Welcome Mobility offers an extensive range of safety rails for bathrooms. Providing bathroom grab bars in the home or in an establishment provides full accessibility to those with limited mobility. With a number
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- Vat ExemptA range of grab rails which add instant protection to any room in the house, where users may be prone to slipping.
- Vat ExemptA range of plastic-coated steel grab rails that can be secured to the wall.
- Vat ExemptDurable hand rails which are especially designed to be fitted around corners in the home.
- Vat ExemptOur attractive range of grab rails are designed to be strong, durable and comfortable to hold.
- Vat ExemptDesigned to assist the user in entering and exiting the home. The bar is fully weather resistant and non rusting.
- Vat ExemptA range of steel grab rails that offer support and stability.
- Vat ExemptThese steel grab rails can be supplied with either an epoxy or plastic coating.
- Vat ExemptA PVC support rail in a flute design.
- Vat ExemptA versatile grab rail that is secured in place using lockable suction cups.
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These robust and sturdy handrails have a larger than average diameter.
- Vat ExemptAn epoxy coated steel grab rail with anti-snag technology.
- Vat ExemptA strong and discreet 18-inch grab rail which is specially designed for outdoor use.
- Vat ExemptA large diameter support rail with epoxy coating.
- Vat ExemptThis is a bath support rail with rubber clamps.
- Vat ExemptA steel grab bar that can assist in transferring in and out of the bath.
- Vat ExemptA rail with enhanced comfort for sensitive hands.
- Vat ExemptA lockable support aid with eight individual positions.
- Vat ExemptDurable grab bars with a fluted shape, ideal for installing in wet environments where extra support is needed.
- A powder-coated steel rail that can be fixed to the wall and aid in toilet transfers.
- Vat ExemptA versatile grab bar that is strong and built to last plus comes in a range of different sizes.
- Vat ExemptA simple support rail that can be clamped in place over a bath.
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A support rail that can be used to assist in transfers on and off a toilet.
- Vat ExemptA high quality steel grab bar for balance and support, available in three different lengths.
- Vat ExemptA versatile plastic grab bar that offers support to people with poor mobility.
- Vat ExemptA bathroom rail that is easy to clean.
- Vat ExemptMade of nylon coated steel to be a strong and firm rail to help in transfers and raising/lowering.
- Vat ExemptThis steel frame is suitable for using next to a bath or toilet.
- Vat ExemptA strong and durable support rail that can assist in independent toilet transfers.
- Vat ExemptA rail that can be fixed to the side of the bath and provide assistance for transferring in and out.
- Vat ExemptThe Pressalit Support Rail fixes onto the floor and so is ideal for use when the strength of the wall is unknown.
Support rails, usually fitted to the wall, suitable for bathrooms and other wet environments.
They provide support handles for people using the bathroom facilities.
Straight - without bends or curves, these rails are available in numerous different lengths.
U-shaped rails - you may be familiar with these if you have been in a disabled toilet.
They fold down when in use and back against the wall afterwards. They lock in the folded position.
Some versions have a drop-down support leg, increasing the weight capacity of the rail.
Angled rails - these have a bend or curve in them and again are available in different sizes.
Bathtub rails - these fit via clamps to the bathtub, protruding upwards and providing the user with a stable point of support as they navigate the bath-side.
Fold-up rails - these collapse against the wall and fold out again when needed.
Suction rails - these stick firmly to smooth tiles or glass and release via a vacuum trigger mechanism.
Anyone prone to losing their balance in the bathroom may benefit from some well positioned rails.
Many conditions associated with old age lead to diminished balance, so rails tend to be particularly useful to people in this age group.
Some rails, like the prima bathroom rails, have a non-slip finish, ideal for wet environments.
Others have patterns in the surface to increase friction.
They range from small handle-style sizes, right up to rails of more than a metre in length.
Most rails need to be screwed to the wall, so it’s important a qualified tradesmen is consulted to fit them.
Many grab rails are not supplied with fixings, as these need to be specific to the type of wall the rails are being fixed to.
Most modern rails are well coated with materials which keeps moisture away from the metal.
Completely non-corrosive materials like strong plastic are used in some cases, sometimes with an aluminium core, to increase rigidity.
To guarantee a rust-free life, make sure any fixings used are of the non-rusting variety.
Yes, white is the most popular colour, along with chrome.
Both offer a modern finish, complementing most bathrooms while remaining unobtrusive.
Some support rails for the bathroom are also available in high contrast colours like dark blue or red.
This is primarily to make them stand out as much as possible, for people with diminished vision.
A grab rail for disabled people or the elderly will usually be fitted to the wall, but for some, the area they need the most support is right in the middle of the room.
A floor-to-ceiling bathroom rail offers this functionality.
Some also have a horizontal rail attachment, providing a great point of support near the middle of the bathroom.