Accessible Wet Floor Shower Case Study | Leeds | West Yorkshire
Published: 17 September 2021
Mr & Mrs Waton’s small and dated 3- piece shower room consisted of an enclosed shower, basin and WC.
Now wanting a low maintenance shower room, they hoped to install a safe and stylish level access showering solution whilst giving their shower room a luxurious update.
Upon visiting our Leeds Disabled Bathroom Showroomto view our display of accessible bathrooms, Mr & Ms Waton were greeted by More Ability Senior Designer Garry who showed them around and offered them expert advice on the safe yet stylish bathing solutions best suited to their wants and needs.
Impressed with what they heard, Mr & Mrs Waton booked a free design appointment for Garry to visit their home, survey their existing shower room and to further discuss accessible bathroom design solutions according to their bathroom designs. Following this Garry also provided a provisional quote dependant to their final fixtures and fittings choices.
With Mr & Mrs Waton happy with the design and information gathered and wanting to go ahead, Garry further used his accessible bathroom knowledge and expertise to create a modern accessible wet floor shower design with a luxurious touch that also made better use of their available space.
Garry then invited Mr & Mrs Waton back to our Leeds Bathroom showroom to present a detail CAD design allowing them to visualise their new shower room, whilst assisting them with choosing their final fixtures and fittings.
Accessible Wet Floor Shower Installation:
A modern and spacious accessible wet floor shower with a toughened glass accessible flipper screen and bespoke Corian bench was installed by Multi Skilled Fitter Jack, giving Mr & Mrs Waton the option to rest their legs whilst bathing.
Additional Accessible sanitary ware included the installation of a wall hung WC with soft close seat and wall hung basin with a built in Accessible bathroom storage vanity unit, creating space for Mr & Mrs Waton to store their bathroom essentials whilst creating the illusion of a larger shower room by clearing up central floor space.
Wall and floor coverings included easy to clean luxurious beige marble effect accessible wall boards and low maintenance grey anti-slip vinyl flooring. Alongside modern finishing touches which included a light brown heated towel rail and a wavy chrome grab rail.
A small and dated shower room was transformed into a spacious accessible wet floor shower room with low maintenance luxurious fixtures and fittings.
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