Accessible Showers

Aging-In-Place Remodeling is an accessible bathroom specialist. We have performed hundreds of bathroom remodels and the majority of which involved replacing an existing tub or shower with a new, barrier free shower. Many of our clients had bathtubs or shower stalls with thresholds that made the shower inaccessible and/or too unsafe. In every case we were able to install a shower which made our clients feel comfortable and secure while bathing. Given our vast experience with accessible bathrooms, we are able to create shower environments that benefit the user as well as a loved one that may be helping them shower.

Shower Materials Aging-In-Place Remodeling Installs

Tile Roll-In Showers

A low-threshold Shower typically has a threshold that is no higher than 3”. When one considers that the average tub step-over height is 15” and the standard shower threshold height is 6”, it is obvious to see how much safer …

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Fiberglass Roll-In Showers

Aging-In-Place Remodeling primarily installs two types of shower systems, tile or fiberglass.  When clients want, or need, us to transform a bathtub or high-threshold shower into a low or no-threshold shower in a day we use a fiberglass system.  These systems are superior …

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Threshold Replacement

If you have an existing shower with a traditional step-over threshold it may be possible to modify just the threshold and leave the rest of the shower intact. This process is much quicker, less expensive, and can be much safer …

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Wet Room

One last option to be considered is a wet room. A wet room is essentially a large shower that has a toilet and vanity in it. A wet room will typically have one or two central drains and all areas of the room will be waterproofed. This design allows for a very open area that creates the ultimate accessible shower.