Make your bathroom safer without compromising bath décor with decorative grab bars. Available in a wide variety of styles and finishes, they easily coordinate with bathroom faucets and accessories. Consider single handle or touchless bathroom faucets that are easier to use than faucets with knobs.
Hand showers, adjustable shower heads and showering systems make bathing easier and can be particularly helpful for young children and those with limited mobility. They can also simplify bathroom cleanup. Shower heads with massage features provide relief for sore muscles.
Walk-in bath tubs provide safe and easy access with entry door systems, low step-over thresholds and built-in chair height seating. Some models also offer quick drain features. Showers with zero threshold design provide barrier free access. Bath and shower chairs offer safer bathing in standard bath tubs and showers.
Available in one piece and two piece toilet designs, chair height toilets, 17 to 19 inches high, can be easier to use. Toilets at least 16 1/2" high, including seat, and elongated are considered ADA compliant.
Elevated toilet seats raise the height of regular size toilets an additional 6-inches. Children’s toilet seats are sized and designed for young children, adding peace of mind during potty training years.
Consider ideas for designing an accessible half bathroom and helpful bath safety tips. Safe and accessible bathrooms are important for every family. Universal design, or generational bath, is one of the hottest trends in bath design today. The latest bath trends and safety accessories offer barrier-free designs with an emphasis on style.
If you’re seeking a beautiful, safe and accessible bathroom, our bathroom remodeling professionals can help. They can successfully complete any project including installing grab bars on pre-existing ceramic tile, upgrading to a chair height toilet or converting an existing tub to a walk-in model. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Bathroom safety should be a priority for everyone. Whether you have children in your home or seniors, adding products to help them access and reach bath faucets, sinks, showers and bathtubs is important. Help avoid slips and falls with a non-slip floor or bath mat. Install grab bars in your bath tub and shower. Ensure there is adequate light in all corners with directional bath lighting fixtures.
You can coordinate your bath safety products to match your bath fixtures such as grab bars, toilet paper holders and robe hooks in modern finishes like satin nickel, stainless steel or oil-rubbed bronze.
Adding generational bath safety products, such as a bath and shower chair, will help make the bathing experience safer for anyone with limited mobility. Walk-in tubs improve access for adults who may have difficulty stepping over traditional bathtub walls. ADA compliant toilets or elevated toilets also improve bathroom accessibility.