As the place where you get ready in the mornings and come the relax in the afternoon, the bathroom of your home is truly one of the virtual spaces in your house. However, for those with limited mobility issues, utilizing the bathroom can feel anything but relaxing. We're here to tell you that you don't have to live in fear anymore—and share with you the top three ways that you can make your bathroom more accessible.

However, before we spill our secrets, we thought you might want to know a little more about us. Since 1983, Sho-Pro Indiana has been a leading bathroom remodeling company offering comprehensive solutions. With a team of highly trained experts and access to top-of-the-market products, we can help our customers achieve the bathroom of their dreams.

Now that you know a little more about us let's talk about the top three ways that you can make your bathroom more accessible.

Walk-In Tub Installation

This is one of the most common ways to achieve an ADA-compliant bathroom. Walk-in tubs are great for those with limited mobility because they offer safe entry and exit to and from the tub. Even more, with optional massage jets, a walk-in tub is a great way to transform your ordinary bathroom into an extraordinary bathroom. You can even choose to add a shower attachment to your walk-in tub to make it multi-functional.

Roll-In Showers

For those who use a wheelchair, a roll-in shower is an excellent solution to make your bathroom safer. Barrier-free showers allow you to simply move in and out of the shower without needing any assistance. You'll enjoy a refreshing sense of regained independence with a solution like this. Even better, roll-in showers can be installed quickly, so you can start enjoying your new ADA-compliant shower right away.

Additional Accessories

Whether you choose a walk-in tub or roll-in shower for your home, you'll have options for additional accessories that can help you to achieve an even safer space. Choose from solutions like ADA-complaint grab bars, comfortable seating, easy-to-reach controls, and more.

Get in Touch with Our Team of Experts Today

We believe that the bathroom should be a place of peace and relaxation, not fear and anxiety. When you partner with Sho-Pro Indiana, you'll enjoy access to ADA-compliant safe bathroom solutions that can help you to regain your freedom. Give us a call today or fill out the online form for your free, no-obligation estimate.