/Bed Alarm for Bedwetting | Rent or Buy ?
Bed Alarm for Bedwetting | Rent or Buy ?2016-10-19T16:25:28+00:00
Rent or Buy Bed Alarm for bedwetting

How to choose your Bed Alarm for bedwetting?

Bed alarm for bedwetting.

Rent or Buy?

Can’t decide between renting and purchasing a bedwetting alarm?

Both options are excellent. Here are some points to consider which can help you make your decision.

If you are still hesitant afterwards, please contact us and we can talk about it.

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You should consider renting if …

  • You only have one child that needs to overcome enuresis and you aren’t planning to have other children.
  • You have other children but bedwetting doesn’t run in the family so you don’t think that the others will need the bedwetting alarm.
  • You don’t have group insurance that would reimburse you the costs of an enuresis treatment.
  • You have group insurance, but it doesn’t cover the cost of the bedwetting alarm.
  • You prefer to start by renting the alarm, giving you a chance to test it for a while before making a decision. If all goes well, you think you’ll buy one.
  • You don’t know anyone who could benefit from this bedwetting alarm after you.

You should consider buying if …

  • You are planning to or already know that you will have more children who might need to be treated.
  • You have other children and the hereditary factor is an important one in your family, meaning that it is highly probable that someone else will also benefit from this bedwetting alarm.
  • You have a good group insurance which will reimburse you 80% or more of the cost.
  • You want a quicker reimbursement. You don’t want to wait till the end of the rental period to get reimbursed by your insurance.
  • You don’t want to stress during treatment and can’t be bothered with weekly rental fees.
  • You know someone who could benefit from the bedwetting alarm after you.
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Often called “Bedwetting alarm”, the Night Guard | Enuresis Alarm is exclusive to the Enureflex Clinic.

“Bed alarm for bedwetting. Rent or Buy?” has been written and published by Enureflex Clinic.