Discover your home's full potential with the best accessibility solutions!

    Discover your home's full potential with the best accessibility solutions!

      Tub Cuts

      Home2stay Tub Cut w/ Door

      Home2stay Tub Cut w/ Door

      Enjoy the best of both worlds- Convert your existing tub into a step-in shower or bath! The CleanCut

      Home2stay Full Convertible Tub Cut Kit

      Home2stay Full Convertible Tub Cut Kit

      The best of both worlds. Our Full Quick Tub Convertible Tub Cut Kit provides you and your loved ones

      Home2stay Tub Cut Step

      Home2stay Tub Cut Step

      Convert your existing tub into a step-in shower! The CleanCut Step tub is the perfect and most affor

      Home2stay Convertible Tub Cut

      Home2stay Convertible Tub Cut

      Enjoy the best of both worlds- Convert your existing tub into a step-in shower or bath! The CleanCut

      Home2stay Tub Cut Ultra-Low

      Home2stay Tub Cut Ultra-Low

      Convert your existing tub into a step-in shower! The CleanCut Ultra-Low is ideal for high-profile tu

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      Stepping over the high wall of the bath tub can be a safety hazard for those with mobility and balance challenges, such as elder adults, young children, and individuals with disabilities. In the wet environment of the bathroom, balancing on one leg can lead to unfortunate slips and falls.

      A tub cut out on your existing bathtub is a cost-effective way of turning it into a step-in shower or bath, costing approximately only 20% of the price of a tub renovation. It can be done in as little as 2 hours, with a water test after 48 hours- to ensure minimal disruption in your home.

      Whether you have a steel, fiberglass, or cast-iron bathtub, a tub cut out can be done on it. If you still want to enjoy a nice, relaxing bath, opt for the convertible or tub cut with a door. All our tub cut products have a built-in anti-skid surface, not just a sticker that may peel off over time.

      Units are made of non-recycled BPA-Free polyethylene, which is in conjunction with our patented and proprietary support box structure, and will ensure that your tub cutout will last for many years to come.

      Stepping over the high wall of the bathtub can be a safety hazard for those with mobility and balance challenges, such as elder adults, young children, and individuals with disabilities. In the wet environment of the bathroom, balancing on one leg can lead to unfortunate slips and falls.

      A tub cut out on your existing bathtub is a cost-effective way of turning it into a step-in shower or bath, costing approximately only 20% of the price of a tub renovation. It can be done in as little as 2 hours, with a water test after 48 hours- to ensure minimal disruption in your home.

      Whether you have a steel, fiberglass, or cast-iron bathtub, a tub cut out can be done on it. If you still want to enjoy a nice, relaxing bath, opt for the convertible or tub cut with a door. All our tub cut products have a built-in anti-skid surface, not just a sticker that may peel off over time.

      Units are made of non-recycled BPA-Free polyethylene, which is in conjunction with our patented and proprietary support box structure, and will ensure that your tub cutout will last for many years to come.

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