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Most of our clients that convert their conventional shower stall to a curbless or walk-in shower 
 
always ask “ how to control water from running thru the whole bathroom if the shower stall has no 
 
curb or water dams.
 
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Common Grab Bar Configurations

There are a lot of grab bar configurations depending on your bathroom needs. Straight grab bars can be wall mounted in vertical, horizontal or in diagonal configurations. L-type bars also know as “push and pull bars” have both horizontal and vertical configuration. Floor to wall and floor to ceiling grab bars are options when walls are not available. Swing-bars and Flip-up bars can save space flipping the bar down when needed and flipping it up when not in use. All these grab bars are available in many stock lengths and can be custom made to suit specific your dimensions and needs.

 
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What's the difference in Transfer Showers versus Roll-in Showers?

More details after the jump. 

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Nursing Home Remodeling & Renovation In Los Angeles

Nursing home serves patients requiring preventative, therapeutic and rehabilitative care services. These patients are in long-term recovery from acute illnesses and no longer require hospitalization. According to National Institute of Building Science Nursing home remodeling and renovation requires accessibility, security and aesthetics  in it overall project planning.

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