Mobility Bathrooms with Easy-Access Showers and Baths
We provide a total solution to our customers’ needs. That’s why we say we are Bathing Solutions: it’s who we are; it’s what we do.
All of our walk-in showers have special features designed to make your bathing safer, more comfortable and relaxing.
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Safe, secure and simple to use, bringing you complete peace of mind and relaxation in the bathroom.
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Not sure which bathing solution is right for you?
We explain some of the key features
We handle everything – a professional service from start to finish
1. Free no-obligation home survey
One of our mobility bathing specialists will help you identify your needs and provide a fixed price for peace of mind
2. Fitting in under 1 day*
*Depending on your chosen solution we can often fit in just 1 day, but don’t worry, your bathroom will never be unusable for more than half an hour.
3. Leaving no mess behind
Our installation team will ensure that your old bath or shower is removed quickly and with the minimum of fuss and disruption.
4. No-quibble guarantee
Bathing Solutions workmanship is of the highest standard, backed by our no quibble guarantee and our bath door seals are guaranteed for life.
We are delighted and more than satisfied with our new bath – and for someone who has always been afraid of water, to use it is a joy
Mr and Mrs Harrison, Lincolnshire
Over 25 years helping customers all over the UK bathe safely.
You and your home are in safe hands with us. Always make sure anyone doing plumbing or electrical work in your home is fully accredited.
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