Multi-Piece Barrier Free Roll In ADA Shower Stalls come in 4 to 5 piece units depending on the size that are easily assembled. With the self-locking aluminum Pin and Slot System, the shower walls and the shower base can be conveniently installed from the in alcove framed opening. The Barrier Free Roll In ADA Shower bases have an incline instead of a threshold so that they can be wheelchair accessible. This also makes it easier for those with mobility issues to get into the shower as there is nothing to step over. The barrier free roll in ada showers come in three ADA compliant sizes, 39×38, 63×32, and 63×38 with a drain located in the center. Barrier Free ADA Shower Stalls follow all the regulations set by the ADA association This allows for disabled individuals to shower safely and independently. This makes them great for commercial use in places such as nursing homes. The barrier free roll in ADA showers are available in 3 different packages; , , and . Each package offers various accessories to accommodate your showering needs. These accessories can be installed anywhere at any height due to the wood backing in the walls. No drywall backing or extra studs are needed. Plus 24 and plus 36 come with three straight grab bars. Deluxe comes with 3 straight grab bars, a shower seat, and a shower head + valve. Click on the package icon below to read more about what each package offers. To view more of our shower selections you can check out our , our , or our .
Handicap Showers, ADA Showers, Stair lifts, Barrier Free Shower Doors, Wheelchair Lifts, Pool Lifts, Walk In Tub, Shower Seat Benches from Accessible Environments, Inc.
Accessible Showers offer the same easy access and accessories as ADA showers, however they are designed to fit in standard residential bathroom framing pockets, such as the the standard 5 ft tub/shower found in many North American homes.
ADA Shower models include both ADA transfer showers and ADA roll in showers. Transfer showers are smaller, with a minimum inside dimension of 36" x 36". They also offer curb free access, however an individual must transfer into the shower from a wheelchair outside the shower, as the shower is too narrow to roll into. ADA wheelchair roll in showers specify a minimum 60" x 30" inside dimension.
Originally Posted by CO762
There is a barrier. Can you roll a golf ball from the bathroom floor to the shower drain? If yes, then it's barrier free. If no, then it's not. Look up ADA showers.
That's nothing but a plastic shower insert with a low curb.