Bathroom & Cloakrooms

 

Some of the most common home improvements which can be
made to improve accessibility and reduce the risk of falls are in
the bathroom. Such adjustments may include:

  • Removing a bath to replace with a low-level shower tray
  • Wet floor shower rooms
  • Specialist wash dry toilets such as Closomat
  • Specialist height adjustable baths such as Astor Bannerman
  • Hoist systems to aid in bathroom
  • Bathing aids such as rails, bath boards – Read more about Home Plus
  • Dementia friendly designs with contrasting fixtures
  • Lever taps
  • Extractor fans

Adaptations

Mr Lewis 92 years old and unsteady on his feet now. He was unable to step up into the shower tray, had had several falls and had a very old electric shower with a cramped and small enclosure. His 88 year old wife struggled to help him in and out of the shower.
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What our clients say

“I can’t get over to this day how easy it was. I was very anxious about the work being done – but I could not be less stressed. Nothing was too much trouble. We are always included in the conversation, and each stage was checked for being ok. Liaison with the council was very good. There’s no price on peace of mind, you get control back over your own life.”

What our partners say…

The service you provide is always done very, very well, and your staff that complete the work are always very helpful, and always communicate problems if relevant