Handicap Accessible Shower Options For The Elderly And Disabled
Choosing the right handicap accessible shower model is an important decision to make. There are several variables to take into consideration. You’ll want to think about mobility limitations, size of the bathroom, special circumstances, desired features, and overall design. Not all handicap showers look institutional. Aging Safely Baths carries a wide variety of ADA compliant handicap showers with modern and stylish designs. Some models even have tile backsplashes and you can have the color completely customized. Aging Safely sells several handicap accessible showers designed to last.
Sizing Handicap Showers
Ensuring the walk in shower will fit well into the bathroom space is vital. Some smaller more company handicap showers are 48” x 48” while larger ones can be 60” x 36”. You will want to measure the total wet area space where the shower will be replaced. By finding the total area to your wet space you can easily determine what handicap shower systems are best for your specific needs. Sometimes walls can be moved or put up to accommodate the right shower for you. Most of the handicapped shower stalls are multi-piece, so going through doorways isn’t a problem. For some one-piece showers, it’s important to calculate the entry width, to help ensure you can get the shower in. Large walk in showers and small walk in showers alike come with an industry-leading 30-year manufacturer warranty. Most of the product pages have full product descriptions and schematics.
Mobility Considerations When Selecting The Best Handicap Accessible Showers
Aging Safely Baths has a wide variety of accessible showers. You can purchase shower walls and the shower pan alone or buy the entire handicap shower accessory package. Most of the roll in showers come with a built-in padded seat that can be mounted directly to the shower wall. Having a good shower seat is important to limit the time a bather spends on their feet. You’ll also want to take into consideration the shower threshold height. Some of our models go as low as a .75” threshold. This can typically be installed flush with the flooring. Wheelchair ramps are also available to make the transition easy for the bather. The wheelchair accessible showers come with the low threshold and have a water stopper to keep water inside the shower. Making sure the bather can safely enter the bathing appliance is crucial.
Customize Your Handicap Shower Design
Several of Aging Safely shower models can have the color totally customized and tile backsplashes installed. Roll in showers don’t have to be plain. You can customize it with the safety options you want, but also the design and style you love. You can have the confidence in grab bars and safety features, yet also have it match your bathrooms décor. Several of the models have built-in shelving and soap dishes. Although this is also something that can be customized per your specific needs as well. Most walk in tubs and wheelchair accessible showers are manufactured as they are ordered. Which gives you a chance to really have input on designing the low threshold shower that’s best for you. It’s important you buy a handicap shower that’s right for your specific needs. Aging Safely Baths specialists can help you determine the best choice for you.
Free Drop Shipping And Everyday Low Prices
Aging Safely Baths offers free drop shipping to anywhere in the continental U.S. for premium quality supply only handicap roll in showers and hydrotherapy walk in tubs. Dropshipping is a convenient and affordable option for DIYs and homeowners with their own contractors. Aging Safely also offers full installation services in some areas. Call 1-888-779-2284(BATH) today and talk with one of our aging in place bathroom specialists or click here and we’ll contact you.