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Accessible Wet Floor Shower Case Study |Leeds |West Yorkshire

25 October 2021

Problem:

Mr & Mrs Clay’s small 3-piece bathroom consisted of a bath with overhead shower and basin.

Wanting a design update and a bating option better suited to Mrs Clay’s mobility needs they hoped to install a safe and spacious showering solution.

Design Solution:

Following a recommendation from a friend and previous More Ability customer, Mr & Mrs Clay visited our Harrogate bathroom showroom to view and gather further information on the accessible bathroom options available.

Greeted by Showroom Assistant Sue, Mr & Mrs Clay discussed with Sue their wants and needs whilst she showed them the range of safe yet stylish shower options available.

Happy with the information gathered Mr & Mrs Clay booked a free design appointment for a More Ability Senior Designer to visit their home, view their bathroom and provide a preliminary design and provisional quote subject to final fixture and fitting choices.

Mr & Mrs Clay was then visited by More Ability Senior designer Garry who further discussed in depth with them their bathroom wants and needs, the range of accessible bathrooms available alongside design options and provisional costs.

With Mr & Mrs Clay happy to take the next steps, Garry used his accessible bathroom knowledge and expertise to create a spacious accessible wet floor shower design.

Garry then invited Mr & Mrs Clay to our Leeds bathroom showroom to present a detailed CAD design and assisted them with choosing their final fixtures and fittings in line with the design chosen.


Accessible Wet Floor Shower Installation:

A modern and spacious accessible wet floor shower with glass screen and bespoke Corian bench was installed by Multi Skilled Fitter Darren giving Mrs Clay the option to rest her legs whilst showering

A contemporary wavey chrome grab bar was also fitted to support Mrs Clay with her mobility whilst entering and leaving the shower. A chrome towel rail was also installed allowing Mr & Mrs Clay to warm their towels whilst bathing.

Accessible bathroom storage included the installation of a large basin with built in vanity unit creating a wide space for Mrs Clay to comfortably wash her hands whilst creating additional storage space.

The accessible bathroom design also included the installation of modern light grey marble effect accessible wall boards and blue anti-slip vinyl flooring.

Outcome:

A small, dated bathroom was transformed into a safe, spacious and easy to access wet floor shower room with modern fixtures and fittings.

What Mr & Mrs Clay said about More Bathrooms:

A very effective installation with minimum mess and disruption all done in nine working days. The room looks good and the shower works well. We are very impressed by the water control arrangements which ensure an even temperature even if others use water at the same time.

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