Bathroom / September 4, 2018 / Sadie Brumfield
But for anyone who wants to age in place, though, it can be very worthwhile to have a bathroom that is comfortable and safe to use easily as needs change. From something as simple as sensor lights to adding another bathroom, there are options and considerations for anyone who intends to stay in place. But without a clear picture of what you really want to do with your project, you may find that the costs continue to rise and the needed changes either do not get completed or are not what you really expected.
A tight space can feel claustrophobic, especially for someone who may not get around that easily. This may make it necessary to move a wall to create a larger bathroom to ensure an adequate turning radius for a wheelchair and plenty of space for someone with a walker to get around the bathroom safely. Thinking carefully through these clearance issues will help provide for both safety and comfort for you no matter how you may need to get around.Continue Reading