We at ahm Installations understand the anxiety that comes with waiting for your new bathroom to be completed, especially if you only have one bathroom in your house.
A bathroom constructed with your mobility in mind might considerably improve your quality of life at home. Bathing in a walk-in bathtub or shower is safe. A smart toilet is convenient, accessible, and comfortable. Guard rails allow you to move freely without fear of falling.
So, how long does it take to build a mobility bathroom?
It usually take 3-5 days to install one of our mobile restrooms. We clearly define the installation timeframe for your accessible bathroom during the consultation process.
We believe that your time and trust should be honoured and that your mobility bathroom should be completed in accordance with the standards and timetable agreed upon by you and your bathroom professional.
Nevertheless, there are many factors that may influence how long it takes to design an accessible bathroom:
Larger bathrooms that need more substantial renovations will, of course, take longer to create. Keep the scale of the project in mind when calculating the time it will take to develop a new accessible bathroom.
During the consultation phase of your new bathroom installation, a reputable bathroom installer will make every attempt to meet your needs. Their reputation is based on their ability to complete the installation of your new bathroom on schedule and to your precise needs.
Surprisingly however, you are one of the most important elements in deciding how long it takes to build a new bathroom. It is critical to have someone ready and waiting for your installer. Your installer, whether a friend or a family member, will require access to your house in order to do their job. If they are, then your installer will be able to begin remodelling your bathroom immediately.
Before the installer arrives, make sure that everything in your bathroom that can be removed, has been removed. Your bathroom contractor is there to construct a new bathroom, not to sort through detritus. If the area has been cleared up by the time the installer arrives, they will have an easier, quicker, and more productive time installing your new bathroom.
Your mobility bathroom installers will have a smoother experience if they install your new bathroom in a large, accessible location. A trained installer is always up for a challenge, but remodelling a bathroom in a difficult or confined space will take longer. They will have to find out how to maximise their use of a limited space while maintaining the quality of your installation.
Ensure that your mobility bathroom installer is as aware as possible about any access difficulties you may have during the consultation period. Doing this will ensure that they will be more prepared to plan around them and allow them to offer the most exact timeframe for the construction of your new bathroom.
We at ahm installations work hard to give you the best mobility bathrooms possible by using our expertise and years of experience in the industry. To learn more about reclaiming your bathroom and to schedule a consultation, contact us today.