What to consider when installing a bathroom on the ground floor

People with mobility problems often find it increasingly difficult to make their way upstairs to the bathroom and most houses built before the 1980s don’t have downstairs facilities. For people that live alone, the climb upstairs can become more and more dangerous due to the risk of tripping and having no one around to assist. […]

Colour schemes for luxurious wetrooms – what to go for

Wet rooms are open plan which makes them look bigger and more spacious. Their design is modern and best of all they offer straightforward access for people with restricted mobility. They are step free and without trip hazards which is really helpful to people with conditions which cause them to fall easily. Having decided to […]

Walk in shower or walk in bath – what’s best for you?

When you are planning a new mobility friendly bathroom in Edinburgh then one of the biggest dilemmas you will face is whether to install a walk in shower or a walk in bath. It is a situation many people face as you usually only have the space for one or the other so which should […]

Walk in Bath

Walk in shower or walk in bath – what’s best for you?

When you are planning a new mobility friendly bathroom in Edinburgh then one of the biggest dilemmas you will face is whether to install a walk in shower or a walk in bath. It is a situation many people face as you usually only have the space for one or the other so which should […]

The Importance of Retaining Your Independence

Our customers tell us that one of the worst aspects of losing mobility is the loss of independence. Whatever your age and level of disability the thought of not being able to get around and having to rely on others to take care of your personal bathing and toilet needs is one that is difficult […]