Another national retailer enters accessibility market with own range


National bathroom retailer, Easy Bathrooms, which has nearly 30 stores nationwide, is the latest company to step into the accessibility market with a new range of specialist equipment aimed at elderly and disabled customers.

The retailer has introduced six new accessible baths alongside complementary accessories and parts following a £30,000 investment in walk-in bath technology.

The Easy Living range follows rival retailer, bathstore’s entry into the specialist market late last year, demonstrating a trend for national companies diversifying their offering to capitalise on the elderly and disabled markets.

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Neil Bell, Easy Bathrooms’ head of retail said: “Homes are becoming more and more multigenerational, meaning that they need to cater to family members of all ages and abilities.

“These baths are now an additional option, alongside wetrooms – they are designed specifically to help the end user to live a more comfortable life, while ensuring they maximise the use of space, even in the tiniest of rooms.”

Each design in the Easy Living range is designed to fit into different spaces, from en-suites to large master bathrooms.

The Vestra bath includes a screen and an electronically-operated glass door, which remains locked until all water has been drained.

The Truo unit has similar features, but is also available in high gloss black, allowing users to match their bath to the rest of their room choices.

The smallest unit in the range is the Munro, with an inward-opening door and a moulded seat.

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