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Fort Lauderdale Barrier Free Shower Base
If you love unwinding in a warm shower but hate the discomfort of climbing over steep tub walls, our barrier free showers are your ideal solution! Bathroom Plus offers accessible shower options that are completely level to the floor, allowing for wheelchair or step-in entry. In as little as one day, our Fort Lauderdale barrier-free shower base experts complete your installation without the mess of a traditional remodel!
Handicap Accessible Showers in Fort Lauderdale
When you choose Bathroom Plus as your Fort Lauderdale barer-free shower company, you’ll enjoy numerous added benefits, including:
- Easy-to-Clean: Our roll-in showers are crafted from a non-porous acrylic that naturally inhibits the growth of mold and mildew. With minimal effort, your new fixture will remain looking sparkling.
- Fully Customizable: We offer a wide selection of style, color, and pattern options so you can create a completely custom shower that matches your home’s existing aesthetic.
- An Unlimited Lifetime Warranty: At Bathroom Plus, we stand by the quality of our products. All our bathroom remodels are backed by an unlimited lifetime warranty that guarantees that your new fixtures will hold up against daily wear and tear.
- ADA Compliant Upgrade Options: Choose from our array of ADA compliant options! We can add built-in seating, grab bars, custom shelving, and more to make your new shower as safe and comfortable as you like.
For handicap accessible showers, Fort Lauderdale residents trust the expertise of Bathroom Plus. Give us a call to learn more about our shower installation process or fill out our online form to schedule a free, in-home design estimate.
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