Discounts and Promotions
Giving back to you!
At Bentley Baths we love our customers. We love them so much that we are constantly finding ways to give a little back whether it’s in the form of a promotion, or a discount for simply scheduling a FREE in-home expert consultation. No matter the reason, you’ll want to schedule a consultation with one of our experts so you can make an informed decision about your purchase and learn about state and federal government incentives. After meeting with one of our experts you will be comforted by the fact that our experts have evaluated your needs and your location to ensure you are getting the best bang for your buck and the best Bentley Baths Bathtub to meet your needs.
Spend a couple of minutes and complete the short form to the left to start your evaluation process and to schedule your no-obligation in-home consultation with one of our friendly experts.
Remember that Bentley Baths has an excellent finance program with monthly payments as little as $100. Contact one of our local experts for more information and to assist you with the qualification process. *On approved credit. Limited time only.
Please fill out the form below to start your evaluation process and to schedule your no-obligation in-home consultation with one of our friendly experts.
All offers based on buyer qualifications and are not guaranteed. To qualify for Medicaid, an individual must apply and meet requirements in their state. All Medicaid and tax incentive claims and offers are based on meeting qualification requirements and vary by state.
It’s as simple as filling out the form above to apply for savings up to $14,000 from Medicaid on a new walk-in tub*
For a limited time, Medicaid will pay up to $14,000 towards your new safety walk-in tub. Additionally, state tax incentives offer an additional $5000 savings! Deal directly with the owner George Bentley and learn more about the state and government assistance. We will make sure you get the best pricing and help determine program eligibility toward purchasing any of our world-class walk-in tub products.
*All offers based on buyer qualifications and are not guaranteed. To qualify for Medicaid, an individual must apply and meet requirements in their state. All Medicaid and tax incentive claims and offers are based on meeting qualification requirements and vary by state.
Bentley Wellness Technologies, through its subsidiaries Bentley Baths and inPower Home Solutions, provide modifications throughout the home to help veterans achieve safety, autonomy, and all-natural relief from pain.
The Bentley family is very grateful for all of our nation’s veterans. If we can help you or a loved one with a home modification, we’d like to offer you your choice of a FREE Medical Hydrotherapy® tub upgrade or 10% off your entire home modification project.
Home Improvement and Structural Alteration – HISA Grant
Specially Adapted Housing – SAH Grant
Special Home Adaptation – SHA Grant
Veterans should be aware that there is also assistance for veterans in the form of Veterans-Directed Home and Community Based Services and the Aid and Attendance Program.
Both of these programs are for Veterans who need personal care services and help with activities of daily living to continue to maintain their independent living situations. If eligible for programs such as these, veterans will have the freedom to manage their own budget and access to the goods and services that best meet their needs, and workers to help support them in their independence.
Learn more by visiting the links above or by contacting our Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, George Bentley.
The Veterans’ Administration provides 3 types of grants for veterans to enable them to make home modifications to accommodate for disabilities connected to their military service or for disabilities resulting from aging. These are the Home Improvement and Structural Alteration or HISA Grant, the Specially Adapted Housing or SAH Grant, and the Special Home Adaptation or SHA Grant. Of these 3 grants, the HISA Grant is the most appropriate for the elderly because the grant is not limited to those individuals with service-connected disabilities.