We believe that nothing should get in the way of someone using their bathroom and also enjoying being able to use it as independently as possible. Regardless of whether you need to make minor changes to a current bathroom to make it more accessible, or need to totally remodel it, our team at DeVal Bathrooms will be able to help you.
We believe we are one of the best when it comes to designing a bathroom that needs to be easily accessible, safe and practical, yet stylishly designed. We understand that this type of bathroom needs very careful consideration to suit the individual needing accessible bathing facilities, as well as any other family members who will also be using the bathroom.
We offer a free, extended design consultation for those considering a specialist disabled bathroom where we will listen to your requirements and then come up with a choice of solutions that will work best for you.
A wet room is a safe and tasteful solution that the whole family can benefit from – there are no doors or ramps, and with foldaway shower seats, grab rails and slip resistant floors the enjoyment of bathing can return. A walk-in shower is also a good option to think about; they can be fitted into an existing bathroom.
For people who still want to use a bath there is a wide range of choice with both deep soak and power bath options. Deep soak baths are equipped with a safety seat, thermostatic water control, are easily accessible through the wide opening and have a quick-drain waste water system. Power baths are equally as safe and you can choose between a remote control chair to access the bath or easy entry door. A whirlpool spa can be included in the bath as an excellent aid to help ease aches and pains.
We have completed adaptations to make bathrooms a safer and more enjoyable experience, with some examples listed below:
- Changing a bath for a walk-in shower for clients who are getting older and finding it difficult to get into and out of a bath.
- Renovating bathrooms to become wet rooms suitable for clients’ with progressive conditions where the future is uncertain and further adaptations can be made if required.
- Renovating existing disabled bathrooms to update them and design in useful technologies such as infra-red taps and toilet flushes, together with smart digital showering options which ensure our clients maintain as much independence for as long as possible.