The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, regulates almost every specification in a bathroom, including toilet dimensions and installation, to ensure accessibility to all people. These tips are useful to help you find the right toilet to transform your bathroom into one that is ADA compliant. 1. Check the height Ideally, the toilet should be…

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GB specializes in remodeling homes for the physically challenged, mostly for those who are wheelchair-bound. In doing this kind of work, we try to assess what our client’s special needs are and fit the bathroom to their needs. We offer these accessibility guidelines for a bathroom sink that will look good and function well, no…

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When most people think about a one level (curbless) shower the words which come to mind are – Grandma, wheelchair, walker and handicapped. While a curbless shower certainly can be helpful for the elderly in a wheelchair or a person with mobility challenges to safely enjoy their shower, it’s about much more than that. A…

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