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28 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS SUPPLEMENT Level Access Shower Enclosures


and supplying products to projects across the World. They have recently launched innovative Level Access Sliding Door Shower Enclosures into four of their ranges – all covering different price points. Over the past 10 years showering has seen a huge shift towards inclusive products, which have now become firmly mainstream. It has been well reported that within the UK


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we have an ageing population, and according to the latest UK census it is the highest it has ever been. Alongside this Work and Pensions highlight that in Britain there are over 11 million people with a limiting long term illness, impairment or disability. This is a driving trend towards making the home and the bathroom easier to use and more functional. As the UK has an ageing population, along with much of the wealth being held by the older generation, manufacturers are designing products to suit the needs of this market. When it comes to making a bathroom


purchase, this market is looking for something which will last for many years, so they look for products which are of high quality, but also designed to make their lives easier as they grow older. The older generation or disabled user is no longer satisfied with a traditionally disabled product, they want to create a stylish and inviting bathroom, which also happens to offer easy access. In showering Roman eliminate the step up


into the shower by using low level shower trays , install handles that can be used with a flat hand and only need low grip strength and they offer a large collection of wetroom panels and walk-ins. Style is always at the forefront of Roman’s


designer’s minds when designing products and although they want to make their lives easier, they are not looking to install traditionally ‘disabled’ products. There are a range of stylish products now available, which also offer easy access – but these have been designed to give your bathroom a modern boutique look at the same time. Roman’s Level Access Sliding Door is truly


innovative within its market. The leading shower designer and manufacturer have introduced this innovative Sliding Door into their Decem, Lumin8, Embrace, and Haven Ranges. So it has been launched in 6mm, 8mm and 10mm thick glass and at 1900mm, 1950mm and 2000mm high. The Level Access Sliding Door creates true level entry access – thus making the bathroom totally inclusive for the whole family. With the ageing population this product offers a totally inclusive solution for all ages and abilities. The key role for a successful inclusively designed product is that it looks completely on trend and is enjoyed by all users, but it also solves a


Decem Level Access Sliding Door Enclosure


problem for those users who need a bit of help and designed consideration – in this case removing any step or threshold. The innovative element to this sliding door is that the bottom rail (which you usually have a small step into the enclosure) can be minimal or completely barrier free, whilst still maintaining water integrity. The fixed panel glass fits straight to the tray and then a chrome brass spring locking system


holds the door in place and allows it to move more smoothly – and swing out for cleaning. The deflector strip on the bottom of the door has been tested and approved for power showers, but if further certainty is required then there is an optional strip to go along between the panel and frame.


01325 311 318 www.roman-showers.com


oman Limited is one of the UK’s market leading shower designers and manufacturers based in County Durham


Embrace Level Access Sliding Door Enclosure


WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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