The market for inclusive bathrooms and kitchens is now worth over £180million, with the number of people with mobility issues increasing constantly. Closomat has already developed more contemporary styling for the Vita range and is now working on the next generation to accommodate this growing interest.
Shower toilets add value to the adapted living sector, offering an equally practical and aesthetic solution that promises to future proof the home. The toilet can be used as a conventional WC if preferred and accessories can be fitted to accommodate users with changing needs. The Vita range includes floor mounted, wall hung and height adjustable variants
In addition, Closomat offers design advice that is fully compliant with all regulations as part of its unique support package.
Closomat also offers height adjustable washbasins, shower seats, body driers, toilet lifters, ceiling track hoists, and adult sized height adjustable Changing benches, to accompany the Vita range. You can find CAD blocks, white papers, and NBS technical specifications on the Closomat website.
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