Mobility Bathrooms in Haywards Heath
Unlike many other general bathroom companies that may fit safe bathing options as ‘extras’, Orange Badge are trusted specialists in the field of mobility bathing. Therefore we are able to install bathrooms VAT free if they are installed to help cope with a disability or chronic illness. Our head office & showroom is situated just along the A27 in Lewes, East Sussex and every year we make bathing in Haywards Heath a lot safer for many of our clients.
Bathroom solutions for all
As we get older, we can start suffering from loss of mobility and it can be a problem to use efficiently the bathroom facilities. We often need to sit down and get back up within the bathroom, and often from a low level. As such, it may quickly become an area of the home that is particularly prone to strains or falls. Picking these issues up early will extend good mobility and make the bathroom a safer place for all. Some of the conditions a safe bathroom can assist with include:
- Balance and coordination issues, caused by conditions such as Parkinson’s, Stroke and Dementia
- Conditions that affect muscle strength such as Muscular Dystrophy and Fibromyalgia
- Bone/joint pain and movement problems such as Arthritis, Rheumatism and Osteoporosis
- Heart and circulation problems, such as Atrial Fibrillation, Low/High Blood Pressure
More information on these conditions can be found on the online NHS Information Portal
Taking care of the little things – Orange Badge
We have been fitting bathrooms in Haywards Heath for over 20 years and unlike many of our rivals, we are not related to a single manufacturer or bathroom solution. This allows us to give our customers honest and impartial advice on how best to address their particular circumstances. Once we have finished installing your bathroom, we then continue to provide lifelong support via our own teams of fully trained plumbers engineers, many of which live in and around Haywards Heath.
In order to give you the perfect installation, we will always go the extra mile and provide those extra touches that make all the difference.
If you need a door widening or relocating to provide easy bathroom access, Orange Badge will take care of it for you.
If you need hand-rails removed, replaced or entirely different ones installed, Orange Badge will take care of it for you.
If you need an existing room converting into a new bathroom, Orange Badge will take care of it for you.
We offer free next day site surveys by an experienced surveyor.
Always a fast installation by our own qualified plumbing and fitting teams.
Monthly Terms are available on all safe bathroom installations.
2 year warranty on all workmanship, plus any extra manufacturer’s warranties.
Quick, in-house call out for any leaks or plumbing issues.
An express fitting service is available or request.
The very best aftersales care in the industry.
When any bathroom conversion process is carried out, it is critical that the company that supplies and installs the bathroom is the same one that takes care of the room throughout its lifespan.
Many firms in the industry that are manufacturing and installing safe bathrooms in Haywards Heath are either ‘one-man’ businesses that can not provide a credible and substantive guarantee or simply sell your details to national suppliers. This could mean that your bathroom is actually fitted by subcontractors for a large national company located serveral hours away. Which may not only affect the service level and quality, but it could also mean that it’s difficult to resolve any future issues that may need to be resolved within the bathroom.
We’re doing it differently; we’re a real, competent, legitimate business local to Haywards Heath and our own fully trained workers take care of it all. From initial survey right through to aftersales service, we guarantee continuity of care and a friendly, familiar, local face whenever you need us.
Click to see our Level Access Showers, Low Threshold Showers and Walk-In Baths.
Useful Related Links in Haywards Heath
How to Stay Safe at Home – Helpful tips to keep yourself safer
A Guide to Staying Steady – A useful article from Public Health England