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Do you want to make your bathroom more accessible and make the place as safe and efficient as possible? If so, you are in the right place. Throughout this article, we will go through five ways to make your bathroom more accessible, like installing grab bars, placing a seat in the shower, lowering counters, sinks, and door handles, installing non-slip tiles, buying a roll-in shower, and how New Era Plumbing & Septic can help.


Installing Grab Bars

You may have seen grab bars installed in public restrooms. Did you know that you can also install it in your bathroom? A grab bar can benefit people who can’t easily be steady on their feet. Using the grab bar, one can easily transfer themselves from the toilet into a walker or wheelchair. Grab bars are not just limited to toilets. You can also install them in your shower or any place that can be slippery or hard to walk on. Learn more about installing grab bars by calling New Era Plumbing & Septic.

Placing A Seat In The Shower

If you want to make your shower more accessible, a shower seat can greatly help. This can be a stable chair in the shower, allowing you to maintain your balance in the slippery tub. If you are looking for a more advanced solution, there are built-in seats in showers that do not move at all and provide a stable environment for everyone.

Lowering Counters, Sinks, And Door Handles

Some people can find it hard to reach the counters, sinks, and door handles. Thankfully, you can have all these converted to be accessible for everyone. Lowering the counter allows you to wash your hands easily and open the door with no problem.

Installing Non-Slip Tiles

It is so easy for someone to fall in the bathroom. One of the common causes for this is the slippery floor. Thankfully, there are now non-slip tiles installed inside the bathrooms that prevent this common accident. Learn more about the benefits of non-slip tiles today.

Buy a roll-in Shower

Bathrooms have many parts that prevent a person from lifting their legs easily. So, there are now roll-in bathrooms that don't have any barriers. This allows a person to easily move around without having the common physical obstacles for people with disabilities and seniors. Learn more about the benefits of a roll-in shower by calling an experienced plumber today.

New Era Plumbing & Septic

To make your bathroom more accessible, you will want to work with an experienced plumbing service to make this as safe and efficient as possible. That’s where we come in. At New Era Plumbing & Septic, we are dedicated to providing quality services to our customers. With our dedication and affordable price plans, bathroom plumbing has never been easier. Call us today to learn more about us and our services or get more information on how you can make your bathrooms more accessible. What are you waiting for? Call us now.


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