Bathrooms for people with disabilities or older people can look just as good (if not better) than any mainstream bathroom
What do disability bathrooms contain?
Typically, in the past, disability bathrooms have been overly institutionalised in style and have stuck to clinical styles, colours and designs. Well, not anymore. Here at Alan Heath and Sons, we pride ourselves on not only providing the best quality products which make a bathroom truly accessible but in making sure that these products look as good as possible too. The style of our home is important to almost everyone, so why should people with disabilities or additional needs compromise?
That would completely depend on the needs of the user. You would usually expect to see a walk in shower solution of some sort, whether that be a low or level access shower tray or a wet room. If the user of the bathroom needs support whilst showering there may be a shower seat installed with a selection of thoughtfully positioned grab rails too. A shower screen would keep the rest of the bathroom dry from the water out of the electric shower or mixer shower.