When it comes to upgrading your bathroom, the style of the shower, basin, and tiles are all significant factors to consider. AHM Installations, on the other hand, is capable of handling any structural project to deliver a specialist mobility bathroom.
You could, for example, take down a wall to create additional space in the bathroom or erect a wall to create a new ensuite bathroom. If you want a more powerful shower, you may need to upgrade the electrical cords. To investigate the piping underneath a floor, it may be necessary to elevate it.
This sort of project is not avoided by a reputable installation firm since it guarantees that your disabled bathroom is safe, compliant, and useful for you. Electrics that aren’t up to code should be avoided at all costs in the bathroom.
Because their father, who uses a wheelchair, was having trouble going to the restroom in a safe and comfortable manner, the Booth family approached AHM Installations for assistance. They intended to make a huge wetroom out of their basement study and toilet. AHM has all of the necessary abilities and expertise, despite the fact that this looks to be a construction job.
A new ceiling and extractor fan were fitted after the dividing wall was removed. Moving the fuse board from the study to the hallway was a complex electrical undertaking. Mr Booth’s room has been made more user-friendly with the inclusion of a shaving socket and the repositioning of light switches.
The family are delighted with their new wetroom.
AHM often have jobs that require structural work.
The tradesmen you’ll need to finish the project will be coordinated by AHM. Our installers are all members of the BIKBBI, which means they’ve passed a DBS check, are properly insured, and are continually supervised.
AHM Installations is a family-owned company that installs handicapped-accessible bathrooms at a fair price. To discuss your needs, please call us at 0800 731 6495. I’ve been recognised as a member of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA). Check-a-trade has a flawless 10 out of 10 ratings (May 2021).