As an expert in home mobility remodeling, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Aiken offers our Independence by Design™ service to help you create safer and more accessible home remodeling projects. If you’re planning a more accessible aging-in-place design for your conversion project, here’s what you need to know.
When it comes to aging-in-place design, converting your existing bathtub into a shower is a great way to make your new bathroom more accessible. If you’re not sure where to start, you can always request a bathroom quote from prospective contractors. Just make sure to work with an experienced contractor who can guide you through each step of the process.
Benefits of an Accessible Shower Conversion
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention define aging in place as the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age, income or ability level. As such, an accessible shower is one of many features to include when designing your bathroom remodel with this concept in mind.
An accessible shower is much safer for seniors to use. Common safety features include grab bars, non-slip tiles and lever handles, which may not jump out in the design but subtly prevent accidental slips and falls.
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As your best choice when searching online for a “remodeler near me”, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Aiken knows how to make your dream bathroom remodel a reality! We will make sure to listen to your needs and preferences, guaranteeing solutions are reflected in your remodeling design. To get started, call DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Aiken at (803) 335-1758 or fill out our contact form. Our service areas include Aiken, North Augusta, Graniteville, New Ellenton, Beech Island, Barnwell and Edgefield Park, as well as nearby communities.