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Topic: living in place

Press Release: CSI Bathware Donates 200 Shower Curtains to TROSA Inc.

September 17 2020

This week, CSI Bathware donated 200 premium polyester shower curtains to TROSA Inc, a licensed treatment facility helping individuals with substance use disorders become healthy, productive members of their communities and families.

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Backer Boards In The Bathroom - How Are They Used?

September 2 2020

If you’re unfamiliar with the term aging in place it refers to someone who wants to stay in their home as long as possible. One way to plan for aging in place is to add backing board to a bathroom renovation. Adding a backer board in a shower remodel allows you to safely add grab bars later since the wall would already be anchored. Continue reading below to learn about the different types of backing boards and how they're used.

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CSI Bathware To Add Lowe's As New Etailer

August 12 2020

CSI Bathware is proud to be featured and offer our products in the new accessible home category of Lowe's etailer platform. Continue reading below to learn about the benefits of shopping with CSI Bathware through Lowe's.

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CSI Bathware Is Now Offering New Wave Shaped Grab Bars

June 18 2020

At CSI Bathware, we strive to stay on top of industry trends and offer our customers the highest quality ADA compliant bathware in the market. With that being said, we are excited to announce the launch of our newest model of wave grab bars. 

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Meet The Team: CSI Bathware Employee Spotlight

April 17 2020

We wanted to take some time to show appreciation for all of our team members who have helped make CSI Bathware what it is today. Read below to meet the team and learn about some interesting ways they are adjusting their work life during COVID-19:

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Interview with Alex Avakian of 3 Birds Accessibility Solutions

April 13 2020

We recently conducted an interview with Alex Avakian of 3 Birds Accessibility Solutions to ask him about founding a successful accessibility-minded business, his experience, and where he sees the industry going in the future. 

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5 Tips for Preventing Slips and Falls in the Bathroom

March 2 2020

Did you know that according to the NCOA (National Council on Aging), every 11 seconds a senior is taken to the emergency room for a fall-related injury? Falls - especially those in the bathroom - are among the leading cause of injuries among seniors over the age of 65. Continue reading for 5 tips on how you can prevent slips & falls in your bathroom.
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KBIS - Our 2020 Event Takeaways

February 3 2020

This year's KBIS (The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show) just came to a close and we wanted to share our takeaways here on this blog. The KBIS is North America's largest trade show dedicated to all aspects of kitchen and bath design and took place from Jan. 21-23 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. With the expansive show floor filled with the freshest designs from over 600 leading brands, it is a one-stop shop providing attendees and exhibitors the ultimate destination to network, exchange ideas and build their businesses.
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Accessibility & How to Make Your Facility ADA Compliant

January 3 2020

Making sure your building or facility is ADA compliant is important now more than ever.   As a property owner or facility manager, becoming compliant with ADA regulations could save considerable time & money, while ignoring regulations could result in a heavy lawsuit.  Read below for our guide on accessible design & how to ensure your facility is ADA Compliant:
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Interview with Allen Garrett from Access Able Designs

December 13 2019

 

We recently conducted an interview with Allen Garrett of Access Able Designs to ask him about founding a successful accessibility minded business, his experience, and where he sees the industry going in the future.  For the last 23 years his company’s Access-Able Transfer Benches have been instrumental in helping hospitals, nursing homes, hotels, restaurants, cruise ships, airports, convention centers, and even homeowners to meet and/or exceed the ADA standard for their handicapped accessible facilities.

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