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Mobility wet room renovation case study | Leeds | More Ability

Published: 11 January 2023


Mr & Mrs. Rowland’s bathroom was dated and had become difficult to use. The existing bathroom design consisted of a bath, basin, and a WC. They wanted to find a safer bathing solution, as they were struggling to get in and out of the bath.


Mr. and Mrs. Rowland found More Ability online, and confident we could deliver a safer bathing solution booked a free design appointment as part of our full design and fit services.

Senior Designer Garry visited the couple to discuss their requirements, and potential design ideas, while understanding their reasons for change. As part of the conversation, the couple wanted to explore the option of retaining a bath in the form of a walk-in bath as they both continued to enjoy a soak.

Keen for Garry to impart his knowledge, given his extensive experience in bathroom design. Garry suggested a mobility wet room with an option to include a seat, having listened to the underlying problems they wanted to solve.

In agreement with Garry’s suggestion of a mobility wet room design, that being it was a safer and more future-proofed solution that would cater to both their needs, retain their independence, and make daily life easier. The proposed design would also consist of modern accessible bathroom design features retaining a stylish appeal.

Delighted with the outcome of the visit, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, were happy to move on to the next stage of the process of acquiring a mobility wet room to which Garry invited them to our Leeds Bathroom Showroom.

During the showroom appointment, Garry presented the couple with detailed CAD visuals to help them envision what the new bathroom design would look like. He also assisted them around the showroom in choosing their final bathroom finishing touches. With everything agreed, upon and a detailed quote provided the couple was more than happy to place an order with us.

Mobility Wet Room

A mobility wet room consisting of a variety of modern accessible design features was fit by our multi-skilled fitter Graham, as part of our full-service offering from design to installation.

The new mobility wet room included a glass flipper screen to help keep the water concealed within the wet area. As part of the shower installation a fixed, cushioned fold-up seat was fit as per the design along with anti-slip vinyl flooring.

With the available space limited at the end of the shower, a tall wall-hung radiator was fit and a stunning white wall-hung basin and comfortable height WC. Helping bounce light around the room, while keeping to the consistent colour scheme, white marble effect accessible wall boards were installed throughout.


A bathroom that had become difficult to use was transformed into a mobility wet room, with modern accessible design features.

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Senior Designer

Garry is an experienced bathroom surveyor and designer having worked in and around the industry for 28 years; gaining invaluable experience whilst at bathroom specialist’s; Norwood & Porcelanosa.

Showing a keen interest in design & technical drawing from an early age Garry ‘fell’ into surveying bathrooms as a result of wanting to make the most of his natural abilities which involved a creative flare for design.

At Passmore’s Garry works directly with the MoreBathrooms & MoreAbility brands, surveying & designing bathroom works and solutions for the domestic homeowner.

Garry will also work alongside Paul Tarbard managing the showroom ensuring the latest products and designs are on display.

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