Easy Accessibility with a Roll-In Shower
For many, an accessible shower means a roll-in shower. Accessible showers are often referred to as a handicap shower or a wheelchair shower. The biggest difference between a walk-in shower and a roll-in shower is the zero barrier threshold and larger size required for roll in showers. Home Access Remodeling is experienced at designing and building roll-in showers to fit your particular needs. A beautiful and accessible tile shower not only provides access but can also add to the “wow factor” and resale value of your home.
Those seeking a roll-in shower will often benefit from a roll under vanity. These wheelchair accessible sinks give you efficient access to your vanity top and faucet and provide room to maneuver.
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A roll-in shower has no or very little threshold, allowing easy access for someone to easily roll in using a shower chair. To provide the room required to accommodate a shower chair, roll-in showers often need to be substantially larger than a traditional shower.
Home Access Remodeling designs and builds accessible sinks / roll-under vanities to meet the needs of the user. Countertop height, drawer locations, and faucet type are all customized.
Walk-in tubs are often preferred for therapeutic or relaxation purposes. Options include air or water jets, quick drain systems, dedicated water heaters, and others.