Disabled Shower Room
What do you think when you think of a disabled shower room? Could it be the words modern and stylish? Have you longed for one but deemed them too expensive?
Well you could have a modern, stylish and affordable shower room should you want it, and we’re the experts that might be able to make that dream a reality.
- Stylish and modern designs complement your home decor.
- Easy to clean and maintain with our Clear Screen system.
- A wide range of styles and sizes to suit all bathroom layouts.
Wet rooms offer a stylish solution to safe and easy access.
A disabled shower room – or wet room – can be a spacious alternative to a conventional shower cubicle. You just shut the bathroom door and you’re in it. So it’s perfect for people who have reduced mobility or are wheelchair users.
Our wet rooms can be fitted with extra features such as grab bars, an easy glide riser for your shower head, slip-resistant tiles and bracing bars for safety. This all means you can regain a little bit of independence in the home.
Our disabled shower rooms can be fitted with underfloor heating for that little bit of luxury. It would also actually save you more space in the bathroom as you wouldn’t need a radiator.
In terms of the shower, it can be fitted with full or half-height glass panels. The full length option is fixed and protects the rest of the bathroom from the shower.
The half-height panel option is designed for wheelchair users. The glass folds back 180 degrees for assisted showering or to open out the bathroom for more space when not in use. You could even go for a shower tray if you wanted to, or keep it as a wet room – there are lots of different options.
We can install easy-clean wall panels in the room, a choice of shower seat such as wooden or padded options. We even offer finishes including mosaic tiles in a choice of colours so your bathroom will be tailored to your taste.
Now for the science – the difference with disabled shower rooms is that the floor is slightly sloping, with a drain inserted for the water to wash down.
An impenetrable membrane is fitted under the floor to ensure the room is leak-proof. But you would need sufficient room underneath the floor in order to allow for a “false” floor to be fitted for drainage.
But our expert consultants and installers can advise on the best possible configuration during a site survey should you choose to go for a wet room. If one isn’t suitable then we can advise on other alternatives.
For more on the benefits of stylish, open-plan, easy-access showering, then request a free brochure today.