Accessible Bathrooms

Why BMAS Walk in Baths?

​When it comes to walk in baths, safety and comfort are paramount. However, it’s the little details that truly set BMAS apart. Our walk in baths come equipped with a range of accessories, including mixer level taps, thermostatically controlled water flow, grab rails, non-slip bases, shower head attachments and hydrotherapy spa options.

At BMAS, we maintain an extensive inventory of taps, thermostatic fail-safe mixing valves, and both single and twin impeller pumps to improve water flow where needed. Since every walk-in bath installation is unique, we offer a variety of options and choices to tailor your bathroom to your needs, making it safe and accessible.

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All the chaps that came were so polite, friendly and helpful – it was a pleasure to have them working for us. We are so pleased with the end result. So, once more a big thank you for everything. Yours Sincerely.

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BMAS are really the TOPS. My husband Nick coming home from St Columba’s Hospice made a Wet Room essential. This was all new to me and on making enquiries BMAS was highly recommended. The finished Wet Room is fantastic.

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What is a walk-in bath?

Simply put, a walk-in bath is a bath with a door in. The door allows you to step in and out safely over a low threshold, avoiding the risks often faced with a traditional bath when mobility starts to become an issue.

How does a walk-in bath work?

A walk-in bath works by utilising a water-tight door. That is why buying a quality walk-in tub is very important. You step in, close the door, and safely fill the tub using a thermostatic tap or filler. The filler maintains a safe temperature to avoid scalding. Once you have finished bathing you can drain the bath before opening the door and safely step out. Filling and draining times vary depending on your system. Some baths have double drainage points to speed up the process. This is something we consider when surveying your current bathroom and plumbing. Contact us for your free bathroom survey.

Can you use a walk-in bath as a shower?

Many bath models allow for a shower screen or curtain to be fitted above the bath. So yes, you can shower in your walk-in bath if you fancy a change. Alternatively, you can replace your traditional bath with a walk-in shower with a seat if this is more suitable.

How much is a walk-in bath?

There are many types of walk-in baths available, from compact baths to baths with powered seats. They can be full-length, or compact ‘upright’ baths which make the most of the space available. They can have optional extras, such as spas or chromotherapy. Don’t forget to consider floor and wall coverings as well as any plumbing changes, furniture and sanitary ware. The best way to get a fixed price for the most suitable walk-in bath is by contacting our team for a free design survey.

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