Bathroom Modifications

SPN provides accessible bathroom design services throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware. SPN can sell you the accessibility bathroom modifications for elderly equipment you need and ship it throughout the entire USA.

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Roll-In Showers For People with Limited Mobility

Roll in Showers are one of our many accessibility bathroom options. We provide your bathroom modern walk in shower adaptation with the most significant degree of craftsmanship to meet all ADA Compliance requirements. 

 

Advantages of Roll in Showers

  • Low threshold allows for a wheelchair or walker to roll over easily 

  • Increases accessibility and privacy

  • Assistance with entering into the shower may not be needed as often 

  • Roll-in showers take up less space than regular showers with curbs without feeling cramped

  • Eliminates the tight space and the feeling of being cramped

  • Easy to maintain and clean 

  • Easy to use for any both non-disabled and disabled members of the family, including children

  • Seniors appreciate the easy-access and privacy since they do not need to be helped into the shower as often

  • The absence of a high curb seems to be the most eye-catching feature of a roll-in shower

 

Disadvantages of Roll in Showers

  • No barrier to avoid water from escaping from the shower 

  • Bathroom temperature may vary as it might get chilly due to the open concept of the roll in shower (cold airflow

  • Many roll-in showers installations don’t have shower doors, which can get in the way of movement. The openness can make a user feel exposed

Walk-In Showers For People with Wheelchairs

Walk in showers are one of our many accessibility bathroom options. We provide your bathroom adaptation with the most significant degree of craftsmanship for wheelchair accessible vacation rentals with roll in shower to meet all ADA Compliance requirements. 

 

Advantages of Walk in Showers

  • More esthetically appealing

  • More privacy for the user

  • Eliminates the flow of water outside the shower area thanks to the threshold barrier. 

  • It is easy to clean a walk-in shower since most of the surfaces are flat and there are fewer corners or areas with less dirt or grime buildup

  • Can be installed in any bathroom size, as it can be customized to suit your actual space

 

 

Disadvantages of Walk in Showers

  • Not accommodating for Wheelchairs and Walkers. Far more difficult to transition and will most likely need assistance 

  • Assistance may be needed to access the shower due to the threshold. The threshold could be a trip hazard for those that are unaware or significantly disabled and don't have the independence 

  • Certain user may not be able to use shower if they don't have the flexibility in their legs

Walk-In Tubs For Handicap Bathroom Modifications

Walk-in Tubs are one of our many accessibility handicap bathroom modifications options. We provide your bathroom adaptation with the most significant degree of craftsmanship to meet all ADA Compliance requirements. 

 

Advantages of Walk in Tubs

  • Provides a different experience ability to soak in deeper warm water, many walking-tubs have hydrotherapy jets similar to what you would find in an outdoor hot tub

  • Safer and provides symptom relief

  • Easy to install 

  • An ultra-low step-in, handrails and a wide door make it easy to get in and out of the bath with ease

  • Offers comfort features that are not available in a typical tub or shower. Whirlpool jets, handrails, a handshower and a wide seat allow for a bathing experience that is more comfortable than a traditional bathtub

 

 

Disadvantages of Walk in Tubs

  • One of the most expensive bathroom modifications

  • Not accommodating to every disability 

  • Less privacy

  • Walk-in tubs hold more water than traditional bathtubs. The exact water capacity depends on the size of the bather and how much water is displaced

  • Requires user to sit in the tub while it fills

  • Takes longer to fill up the tub, however can be used as shower as well

  • The costs of a walk-in tub can be higher than the price of a typical bathtub