Accessible Walk-in Shower Installation | Leeds | More Ability
Published: 14 November 2022
Due to difficulties getting in and out the bath Mr & Mrs Pontefract wanted to refurbish their existing bathroom, which consisted of a bath, basin and WC, with a view to achieving a walk-in accessible shower solution.
Referred by the William Merritt Centre Mr & Mrs. Pontefract contacted More Ability with a view to booking a free design appointment for a Senior Designer to visit their home and discuss their wants, needs, and requirements in more detail.
Visited by Senior Designer, Nigel, prior to surveying the existing bathroom, Nigel spent time understanding the couple’s requirements and reasons for change.
Wanting to convert the existing bathroom into a walk-in accessible shower solution, for ease of use and increased safety, both Mr & Mrs. Pontefract were open to ideas on how to further enhance the accessible bathroom design while retaining stylish appeal.
Using his extensive design knowledge, coupled with meeting the client’s requirements, Nigel proposed a variety of stylish and accessible additions in the form of accessible wallboards, complimentary anti-slip vinyl, and accessible sanitaryware.
Delighted with the process so far, and with an indication of cost for the full accessible bathroom design and fit service, Mr & Mrs. Pontefract were happy to proceed to the next stage and booked an appointment to visit our Leeds Showroom.
In preparation for Mr & Mrs Pontefract’s visit, Nigel created a detailed quote for the works, along with CAD visuals, which he presented to the couple, while helping them make any final tweaks and amends to the design.
With all choices chosen, an updated quotation and a visual representation of the agreed design both Mr & Mrs Pontefract were overjoyed with their experience and proceeded to place an order with us.
Accessible Walk-In Shower Installation
Mr. and Mrs. Pontefract’s new accessible walk-in shower was installed by our multi-skilled fitter Tom. The stylish and accessible walk-in shower refurbishment consisted of modern safety features, both of which met the couple's requirements of making daily life easier.
The old bathroom was taken out and replaced with a walk-in shower, glass flipper screen and chrome grab bars. The walls were covered with modern beige accessible wallboards, with complimentary anti–slip vinyl overlaying the bathroom floor.
A wall-hung radiator was installed as part of the stylish design, along with and a new basin and comfort height WC.
A bathroom that was becoming increasingly difficult to use was refurbished into a stylish accessible walk-in shower room with modern safety features.
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