Accessible Showers

Are you looking for a home modification that can make showering more comfortable and safer? Our dedicated professionals at Portland Accessibility Remodelers can help you find the solution to have relaxing showers once more.

  • Tile Roll-In Showers
  • Fiberglass Roll-In Showers
  • Safe Step
  • Handrails
  • Non-Slip Flooring
  • Shower Seats
  • Anti-Scald Faucets
  • Wet Room

Additional options to consider when thinking about installing an accessible shower:


Handrails in and around the shower provide you with additional safety as you shower. These handrails offer assistance and increased stability when you are stepping in and out of the shower.

Handrails are also a preventive measure against slips or falls in the shower.

Non-Slip Flooring

Made of slip-resistant materials, non-slip flooring offers you traction within the shower itself. There are different types of non-slip flooring available to suit your individual needs and preferences.

Anti-Scald Faucets

Anti-scald faucets prevent dangerously hot water from scalding sensitive skin. Anti-scald faucets work by using water pressure or temperature gauges to regulate water flow from the tap into the shower.

These faucets can also be a preventative measure against potential slips or falls if you have to move away quickly from water that is too hot.

Shower Seats

A shower seat can provide extra stability if you struggle with balance or find it uncomfortable to stand for the length of a shower. It is essential to factor in the space a shower seat might use when thinking about the overall size of an accessible shower.

Determining the space available will ensure there is ample room for you to move around within the shower. Accessible showers enable you to safely continue looking after your personal needs as independently as possible while you age-in-place.

With many accessible shower options to choose from, there is sure to be one that will suit your individual needs, taste, and budget.

Are you interested in making your home safer and more accessible?

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