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An accessible bathroom gives the user confidence and is beneficial for the whole family.Be inspired
The latest toilet technology available at our Eastbourne showroom.Be inspired
Incorporating the right accessible products into a home can help people with reduced mobility or disability stay in their home for as long as comfortably possible. An accessible home can improve a person’s quality of life and help prevent falls or accidents. Research shows that one in six people could benefit from accessible products.
Being accessible doesn’t mean compromising on design. We go to great lengths to ensure our products are stylish but most importantly making it easier for people to use all the facilities in their home. The main areas in a house that people need accessibility are in the kitchen and bathroom, so our wide range of carefully selected products improves the accessibility and safety of these areas. You can visit our showroom in Eastbourne to see the wide choice of products on display and discuss your requirements with our experts.