In this blog I answer perhaps the most common question we receive at Bentley Baths every day – exactly how much does one of your walk-in bathtubs really cost?
The holidays are just around the corner, and with the turning of the calendar comes a lot of choices we all must make each and every year. One of those choices, for those who have HSA and/or FSA medical expense accounts, is whether to spend those dollars prior to the end of the year. While HSA (Health Savings Accounts) accounts can be rolled over from year-to-year, FSA (Flexible Savings Accounts) are only allowed to roll over $500 per year, with any amounts over that $500 lost forever unless they are spent prior to December 31. When you add this fact in with the idea that the majority of the expenses incurred by purchasing and installing most of the aging-in-place products we offer (including walk-in tubs) can be deducted from your income taxes, a compelling case can be made that now is the best time to move ahead with the purchase of a Bentley Baths Medical Hydrotherapy™ walk-in bath tub.
But you still may have questions about such a substantial purchase and I understand your hesitation. The fact is that the single most common question we receive at Bentley Baths is, “What exactly is the cost of one of your walk-in bath tubs?”
Our First Podcast: A New Direction
We’ve created a brand new podcast that we’ll be featuring every so often on the blog, and the following short audio file (also available as a video file), answering that exact question, is our first podcast attempt. Simply click on the audio file link to play or download, or click on the video file link to play it in your browser. And, as always, if you have any questions feel free to pick up the phone or send me an email.
For more information about this and all of our other products, please don’t hesitate to call us at 303-388-8887 or email me personally at George@BentleyBaths.com.
Stay tuned for the next installment of the Bentley Baths blog, in which I continue my prior discussion of cutting-edge techniques that are used to help rejuvenate both body and mind as we age.