Prices from $435 for Accessible and ADA Shower Pans

In addition to our barrier free Accessible and ADA Shower Pans we also offer

Sterling/Vikrell Ensemble 48-Inch Shower Base, White, High Gloss #72121100-0

$264.95
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  • The low ¾” threshold creates a roll in shower floor, making it easy and safe for anyone to get in and out of the shower. Adding one of our acrylic ADA shower pans to your commercial project will allow all users safe access to bathing.

    Freedom ADA Shower pans are pre-leveled and easy to install. Our barrier free shower pan offers wheelchair access and safe bathing for all users

  • Redi Free® Barrier Free shower pans, including ADA shower pan models, provide a walk-in or roll-in entrance, creating an environment that is inherently accessible to people both with and without mobility concerns. Can’t everyone benefit from a barrier free shower entrance? Of course! That is why we have the industry’s widest variety of barrier free styles including:

    Combined with custom wall tiles and ADA accessories, (i.e., , , and ), our ADA shower bases will meet all commercial ADA bathroom requirements by providing a low-profile, zero-threshold shower pan entrance. Freedom ADA shower pans have a slip-resistant, self-supporting, pre-levelled shower bottom. This allows for easy installation without any mud setting, greatly reducing installation time and errors.

  • Freedom ADA Compliant Shower Pans are specially designed for commercial projects when compliance to ADA guidelines (ADAAG) is a requirement. Installing an ADA shower base in the bathroom of your business or public building has never been easier. Provide safe handicapped access to all users with a Freedom ADA Roll-in Shower Pan.

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The most suitable material for the pans designed for ADA showers is acrylic. It warms up quickly, it is beautiful and it does not absorb dirt. With time acrylic does not get darker. ADA shower pan with seat is almost a “must” for any shower constructed for a people with limited physical abilities. A disable person cannot stand when having a shower. The helper can assist him sitting to a wide seat built into a pan, and only after it this person starts taking a shower.