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PRODUCTS & SERVICES


NEACO LAUNCH NEW COLOUR OPTIONS FOR STYLISH ADAPTIVE BATHING


neaco’s Freedom range of support fittings for adaptive bathrooms now includes an exciting new choice of contemporary and classic colours.


The new powder coated options are available for a wide variety of support products, including hinged support rails, back rests, grab rails, hinged shower seats, portable bath seats and matching accessories such as towel rails, coat hooks, toilet roll holders, shelves and tilt-adjustable mirrors. The contemporary selection also offers vibrant options to add a burst of colour to bathroom schemes. Alternatively,


the new classic selection complements the country-style look with rich and rustic colours to furnish bathrooms with a more traditional aesthetic.


Now available alongside some attractive metallic finishes, including chrome-effect, the new colours complement neaco’s Aluseal half- height shower enclosures and their Neatdek three shower grille. The three shower system is unique as a system which provides true-level- access onto a gradient-free showering area, making it the ideal option for wheelchair users in particular.


Freedom support fittings are corrosion-free with smooth lines that are warm and comfortable to the touch. Rails have been fully insulated with a sure and positive


grip and all items provide heavy- duty performance with exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. All products are backed by a Lifetime Guarantee.


neaco was established in 1972 to design and manufacture a range of open grille flooring products. The company's design and engineering expertise facilitated expansion into related product areas, including handrails, balustrade, balconies and structural glass and a wide range of adaptive bathing facilities. With all manufacturing taking place at its extensive Malton factory, the company supplies products to architects, designers, builders, contractors, developers, care professionals and end users.


www.neaco.co.uk


SIGNS FOR


ALL SIZES Badgemaster have recently launched a new, top quality door sign range, which has already been well received by a plethora of Residential and Nursing Homes.


The range comprises gold and silver plates with replaceable engraved inserts that are clear, durable and easily changed. Clients can choose from two sizes, 25mm x 200mm or 50mm x 200mm, and benefit from signs complete with handy end-stops that ensure rooms are securely identified.


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Badgemaster are able to create signs to suit all requirements, including the name of the room or room user. The new range of doorplates can also be fitted within five days or less, and if the room use or details change the service for replacement inserts is just as quick and efficient.


A full range of recognised international symbols, directional arrows and Braille are also available to suit all care homes and their residents. Slide-across room status facilities can also be installed including Vacant/Engaged and Do Not Disturb signs, as well as corporate logos for a small extra cost.


Badgemaster have won the Hospital Management Today Award for Top Performer in the signage category four times and so are confident they can provide the best for their clients.


For more information visit www.badgemaster.co.uk


www.tomorrowscare.co.uk


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