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.
One issue not generally discussed when talking about multi-generational households is the bathroom – in terms of access to, and use of. However, Closomat are doing just that…
IKEA Gateshead has become the latest of the brand’s stores to install a Changing Places toilet, supplied and installed by Closomat, as part of the chain’s ongoing ambition to be accessible to all.
Public venues can increase their appeal to potential customers by up to 20%, just by changing the toilet, say Closomat.
Closomat, Britain’s leading provider in the supply and install of specialist accessible toilets, has installed a a Changing Places assisted accessible toilet at three Morrisons stores.
Closomat have reflected on a new poll, which says 75% of people believe all new homes should be built to be accessible to all ages and abilities.
Closomat has brought to market a new WC that means specifiers such as architects, occupational therapists and contractors, can deliver style and enablement.
A recent survey has highlighted the growing need for accessible rented accommodation, and particularly homes with accessible bathrooms, say Closomat.