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Can Grab Bars be Decorative?

Yes, absolutely! Grab bars can be both functional and decorative, offering style and safety at the same time. Gone are the days of plain, clinical-looking grab bars! Today, you will find a wide variety of grab bar styles and finishes that match all types of bathroom decor and aesthetics. How can grab bars enhance a […]

Feb 21, 2024

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Are There Placement Differences for Shower Grab Bars Based on the User’s Height?

Yes! Height is certainly taken into consideration when installing shower grab bars; however, it isn’t the only factor to consider for shower grab bar placement! What are general placement guidelines for shower grab bars? Horizontal shower grab bars: These are typically placed between 33 and 36 inches above the finished floor. This range accommodates most […]

Feb 19, 2024

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What are Polished Grab Bars?

Polished grab bars are the shiniest grab bar finish on the market! Recognized by their illuminating high shine and mirror-like surface, these grab bars are commonly found in high-end commercial settings as they give off a sense of elegance and sophistication. See our full Q&A about polished stainless steel grab bars below. What material are […]

Feb 15, 2024

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What are Brushed Brass Grab Bars?

Brushed brass grab bars have a striking gold color with a low-reflective satin finish that automatically provides a sense of luxury without being too flashy. Brushed brass grab bars have all the same benefits of standard stainless steel grab bars, yet they also make a trendy designer statement and can turn any bathroom into an […]

Jan 26, 2024

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What are Oil Rubbed Bronze Grab Bars?

Oil rubbed bronze grab bars have a deep color mix of chocolate and espresso tones with flecks of rich gold that provide a sense of upscale elegance to any bathroom! This finish continues to rank as one of the most popular luxury grab bar finishes on the market. See our full Q&A about oil rubbed […]

Jan 25, 2024

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