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Install a Shower Seat For Seniors With Full-Height Reinforcement

Whether you're an architect designing a senior living facility or are the owner/developer of the property, a few facts likely remain. First and foremost, you want your residents to be safe and comfortable. At the same time, you don't want to sacrifice quality of materials or aesthetics when it comes to making design choices. And, of course, compliance with ADA guidelines and recommendations is a must.

How Senior Living Developers Maximize Their Budget For Shower Units

Selecting a shower for seniors requires careful attention to compliance with ADA standards and...

The 5 Features You Need In a Safe Shower For Seniors

Safety is a core concern of accessible shower design for senior living facilities and assisted...

Enhance Your Senior Living Architecture With These Stunning Showers

There’s a stereotype of senior living architecture that suggests it needs to look sterile or...

4 Touches That Make a Senior Living Development Feel Like Home

The comforts of home are important for residents moving into a senior living development. Moving...

Senior Living Design and ADA Compliant Bathrooms Go Hand-in-Hand

ADA compliance is a top priority in effective senior living design. However, ensuring you meet...

3 One-Piece Fiberglass Shower Stalls That Meet Strict Compliance Codes

It’s possible for shower stalls to meet strict compliance codes without sacrificing comfort or...

6 Tips for Comparing One-Piece Fiberglass Showers

Not all shower stalls are created equal. When comparing your options, consider both form and...

Download Revit Files for Fiberglass One Piece Shower Units

Designers rely on Building Information Modeling (BIM) software applications to construct their next...

The Benefits of a T-Shaped Shower Dam

There’s so much more to an accessible shower stall than just the shower itself. When you’re...