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Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Jul 25, 2011 @ 14:07 PM

Home Builders for Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms

 Accessible Home Ideas for your new Raleigh Accessible Home

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

Stanton Homes is an industry leading accessible, universal, certified Aging in Place and VA-approved Specially Adapted Housing custom home builder.

Whether you start with a plan that is designed for accessibility, ask us to modify or create a new plan, we can build in wider hallways and doorways, entry ways, turning radius, non-slip flooring, ramps and walkways, special lighting, roll out or pull out shelving, easy grope door, faucet and drawers, accessible switches, no step entries, roll-in showers, ADA roll-under countertops and work spaces, and whatever else you need. 

Here's examples of these accessible home requirements: 

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Wider Hallways and Doors, with Turning Radius:

Accessible baths should have room for maneuvering with a 5 Foot Minimum Diameter:

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Safety Features:

Non-slip flooring and special lighting. Natural light is an important consideration for aging in place and accessible baths: 

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Easy to Use 

Roll out or pull out shelving, easy grope door, faucet and drawers, and accessible switches are seemingly small details that can make a big difference in wheelchair accessibility of a bath:  

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with no Step Entries, Roll-in Showers

This roll-in shower has a small ramp leading in: 

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with ADA Roll-Under Counter Tops and Work Spaces

Knee Space Under Countertops and Reduced Height Countertops are key accessible bath features. This powder room has an accessible vanity with space for a wheelchair to roll underneath: 

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms | Accessible Home Builders Raleigh

 

 

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