For regular situations like washing and bathing, it needs to be as easy as possible for you to be able to access these features within your home to avoid unnecessary difficulty and to allow you to get on with the rest of your day afterwards.
A walk-in shower can be ideal for many people, not just those with mobility needs.
To be able to walk straight into the shower without having to worry about stepping over anything not only makes the whole process a lot simpler but it becomes a whole lot safer too.
It’s quite literally like a hurdle being removed and enabling you to enter and exist the shower with so much ease.
Many walk-in shower suppliers have a range available so that you can find one that suits you best but some of the suppliers can also provide you with a custom solution and installation if that is what you require.
If the shower will be replacing the area where your bath is then you have the option of having a shower installed that uses up that area so that the shower itself is more spacious than a more standard sized cubicle or it can have a drying area, keeping the rest of the floor dry, enabling you to dry yourself on the drying area which is still at the same level as the shower.
Of course you don’t need to have had a bath in place there previously, it’s just that if you want to use up the space then a larger shower area, often with a drying area will fit in it’s place quite easily.
For easier accessibility and increased safety, it’s worth considering having a walk-in shower installed.
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