AWWWWWWWESOME DEAL! Thank you so much. This is such a good deal on those decorative Pegasus grab bars. (I just finished remodeling my master bath and, at $55+ for one grab bar, I spent hundreds of dollars on Moen's Kingsley line to have enough grab bars for a person with disabilities to feel safe using the bathroom and shower!)
TIP: make sure you order every BAR you'll ever need at this time as I believe these are discountinued and in limited sizes so you may not be able to get more at a later date and you don't want to be mixing and matching grab bars!
I ordered 4 of the 24" in brushed nickel to put 2 at each end of the bathtub then ordered 2 of the 18" to put next to each other against the back wall of the tub (on an angle). Then I ordered an additional 2 of the 24" bars which I'm going to use one as a towel bar across from the toilet and the other behind the toilet as a grab bar.
I also ordered two of the 24" Pegasus in chrome which I'm going to hang under my upper cabinets in my laundry room so I finally have a place to store my empty hangers. At this price, they're as cheap as buying basic towel racks at True Value or Walmart!
Advice from someone with very recent, first-hand experience buying decorative grab bars... these decorative grab bars are at prices that are INSANELY CHEAP - don't hesitate buy them before they're gone!!!!!!!
TU and reps to the OP for an awesome post!!!!
AGREED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Best deal I've ever seen on these. Ordered 9- thinking of going back for more! THANK YOU , OP!!!!!!!!!! Repped x4.
I'm wondering how to install into studs that are 16" apart. Will the 24" bar still work? Also, how do I detect where the stud is through tile? Not sure stud sensors work through tile.
We were lucky in that we were ripping out an original bathtub and installing a shower stall for a disabled person, and were able to mark exactly where the grab bars were to go, and have blocks put in at the time. With tile already in the bathroom it's much more difficult for the installation, but putting them on a diagonal would probably be the best solution for this. Use a stud finder to do this. Depending on when your home was built, it should be able to be done. On the outside wall leading into the shower stall, we had them cut out a piece of sheet rock, place a piece of wood block where needed, and patch it. This person sits on a shower chair while showering. So we didn't need another one near the front.
As far as people talking about ones behind the toilet, there are grab rails that attach to a toilet that maybe installed, to help a handicap person get up and down, without the need to install anything else. That is what we used.
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