Menomonee Falls Accessible Bathroom
Highlights of this Menomonee Falls Accessible Bathroom
- A wider door and hallway
- Wheelchair-friendly surfaces; no thresholds
- A Bath layout to accommodate wheelchair turning radius
- Accessible, open and zero-threshhold shower, vanity, and grab bars
Jim and Sue had lived in their Menomonee Falls home for a number of years. When health problems confined Sue to a wheelchair, they were grateful they lived in a Ranch styled home with their master bedroom suite on the main floor. However, they still needed adaptations to make the home wheelchair-friendly and make their live a little easier. To accomplish this, a full bathroom renovation was done by Klassen Remodeling & Design.
Wheelchair Accessible Bathroom
Wheelchair Accessible BathroomRemodeling the bathroom in the Menomonee Falls home to be more accessible required an open space under the sink, and the mirror hung low and tilted.
Curbless ShowerThe square tub for this Menomonee Falls bathroom remodel was replaced by this barrier free shower. Grab bars "disguised as" towel bars provide ample stability.