Accessible wet rooms - total specialist solutions for advanced care
Considered materials and surfaces deliver a reassuringly welcoming space, especially for users with conditions such as dementia, so that the process of personal care is enjoyable and not simply a practical process.
Gainsborough accessible fixtures provides stability and support for users who require standing assistance with the advantage of anti-slip, anti-entrapment and zero-trip design. Safety is enhanced by a choice of ISO approved, toughened shower screens and TMV temperature controlled water.
Hygiene essential for multi-user facilities
It is imperative within wet rooms, particularly for vulnerable bathers using communal areas, that specialist ventilation and drainage facilitates a hygienic and clinically safe atmosphere.
Gainsborough has the knowledge and skills to deliver this vital aspect – hence reducing the risk of microbe growth within moist, warm environments and subsequently lowering the chance of infection and cross contamination.
Many components and surfaces within Gainsborough wet rooms also encompass BioCote antimicrobial technology which provides 99.99% protection against Influenza H1N1, E.coli, Salmonella and antibiotic resistant CRO, CRE, VRE and MRSA. This invisible solution cannot be wiped or worn away and is proven to be more effective that liquid disinfectants.
Innovation and cost efficiency
Gainsborough wet room innovations support high quality care whilst maximising cost efficiencies. Articad design, precision manufacturing and installation delivers leak-proof reliability and the confidence to provide a 3-year warranty.
All quality products are considerately selected including specialist level floors, low level trays, shower seats, grab rails, full and half-height screens, thermostatic and electric shower mixers and wall surfaces – resulting in safe practicality and contemporary, non-medical styling.
Transfers from wheelchairs and hoists are efficient and seamless so control and safety is easier to deliver. As carers are not distracted by spatial complications or non-intuitive controls, higher quality care and client engagement is possible. This in turn promotes better bather well-being and task satisfaction for all care staff accessing a Gainsborough wet room.