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Safety features for easy access

To ensure the ultimate stress-free and relaxing showering experience, our products can be fitted with the following safety measures: Slip-resistant surfaces on shower trays: To make your bathing safer, we fit our showers and wet rooms with slip-resistant surfacing to avoid any accidental slips or falls.

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Large and small bathing options that cater to any bathroom size

Our walk-in showers are designed and adapted for a variety of different bathrooms, so no matter how awkwardly shaped or small your room is, we will still find solutions so you are able to experience the pleasure of one of our walk-in showers or wet rooms.

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Bathrooms for carer access and wheelchair users

The Inspire disability shower puts ease of access first, therefore, it’s a fantastic choice for anybody who needs assistance when bathing. The folding doors, in a choice of either tempered safety glass or polycarbonate safety glazing, are half height to help with assisted bathin

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What is a walk-in shower?

How do walk-in showers differ from other showers? Unlike many showers, Premier Care walk-in showers standalone rather than as part of a bath. They also offer an ultra-low-level lip (from 40mm in height) providing a very small step into the shower tray. This ensures low-level access and reduces the risks of tripping.

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What are the advantages of a wet room?

In a wet room, there are no shower trays to step into or shower doors to close – everything is on one level – making it the most accessible bathroom option for those who find it difficult getting in and out of the shower or bat

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How does a wet room work?

A wet room is designed to make bathing as easy as possible. It gets rid of any obstacles in the way – the shower tray and door – so you can simply enter the bathroom, turn on the shower and w

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What is a wet room?

A wet room is a waterproof bathroom where there is no shower tray to step into or shower cubicle door to close. The room is designed to be completely open, with a shower floor that’s flush with the rest of the bathroom.

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What are the main safety features of a walk-in shower?

For your safety and comfort, all our showers are fitted with low-access, slip-resistant trays; high-quality, tempered safety glass; and attractive, comfortable seats. Thermostatically controlled water systems with Cool Touch technology also ensure a consistent water temperature while remaining cool to the touch.

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How does a walk-in shower differ from a normal shower?

Our walk-in showers have an ultra-low-level lip – from just 40mm in height – to ensure the smallest possible step into the shower tray. This makes entering and exiting much safer compared to a normal shower, reducing the risk of tripping or falling, and helping to prevent injury.

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How high are your shower trays?

Our ultra-low shower trays start at 40mm in height. In some circumstances, these can be sunk into the floor to offer a lower or level access threshold.

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