For over 20 years, we have specialized in ADA Handicap Bathrooms in Southampton, Pennsylvania. We bring the same high level craftsmanship and attention to detail for every customer’s home improvement needs, from small renovations for bathrooms to large scale remodels featuring custom bathroom designs.
If you’re faced with mobility challenges there are special products and construction that need to take place. With these changes, you can more easily access toilets, showers, vanities, tubs, and the bathroom entrance itself.
ADA Handicap Bathroom Toilets
Those who are physically impaired may have a more difficult time using toilets. With an ADA Handicap toilet, it can make your everyday bathroom visits a lot easier. It will allow you to have a better sense of independence and create a safer environment in the bathroom.
ADA Handicap Bathroom Accessories
The following are accessories to keep in mind when considering a handicapped bathroom:
- Shower Entry Ramps
- Handicap Shower Heads
- Shower Commodes
- Shower Transfer Benches
- Shower Pans
- Handicap Shower Chairs
- Shower Grab Bars, Shower Seats
- Waterproof Shower Mats
- Wall Mounted Shower Stools
- Bathtub Grab Bars
- Suction Shower Handrails
- Wall Mounted Handrails
- Shower Mats
Is the bathroom wheelchair accessible? This is an important question to ask when it comes to adjusting a bathroom. In most cases, the doorways will need to be widened for better accessibility. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Specially Adapted Housing Requirements created a minimum hallway width of 48” and a minimum doorway width of 36” to allow full wheelchair accessibility.
When creating handicap accessible showers, the goal is to give the user a safer, convenient, and more comfortable experience in the bathroom. This will also provide the homeowner the ability to be more independent if they need accommodations. To have an easy transfer from wheelchair to shower chair, shower enclosures should be excluded, which is made up of doors that can interfere with the user’s mobility.
Walk In Tubs
Bathtubs for those who are not disabled or injured can be tricky to get in and out of on their own. Imagine how difficult it must be for those with disabilities or injuries to maneuver in and out without assistance. Walk-in tubs are the perfect solution, making the experience easier and more enjoyable. Walk-in tubs do require the ability to walk in and out on their own. For individuals feeling the discomfort and limited mobility that occurs due to an injury, illness, or advanced age, walk in tubs offer a safe, convenient, and comfortable solution.
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