21 September 2017
Mr & Mrs Sanderson lived in sheltered housing accommodation that already featured a safe and practical wet floor shower adaptation that the council had put in for the previous occupants. Although dated, and not the best installation we’d ever seen, the couple were happy with the showering concept as it allowed for safe bathing, easy access and catered for any deterioration with regards to mobility.
Taking lead on the project Mr & Mrs Sanderson’s children visited our Leeds bathroom showroom to explore the available solutions on display and discuss their, and their parents, requirements in more detail.
Initially unaware of what could be done with regards to creating a more stylish, but still as accessible, wet floor shower solution. They left inspired by one particular display that they decided they wanted to replicate in their parent’s bathroom and thankful for the friendly help and advice received by More Ability surveyor & designer, Andy Keir.
A complete rip out of a safe, yet slightly clinical looking, wet floor shower resulted in the installation of a stylish and accessible variation of the same concept thanks to the finishing touches in the design and overall attention to detail. With PVC cladding to the ceiling, coupled with the installation of spot lights, a chrome detailed towel radiator and mixers taps and an aesthetically pleasing, fully tiled, wet floor shower with corian bench and glass flipper screen the once tired and cold shower room was transformed into an easy on the eye accessible solution.
“Brilliant service, Martin the bathroom fitter was brilliant, hardworking friendly, I was worried about the building work starting at my parents bungalow as both my parents have memory problems and get stressed easily but everything was fine, because there is only one fitter they got used to him and everything was fine. The finished bathroom is gorgeous, would highly recommend.”