When it comes to mobility updates for bathrooms and kitchens, there are many ways to make the bathroom and kitchen easier to access and use. We always recommend more room for maneuvering into the bathroom, which includes wider doorways, offset hinges and pocket doors. Inside of the bathroom, more space makes wheelchairs easier to maneuver, specialized equipment easier to use, and caregivers more space to assist.
There are a wide variety of other upgrades we can make in your bathroom, from taller toilets open on all sides to larger bathtubs with raised bases or with doors built into the side to prevent having to climb into the tub. A good alternative to bathtubs are roll-in shower stalls with a hand held shower and an extra long hose. Depending on your needs, a ceiling track lift can help users who are unable to stand and transfer from a chair onto the toilet or bath tub.
Small accommodations like grab bars and shower seats are also very easy and fast to install, or we can build seating into any shower design.
Sometimes it is more feasible to create a second bathroom from scratch than to modify an existing bathroom. We can discuss your options with our design team to give you a fully customized plan for your new, accessible bathroom.