Adapted bathroom options for your home

Here at Lancashire Installations, we are leading bathroom fitters. From stylish, practical wet rooms, to full bathroom re-designs, we have the skills and the experience to take on any bathroom project. And this extends to adapted bathrooms too. There are a wide range of options available to help make your bathroom more accessible, and more practical depending on your individual requirements. So to help you make the most out of your bathroom redesign, this is our guide to adapted bathroom options for your home.


There are a lot of options you can choose from to help make your shower more practical, and easier to use. From simple solutions like shower chairs and grab rails, to full shower designs and wet rooms, we offer a wide range of services.

Shower chairs can be a great option for your shower. Designed to help those who might be at risk when standing for periods of time, the shower chair can help you maintain your independence and access a nice warm shower. Paired with some safety rails, or grab rails, a shower large enough for a shower chair and safety rails can be a real asset.

A low profile shower tray is another option for an adapted bathroom. If you have difficulty stepping over obstacles, getting into and out of the shower can be a real problem. That’s why we can install a low lip, low profile shower tray. With a much smaller step into and out of the shower, as well as a helpfully positioned grab rail to reduce the fall risk, you should be able to enjoy a relaxing shower in a safe environment.

Fixture height

If you are a wheel chair user, the height of bathroom fixtures can be a real issue. In many cases, the sinks and toilets are too high, and cannot be accessed safely, or comfortably. That’s why as part of our bathroom adaptations, we can offer bathroom fixtures that are perfectly positioned for you to enjoy your independence, and your bathroom, comfortably.

In addition, for some people with mobility issues, standing up, and sitting down can be a real challenge. And this means that sinks and toilet fixtures need to be raised, to help make them easier to access.

Additional adapted bathroom options for your home

We can also offer:

  • walk in baths
  • full wet rooms
  • nonslip flooring
  • alarm systems
  • wider doorways

For more information or advice, get in touch today, here at Lancashire Installations.