Accessibility Solutions in St. Louis and Surrounding Area
Even with limited mobility, you can still enjoy every aspect of your bathroom with our accessibility solutions. Regardless of what mobility issues you have, we help you overcome challenges in your bathroom so you can make full use of your glorious space. It’s time to make your daily life easier, and we can help.
- Ensuring excellent home comfort in St. Louis and the surrounding area since 1991
- Experienced, knowledgeable, and licensed technicians
- Quality services at affordable prices
We can install wheelchair accessible plumbing solutions such as wheel-in showers, and plan your remodel around making fixtures more accessible from wheelchair height. Whether it’s that or providing walk-in showers, Performance Plumbing is here to help you make the most of your bathroom despite limited mobility and the challenges it presents.
Call today to put the power of Performance Plumbing to work for you.
How Do Accessibility Solutions Work?
Every home is different, and if you suffer from accessibility issues here in St. Louis and surrounding areas, you need a solution that fits your specific needs. That involves consultation with a trained expert and a thorough inspection of your bathroom or other affected space. In some cases, it might mean adding simple lever faucets or perhaps a shower seat. In others, it might be much more extensive: walk–in shows, wheel–in showers, comfort height toilets and similar installations.
We have the experience you need not only to install wheelchair accessible plumbing and senior solutions for those with mobility issues, but to keep those installations maintained and repaired so that you never need to worry about problems. All of our installations are ADA compliant, so contact our team today and let us show you what we can do!
What are the Benefits?
The benefits of such devices as wheelchair accessible showers, shower seats and similar ADA compliant additions are self apparent to anyone who has ever struggled with accessibility issues. More specifically, they need to meet three provisions:
- Ease of Use. The installation needs to make using the outlet easier for the person or persons involved.
- Safety. No one should have to worry about falls or similar injuries when taking a shower or using the sink. The installation needs to be safe and secure for regular, daily use.
- Style. The new addition needs to fit in with the style of your existing bathroom, appearing like a seamless part of the overall aesthetic.
Count on Us to Do It All
Wheelchair-accessible showers, comfort-height toilets, lever faucets, and other installations designed to improve accessibility for people with limited mobility need to be set up with long-term functionality in mind. Your new space needs to work smoothly and conveniently not only in the short-term, but for many months and years to come.