Are you finding it increasingly difficult to safely step over the edge of your shower? Don’t risk suffering a debilitating fall when there is a simple and affordable solution that will allow both ambulatory and wheelchair reliant bathers to gain safe access to the shower.
AmeriGlide’s Shower Roll-in Conversion Kit can create a gently sloping threshold that will allow users to clear heights of up to 4 inches. Every threshold features a non-skid surface, meets ADA guidelines, and is guaranteed to prevent leaks. Available widths range from 24 to 32 inches in order to meet a variety of existing shower designs.
The AmeriGlide Shower Roll-In Conversion Kit takes about 2 hours to install, and is usable after 24 hours. Please note that the retail price of this kit does not include the cost of installation.
NOTE: Installation is not included
|Min Opening Width Created||24"|
|Max Opening Width Created||32"|
|Max Tub Wall Height||19"|
|Max Floor Height Difference||4"|
|Step Height Created||N/A - Ramp Created|
|Shower Chair Accessible?||Yes|
|Bathing Still Possible?||No|
|Showering Still Possible?||Yes|
|What a great Help !!|
Dec 8, 2011 5:21 PM
|WolfEagle from Moses Lake, WA would recommend this to a friend.|
A Little About Myself
Happily married to a disabled Vietnam Veteran.
This was a very economical solution to the bathing situation for my husband.
Service & Delivery
The service of this system was quick, and the installers were very helpful and informative about what we could expect from the system. They were finished in less than three hours and we're very satisfied with the results.
I was very pleased that the VA paid the full price for the purchase and installation of this system. My husband can now take a shower with very little help from me, and that's a great benefit.
|30 of 33 people found this review helpful|
|A great low-cost alternative to a shower remodel|
Dec 1, 2011 9:48 AM
|Staff Member from Raleigh NC would recommend this to a friend.|
A Little About Myself
This conversion kit costs thousands of dollars less than a full roll in shower remodeling job. Installation takes very little time, and the shower can be used within a day after the work is done.
The conversion is more or less permanent, so if you ever want to restore your shower to its original condition, you'll have to do a pretty extensive remodeling job. For most users, though, this won't ever matter since the inside lip is angled to prevent leaks and the shower remains completely functional.
A very affordable alternative to a bathroom remodel. We've seen this product in action in our warehouse, and I'd recommend it to anyone who needs a quick low-cost mobility solution for a disabled bather.
|36 of 40 people found this review helpful|