Are you excluding potential customers on ability, religion or culture? – that’s the question Closomat are asking.
Closomat is lending its support to a new campaign calling for all new build homes to be designed to be accessible and adaptable.
Practitioners involved in the housing adaptations process are being empowered to ease at least one pain point, with co-professional analysis documents from Closomat.
Alan and Christine Wiseman recently had their new-build Somerset home designed and built around a Stannah Midilift SL vertical platform lift.
Stannah Major Projects has installed 11 lifts as part of the Access for All requirement in the rebuild of London Bridge Station.
Toilet facilities claiming to be the busiest in London are now open again, but this time around for everyone, courtesy of a complete transformation by Closomat.
The use of assistive technology in housing is receiving additional relevance with the publication of new research and strategies, as Closomat explain here…
Local authorities are being encouraged to look to school toilets to help address the requirements of the growing numbers of pupils with special needs – Closomat can help with this.
An iconic landmark never before open to the public will be opening its gates for the first time; it will be open to ALL, because of its WCs, thanks to Closomat.
According to guidance published by RIBA, a well-designed bathroom is often the key to dignity and independence. Closomat offers the ideal solution.