posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 10:54 PM
I put quite a few of them in for people. You actually need to get them into the area and talk to them about them. Have one handy and ask her how she
would like to have it, holding it in different places so she can get the feel of how it will work. It isn't easy figuring the best place to put them.
I already put grab bars in our house in different locations, putting a grab bar on instead of a towel bar means you can still hang towels on it.
Dual purpose. The ones by the toilets are the hardest ones to get placed sometimes. They have things that stradle the toilet if the toilet is far
from the wall.
I bought five grab bars brand new at a garage sale for twenty bucks total one day a few years ago, one was thirty two inches long, others were varying
lengths. I put a couple in older friends houses, I didn't even charge them for putting them in or for the grab bars. They are quite expensive, there
was over two hundred bucks of grab bars in those five I got from the garage sale.