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Ms Thomson, Skelton, York, North Yorkshire - a future proofed wet floor shower design that would offer long-lasting safety, regardless of any deteriorating circumstances.
17 October 2018
A future proofed, wet floor shower design that would offer long-lasting safety, regardless of deteriorating circumstances, delivered as a result inspired solution that was suitable for the needs of the user today, tomorrow and many years to come.Read More
Margaret Cummings, Whinmoor, Leeds, West Yorkshire – a disabled wet room adaptation where accessibility, independence and complete peace of mind was at the heart of the renovation project.
11 September 2018
Catering for all present bathing requirements and future-proofed in case of any deterioration, the disabled wet room was a structurally challenging renovation that conclusively met all the customers’ requirements and more besides.Read More
Mr & Mrs Bailey, Harrogate, North Yorkshire - A large 4-piece traditional bathroom suite was transformed into a warm and welcoming accessible walk-in shower solution.
15 August 2018
The existing, traditionally styled, bright and white 4-piece bathroom suite was in great working order however was ready for a modern rethink with the concept of ‘future proofing’ at the core of the complete renovation.
Mr & Mrs Brown, Fulwood, Sheffield, South Yorkshire - Merging an aesthetical bathroom design while meeting all the users’ needs delivered a stylish and accessible wet floor shower solution.
10 August 2018
Having spent a while ‘making do’ with the shower already in situ all users were aware of what they wanted the bathroom renovation to achieve however we’re equally open to design ideas. Merging an aesthetical bathroom design while meeting all the users’ needs More Ability delivered a stylish and accessible wet floor shower solution.Read More
Mrs Pullein, Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire - a complimentary accessible walk-in shower solution that delivered on style and safety.
2 August 2018
Focusing solely on the bathing area to keep adaptation costs to a minimum, More Ability Surveyor & Designer Andy, proposed a bath replacement tray, also known as an accessible walk-shower, which would involve removing the bath and replacing it with a low-level shower tray in order to deliver on style and safety.Read More
Mr & Mrs Smith, Kippax, Leeds, West Yorkshire – a two room renovation project whereby accessibility, space and a consistent design were key.
16 July 2018
Small in size and dated in design the newly renovated bathroom and separate WC not only achieved a future proofed design but also all of the couple’s requirements which focused mainly on making the best use of the available space and achieving a safe and accessible design.Read More