Our wet room offerings provide the perfect solution for those clients looking to fully future-proof their homes. Our experienced team are passionate about delivering superior products and providing clients with the right advice to make an informed decision that meets their individual needs.
The greatest benefit of a wet room is that it removes the need to step over a tray before and after showering, as the wet room is installed flush with the floor. This provides excellent accessibility for those with limited mobility, allowing them to enter and exit the space easily. What’s more, with our stylish range of anti-slip safety flooring options, shower panelling and wall tiling, you don’t have to compromise on the design and aesthetics of the bathroom.
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Wet rooms differ from walk-in showers as they do not have a built-in shower cubicle with a shower tray. In essence, the disabled wet room itself becomes the shower cubicle. This means that the shower area becomes much larger, offering excellent wheelchair access with the ability to comfortably manoeuvre.
However, individuals with limited mobility and care professionals recognise turning an entire room into a safe and practical wet room/showering area as the complete solution, providing a safe showering experience.
Therefore, people fully waterproof wet rooms to ensure there are no leaks or any water damage, and they design them to be easy to clean and maintain with easy-rinse surfaces and few nooks and crannies where dirt can accumulate.
Wet rooms will always have safety features installed to make the showering experience even easier, including grab bars, low thresholds, and shower chairs, catering to disabled users with unique needs.
Our assessors will discuss these important safety features with you in detail before figuring out the best long-term solutions for your space.
Thus, with EA Mobility, you can enjoy high-end products and a straightforward installation process. Additionally, our fittings are built to last with a 1-year warranty on all installations, in addition to each product’s manufacturer guarantee.
We’ve helped hundreds of people across the country to live more freely at home. Here are some of the most common questions asked by customers about our disabled wet room solutions:
What is a Wet Room?
A wet room is a room that has been fully waterproofed and is designed to be used as a walk-in shower area. It usually does not have any walls or doors and is on the same level as the bathroom floor – this makes it an ideal choice for wheelchair users who may find it difficult to get in and out of a shower with a lip. Removing unnecessary obstacles by installing specialist fixtures like low-level sinks and toilets also makes wheelchair access far simpler.
Do Wet Rooms Have Toilets?
Many wet rooms also have a toilet, removing the need for two separate spaces. There are a variety of toilets suitable for a wet room, including smart toilets and accessible toilets of varying heights. During the planning process, our designers will consider your entire bathroom space so that the end product is the best solution for your particular set of circumstances.
Why Choose a Wet Room?
A wet room is designed to allow its user to bathe more independently, by removing any barriers and steps that can make showering difficult or unsafe. A wet room also allows the user to be able to stay in their own home for longer, without worrying about a lack of accessibility due to mobility issues. After installing wet rooms in homes across the country, we have observed that a wet room can drastically improve the well-being and quality of life of the elderly, disabled people, and those with limited mobility.
How Much Do Wet Rooms Cost?
The price of a wet room can vary hugely, depending on factors like the size of the room, any fixtures or fittings you require, and how much work is needed to make sure it’s fully waterproofed.
Our team are always happy to answer your queries and provide a quote for free, after an initial visit. What’s more, we offer finance options starting at just £99 per month – which means you can split the cost into affordable monthly payments. Read more about finance options here.
Can I Install a Wet Room in a Small Space?
Yes, you can adapt a small space into a wet room. However, you must ensure that the area is waterproofed correctly and meets the minimum design requirements – our experts can help you to achieve this. When designing a wet room for a small space, it’s important to make sure that you maximise every inch of available space.
Our designers have worked with a huge range of bathroom sizes and shapes and will be able to advise on how best to adapt yours so that it meets your needs and budget.
Who Are Wet Rooms Designed For?
A wide range of people can benefit from wet rooms, including:
- People with mobility difficulties, such as wheelchair users
- Those with limited dexterity who need more accessible shower solutions
- Elderly people, who often require extra support in the bathroom
- Individuals who want to modernise their bathrooms and add value to their home
Wet rooms suit everyone, regardless of your requirements, by combining design, style, and practicality into a stylish space.
Are Wet Rooms Easy to Clean?
A wet room is generally straightforward to clean, particularly compared to traditional bathrooms. Most wet room walls are tiled, making it easy to wipe down surfaces and keep them clean, and the non-slip flooring in disabled wet rooms is designed so that there are few fiddly or hard-to-reach places.
To maintain your wet room, we simply recommend the following:
- Regularly check the sealant for any signs of damage or wear and tear and replace if necessary
- Use a long-handled squeegee to clean excess moisture off walls, and push leftover water into the drain. This will prevent bacteria build-up
- Clean any grout lines in between tiles to avoid mould build-up
- Use a good quality, anti-slip floor cleaner to keep your non-slip flooring looking as good as new