|Fig.1 Safety Bars|
Supplies and Tools:
Cordless driver with Phillip bit
Handicapped bar kit
Hand held Phillips screwdriver
Mr. Emmet lives in Lucerne Valley, California. Mr. Emmet was going to have his mother live with him for a while. She needed to have handicapped bars installed in the shower area. Mr. Emmet purchased this kit at Lowe's® on sale. He needed this installed in the guest shower immediately.
This post show the six steps to installing handicapped bars inside a shower unit.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows a two bar kit.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the shower wall, it has grout lines. Use a stud finder to penetrates the wallboard tile to find the wood studs.
|Fig.2 Shower wall|
|Fig.3 Shower screws|
|Fig.4 Shower safety bar cap|
|Fig.5 Shower bar sideways|
|Fig.6 job finished|
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