adam. walk in shower. April 22nd , 2018.
Wet rooms are a relatively newcomer to home design. They are so new, in fact, that many people are not aware of what they are. They are fully enclosed, waterproof bathrooms that serve as large shower areas. One way to think about it is to imagine a large room full of shower heads with a gently sloping floor to allow for drainage. These rooms are completely waterproofed to protect the areas below, above, and adjacent from any kind of moisture that may lead to damage and dangerous mold.
People affected with restricted mobility need not to worry any more when taking showers. There is a variety of disability showers offered by different companies to meet their every bathing need.
When it comes to embracing the shower culture, it has to be admitted that the UK came late to the party. One of the reasons for this could be the miniscule shower cubicles that many of us shoehorned into already tight bathroom spaces. On a cold winters morning there is nothing worse than showering with arms and legs held rigid to avoid involuntary body contact with shudderingly cold tiles.
We are seeing a growing number of Baby Boomers reaching retirement age. Along with advancing years comes the reality of aches and pains and limited mobility. A walk in tub can be a wonderful solution to limited mobility and being able to continue to care for your personal hygiene.
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