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Level Access Shower Room Case Study | Leeds | West Yorkshire

20 August 2021

Problem:

Mr & Mrs Bryant’s dated 3-piece bathroom consisted of a bath with built in shower and basin with a WC located in a separate room.

Now struggling to use the bath and wanting to create more space, Mr & Mrs Bryant hoped to knock down the wall between the bath and WC room. Alongside removing their bath to install an accessible shower.


Design Solution:

Upon receiving a recommendation from one of our previous customers Mr & Mrs Bryant called to gather further information and book a free design appointment for an experienced More Ability Designer to visit their home, view their bathroom and provide a preliminary design and provisional quote dependant to final fixture and fitting choices.

Happy with the information gathered, Mr & Mrs Bryant were visited by More Ability Senior Designer Andy who further discussed with Mr & Mrs Bryant their mobility bathing needs, mobility bathroom options and design ideas. Andy then used his extensive bathroom knowledge and expertise to create a spacious Level access shower design.

Happy to go ahead, Andy invited Mr & Mrs Bryant back to our Leeds Accessible Bathroom Showroom to present a visual CAD design allowing them to envision the new look of their shower room. Andy also assisted Mr & Mrs Bryant with selecting their final fixtures and fittings.


Level Access Shower Installation:

Upon removing the wall between WC room and bathroom, A spacious level access shower with fixed shower seat was installed by More Ability Multi-Skilled fitter Steve. Half height doors and a shower curtain was also installed allowing Mr & Mrs Bryant to bathe safely and comfortably with the option for carer assistance in the future if required.

Accessible bathroom design also included the installation of trendy teal and white ceramic tiles with a glossy finish and grey anti slip flooring.

Accessible sanitary ware Included the installation of a close coupled toilet with soft close seat basin with flooring standing vanity unit. A large built in storage cabinet was also installed, giving Mr & Mrs Bryant plenty of space to store their bathroom essentials.

A white grab rail was installed in the shower area to assist with mobility and whilst a matching white heated towel rail was also installed allowing Mr & Mrs Bryant to warm their towels whilst bathing.


Outcome:

A small bathroom with an unused bath was transformed into a spacious level access shower room with additional storage solutions.

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