Safe & Comfortable bathrooms for all abilities
Make your bathroom accessible for all with our specialized accessible bathroom design. Accessibility features support independence in mobility for those with disabilities and help the elderly age in place.
An open floor design
Wider doorways, no doors, no thresholds.
This wheelchair accessible bathroom design ensures easy entry for everyone, including those in wheelchairs.
A curbless shower
No lip at the door and a slope to the drain. The shower floor or pan is usually below the floor level, and this requires an experienced contractor like Bay State.
It is best to reinforce the bathroom walls during remodeling. Anti-slip, textured, and exotic bars add support and look great.
Shower bench and handheld shower, and/or a step-in bathtub
Ideal for people with limited ability or disabilities due to age or other reasons.
It offers optimum usage of space and is easy to clean and maintain. It opens up more space on the floor.
Lever handles and faucets or no-touch faucets
They are easy to use by people with disabilities.
WHY MAKE YOUR BATHROOM ACCESSIBLE?
Modest changes during a bathroom remodel can increase accessibility.
Making your bathroom accessible can help improve safety, increase independence, and enhance functionality, especially for people with disabilities or mobility issues.
An accessible bathroom can be luxurious and upscale, even spa-like, with some creative effort, planning, and the help of an understanding contractor like Bay State Remodeling.
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BARRIER-FREE BATHROOMS FOR THE MODERN HOME
Our approach to bathroom design for the disabled ensures that aesthetics meet functionality.
We’re experts in ADA restroom requirements and always incorporate the most modern handicap bathroom ideas. So, whether you’re keen on a bathroom conversion from tub to shower or need a complete wheelchair bathroom layout, our team has you covered.
With Bay State, a barrier-free bathroom design doesn’t mean compromising on style.
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Frequently Asked Questions
An accessible bathroom design transforms your typical bathroom into a wheelchair accessible bathroom, enhancing its utility for people with disabilities or the elderly. It involves structural and functional changes like adding handicap bathroom floor plans and features tailored for those with reduced mobility, age-related disabilities, or ADA bathroom dimensions.
We recommend that you consider both your current abilities and your future needs. You may currently need simple assistance features, such as grab bars next to the toilet, sink, and in the shower.
If you anticipate increased limited mobility, we recommend including features that enhance ease-of-use, safety, or wheelchair access. Bay State Remodeling’s experienced team can recommend tips specific to your needs.
Not at all. At Bay State Remodeling, we prioritize both aesthetics and barrier-free bathroom design. We provide a range of materials that beautifully merge with your home’s décor while ensuring wheelchair bathroom layout compliance.
Remodeling for handicapped access need not be more costly than a typical bathroom remodel in Boston. We suggest changes that align with your budget while ensuring bathroom accessibility solutions and ADA restroom requirements.
A well-planned, attractive remodel is an investment for any home. Incorporating accessibility features in your bathrooms and kitchen may allow you to safely live many more years in your home, which is investing in yourself.
If you need accessibility features now and wish to remain in your home for several more years, it is smart to do the work now. If you wait, you may not have the required safety features when you need them. Waiting may cost more or be more inconvenient.
The team at Bay State Remodeling can devise a plan that addresses your short- and long-term needs. Although we can break the process into stages, we recommend keeping the big picture in mind. Completing a remodel in one stage ensures that critical safety and access features are available for current and future needs.
Safety and ease of use are top priorities in a remodel for aging in place.
Wheelchair-accessible features include widening doorways, ensuring an adequate turning radius, and installing a wall-mounted sink and shelving that are easy to reach from a seated position. Other accessibility features include curbless showers, walk-in tubs, hands-free faucets, nonslip flooring, and good lighting.
Kitchens can also be remodeled with aging-in-place features. Call Bay State Remodeling to discuss your needs.
The best way to answer this question is to evaluate your needs and limitations. Your family, friends and loved ones can help because they have your best interests at heart.
Many accessibility options are available that allow older adults or people with disabilities to live in their homes safely for years. Repairs that enhance safety and accessibility make it easier to perform day-to-day tasks and remain independent. Bay State Remodeling’s experienced staff can help you plan for current and future needs.
Select a contractor who has experience with accessible bathroom remodeling. Ask for references, and call them. Review the contractor’s portfolio to get an idea about their quality of work and aesthetics. Verify that the contractor is licensed, insured and bonded.
At Bay State Remodeling, we are proud to display our credentials. Our extensive portfolio shows our creativity, aesthetics and ability to complete remodeling of any complexity. Give us a call to evaluate your project. We can transform your bathroom into a highly functional, beautiful, accessible space.
Bay State Remodeling brings a unique blend of expertise and ADA bathroom design guidelines to the table. We focus on both aesthetics and functionality, ensuring your bathroom doesn’t just look great but also meets residential ADA bathroom requirements.
We at Bay State Remodeling are experts in ADA compliant design. From ADA bathroom layout with shower to small ADA bathroom layout, we make sure everything is up to ADA requirements. We always suggest a curbless shower, which is best for a wheelchair user. We also add grab bars on the walls, and all ADA-compliant finishes are sourced from suppliers who can supply ADA-compliant finishes for accessible bathroom remodeling.
A bathroom conversion from tub to shower can enhance accessibility, especially if you’re aiming for an accessible shower design. We can guide you on this based on your specific needs.
Our team at Bay State Remodeling is brimming with disabled bathroom design ideas and executions. From handicap shower layouts to bathroom design for wheelchair users, we can share a plethora of options with you.
Bay State Remodeling is Boston’s #1 choice for handicap restroom design and accessible bathroom renovation. Just give us a call to discuss your project and get started!
At Bay State Remodeling, we are proud to display our credentials. Our extensive portfolio shows our creativity, aesthetics, and ability to complete remodeling of any complexity. Give us a call to evaluate your project. We can transform your bathroom into a highly functional, beautiful, accessible space.