What Are Some Different Types of Disabled Walk-in Showers?


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The Aspire, Transform and Vigorate walk-in showers from PremierBathing.com are different types of walk-in showers. The Aspire features triple panel doors and a fold-down wooden seat, while the Transform features half-height doors that balance privacy with easy access. The Vigorate features bi-fold half-height doors. Some types of walk-in barrier-free showers are designed to replace a standard bathtub, while others are designed to be part of a complete bathroom remodel.

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Barrier-free showers are installed on the same level as the bathroom floor, so that users can walk or roll in without having to go over a step or ledge. FreedomShowers.com's offers showers in sizes ranging from 48 inches by 37 inches to 72 inches by 36.25 inches. A separate range of showers is available for commercial bathrooms that need to meet American Disabilities Act requirements. Most of the FreedomShowers.com showers feature reinforced bases and every model includes non-slip flooring.

Walk-in showers are also available from ComfortWalkInTubs.com. The S-101 wheelchair accessible shower is the most popular ADA shower on the market as of 2016, and is designed to fit into almost any existing bathroom. ComfortWalkInTubs.com's range also includes walk-in showers with molded seats, and large walk-in showers that are Veterans Affairs approved.

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