For those lacking strength or balance our range of accessible shower trays can be essential. Whether your requirement is for cubicle construction or wet room style, the Absolute Mobility disabled access shower range and service will allow you to wash without worry.

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  • Step in trays, above 40mm in height, can be used on unbreachable surfaces.

    Step in shower trays, such as a Prinia, Dove or Kittiwake bath replacement tray, may be used to create a disabled shower. They are suited for the user who is mobile enough to step into a shower tray above 60mm in height, and are also the perfect solution for installations on unbreachable surfaces often found within blocks of flats or multi storey buildings.


  • An above ground, low level shower tray, which is easy to step into, allows carefree access and can still be used by the rest of the household, whilst requiring only a small amount of alteration to a property.

    The versatile Falcon range of low level, easy access shower tray’s at only 40mm in height are perfect for the ambulant user who is able to negotiate a small step, although a range of ramps complement some shower trays, should wheelchair access be required in the future. Making this option very versatile for a disabled shower.

  • Level access shower trays, which may also be described as a walk in shower, will allow unrestricted entry for wheelchair users during disabled bathing.

    A level access shower tray, which is set flush into the bathroom floor and has no height difference between the tray edge and the floor, offers an ideal solution where wheelchair users share showering facilities. This style of shower tray, such as a Swift or Eagle bath replacement tray, provides complete floor level access with no steps or ramps to negotiate and facilitates effortless wheelchair access to the showering area.

  • Wet rooms are practical alternatives to traditional bathrooms. Completely waterproof, a wet room can be attached to a bathroom for a large shower enclosure or encompass all the bathroom fixtures. Wet rooms are excellent choices for an easy-to-clean bathroom, contemporary shower spaces and safe for the elderly or disabled person.

    Wet rooms can either be additions or retrofitted into an existing space. First, the floor of the bathroom is fitted with a gradient fall shower tray former. Shower tray formers drop right into the floor and are sloped to allow water to drain. Waste pumps are added if the pre-existing drainage system is not adequately sloped, but in 80% of cases we find there is no need for the pump.

    Absolute Mobility can design a wet room to feature a stand up or sit down shower. Most wet room surrounds are tile, but floors may be finished with anti-slip vinyl for safety. The slope to a wet room is gradual, but it can be eliminated entirely. Finishing materials can be installed over the formers in such a way to conceal the slope.

    For a finished “shower” look or to prevent splashing into other areas of the wet room, durable glass shower screens can be installed. Half-height doors, disability access screens or even full glass enclosures are all possibilities.

    Additions can be made for the disabled and elderly to make a wet room safer. Most wet room’s designs are already wheelchair-accessible, and the floors can be made completely level. Shower seats, grab rails and pull down shower heads are easy to add.

  • Disabled shower cubicles are the perfect, non-permanent bathing solution for those with limited mobility.  Shower cubicles can be easily installed in almost any room of the house without causing any major upheaval to the existing fittings and fixtures.