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Walk-In Showers
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Walk-In Showers in Buffalo

Walk-in showers are an important part of what we do at Hart Medical Design. Walk-in showers give our customers the ability to safely access their showers and can immediately improve bathroom accessibility and safety. Walk-in showers are also commonly referred to as roll-in showers, barrier free showers, zero-entry or zero-step showers.

Creating a safe and accessible bathroom is important for not only safety but for independence and quality of life. The installation of a walk-in shower can immediately improve our customers ability to maintain a normal daily routine. Traditional bathtubs or shower areas have a high lip or barrier which makes stepping over difficult or uncomfortable. Walk-in showers remove any barriers to bathing and can often have a sleek and modern look.

Installation Details

Walk-in showers are installed to meet the accessibility needs of our customers and their loved ones. Every walk-in shower project that Hart Medical Design completes is different. The team at Hart Medical Design can install a walk-in shower for almost every type of bathroom setting in the Buffalo and Rochester area.

The installation process for a walk-in shower begins with a free in-home consultation to determine the accessibility needs of our customers and how we can modify the existing bathroom configuration into a completely barrier-free area.

Most of our walk-in showers can be installed in 2-4 days. Walk-in showers are custom built for each customer. Some of the most customized projects – to include custom tile and extensive bathroom modification – can extend the overall length of the project.

Is there a warranty on the walk-in showers?

Hart Medical Design offers a one-year labor and material warranty.

Benefits of a Walk-in Shower

The benefits of installing a walk-in shower are numerous. A well-built walk-in shower is proven to reduce the risk of bathroom slips and falls, increase overall bathroom safety and peace-of-mind and enable our customers to maintain a bathing routine.

Installing a walk-in shower can enable people to shower while using a wheelchair. These showers can also enable those who have muscle weakness and overall limited mobility. Additionally, people who have been recently discharged from a rehabilitation facility, such as a skilled nursing facility, people who want to make their home more accessible so that they can age-in-place and those who need assistance with activities of daily living can all benefit from walk-in showers.