Disabled bathrooms funding and finance
Premier Care provides personalised quotations to each of our customers, as all of our products are manufactured to your specific needs and requirements. That is why prices are not included as each installation is unique.
We invite you to take advantage of our free in-home consultation with one of our local experts - you can book a free home assessment by filling out the information on the right of this page. Together, we will determine which Premier Care Walk-in bath or Easy-Access shower is perfect for you and your home.
We will assess your personal needs, take measurements of your bathroom and entry doors, determine if any additional remodelling needs to be done, show you which bath or shower best meets your needs and give you an all inclusive price. This no-obligation assessment is the first step to determining the cost of your new Walk-in bath or shower.
Premier Care not only manufactures and installs Walk-in baths and Easy-Access showers, but we also want to help you make your new buy affordable.
Disabled people do not have to pay VAT when they buy equipment that has been designed solely for disabled people.
Premier Care offers a finance option where you can buy your new bath or shower in instalments. You could be bathing safely again for our new lower rate of less than £90 a month*.
Embrace this opportunity to positively enhance your personal safety and independence. Call 0800 018 0088 today for a free in-home consultation or fill out the contact form on the right hand side of this page.
Disabled Facilities Grants
A Disabled Facilities Grant is a local council grant to help towards the cost of adapting your home to enable you to continue to live there. The grant can be used for adaptations to give you better freedom of movement around your home and/or to provide essential facilities within it.
The amount paid is usually based on a financial assessment - a 'means test' - of your average weekly income in relation to your outgoings. Means testing will take into account savings above a certain limit. Certain benefits including Disability Living Allowance and Income Support are generally ignored.For more information please visit the Directgov website.
There are various charities that offer advice and information to disabled people about assistive equipment and independent living, see the Directgov website for more details.
*Example based on a £5000 package with a 25% deposit over a period of 60 months, the monthly repayment would be £89.07. Correct at time of writing 23/11/11.