New Bath Tub

My colleague who I have worked with for several years now noticed that I was in pain in the break room the other day. I saw her looking at me as if to decide whether or not to broach a topic with me. I was obviously curious and wanted to get to the bottom of it and so I asked her if she had anything on her mind.

She, of course, did and said she couldn’t help but overhear that I was struggling with muscle soreness. She said that she used to struggle with muscle soreness too until she got an easy step bath tub conversion for her bathroom. She said it completely changed her life and now she doesn’t have to worry about getting in and out of her bath.

I liked the sound of what she was saying and decided to look into it myself. I am the type of person that likes to know everything before making a decision and that includes what the bath tub will look like afterwards and how I will use it. I also want to compare various important logistical information, including a standard versus premium bathtub remodel cost. Sydney isn’t a cheap place to live so I have to make sure that I can afford any modifications I make to my home. No matter how big or small. 

After doing copious amounts of research, I decided to go ahead with getting a bath tub conversion. I have the technicians booked in for next week and I’m really excited about what is to come. My colleague said I’ll feel a lot safer in my bathroom at home and I won’t need to exert too much energy to do every day tasks in my bathroom. I’m happy about that.

Anyway, I’m off to my daughter’s house now to babysit the grandkids. I can’t wait to spend some quality time with them this evening!