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Creating a Disabled-Friendly Bathroom

15/09/2017

For those who have limited mobility, it can be important to be able to live with as much independence as possible. This is why there are many items that can be added to homes to allow people to move around with ease. We have a number of fittings that can be used to create a disabled-friendly bathroom. Here is just a small selection of these items.

Disabled Shower Seat

A disabled shower seat can be an incredibly useful item for those who have limited mobility. Not only can it make showering easier, it also makes it safer as the risk of slips and trips is reduced. We stock a number of different shower seat options, ideal for a variety of spaces and designs.

You can find the shower seat pictured here.

Adjustable Wash Basin

Bathrooms can be difficult to navigate for wheelchair users to the standard height of fittings such as wash basins. An adjustable wash basin allows for a wheelchair user to wash their hands independently. As it has an adjustable height, other members of the family can also make use of this fitting.

You can find the adjustable wash basin pictured here.

Grab Rails

Simple items such as grab rails can be incredibly useful for those who have mobility issues or who may be a little unsteady on their feet. Grab rails can also be particularly inexpensive, so they are a great addition to a bathroom. We have a huge number of grab rails that come in different shapes and designs, so they can be used in any bathroom.

You can find the grab rail pictured here.

Emergency Release Door Stops

An emergency release door stop can be an essential element of a disabled-friendly bathroom. There are many features depending on the option chosen, such as the ability to open doors inwards and the capacity to gain emergency access should someone outside of the bathroom need to assist the person behind the door.

You can find the emergency release door stop pictured here.

At Hart Wholesale, we understand the importance of good quality fittings that can be used in a bathroom to offer more independence to an individual with limited mobility. We have a huge range of products and fittings that can be used in a range of bathrooms, no matter the size or style. Please do take a look at our selection of disabled bathroom fittings and accessories online, and if you would like to speak to a member of our team about any of our fittings, please don't hesitate to get in touch with a member of our friendly team.

You can contact us by calling 01702 614044, emailing sales@hart-wholesale.com or by filling out our online contact form. In the meantime, make sure to check out our blog where you will be able to read more of our articles with helpful tips and advice.


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