtub company to do the install, you should ask if its employees handle the permits or if you are required to obtain them yourself. If you decide to hire an independent plumber or contractor to do the work, visit the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries to ensure the company is licensed and adequately insured.

      Seattle walk-in tub FAQ

      Are walk-in tubs tax deductible?
      If purchased for a medical safety reason, walk-in tubs can be listed as a tax deduction for a medical expense. Caregivers who pay for a tub can write it off under the Dependent Care Tax Credit.
      What do walk-in tub warranties cover in Washington?
      Most companies typically provide a 10-year warranty for the bathtub itself, a five-year warranty for the components of the bath and a lifetime warranty on the walk-in tub’s seal. These warranties vary by company, so make sure you understand what yours covers.
      What is the cost of walk-in tub installation in Seattle?
      Installation cost varies by company. Many companies add the cost of installation into the total price of the tub, but some companies list it as an added fee. Expect to pay between $750 and $3,000 for installation. Removing the existing tub may also be an additional expense.

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        Seattle walk-in tub company information

        DaBella Seattle

        DaBella is a leader in bathroom reconstruction. The company guarantees the work of its trained and certified installers. The company’s products come in a variety of styles and colors. DaBella uses a nonporous acrylic that is easy to clean and reduces the chance of mold or mildew growth.

        • Address: 19115 68th Ave. S., Ste. H-108, Kent, WA 98032
        • Phone: (844) 322-3552
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: dabella.us
        Seattle Walk-in Bathtubs

        Seattle Walk-In Bathtubs is locally owned, licensed, bonded and insured. The company offers free in-home design consultations. It offers three different models with different features and massage systems. Pricing starts at $2,995.

        • Address: Serves Seattle residents
        • Phone: (206) 623-1925
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: seattlewalkinbathtubs.com
        Cain’s Mobility Seattle

        Cain’s Mobility installs stairlifts and walk-in bathtubs that help seniors and people with disabilities make their homes safer. The company is licensed and bonded, and it has decades of experience. Cain’s Mobility provides expert advice on the best walk-in bathtub model for each home.

        • Address: 111 W. John St., Ste. 301, Seattle, WA 98119
        • Phone: (234) 203-0202
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: washington.cainsmobility.com
        Pacific Bath Company

        Pacific Bath Company sells Kohler walk-in bathtubs that help those with limited mobility reduce their risk of falling in the bathroom. All of its bathtubs have a 3-inch step-in, soothing hydrotherapy options and air jets to ease sore muscles. The convenient grab bars and handrails make it easy to get in and out of the tub.

        • Address: 12620 Interurban Ave. S., Ste. 150, Tukwila, WA 98168
        • Phone: (425) 382-7032
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: pacificbath.com
        Bliss Tubs Seattle

        Bliss Tubs’ products are made of marine-grade fiberglass and coated with a triple gelcoat finish. Each model comes with integrated safety bars, nonslip flooring, grip handles, watertight doors, high seats and a top of the line drain system. The company offers luxury features for customizing a walk-in bathtub, including air massage options and bath pillows.

        • Address: Serves Seattle residents
        • Phone: (800) 398-4898
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: blisstubs.com
        by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

        Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.