We recently came across a very nice article on the design website Houzz in which writer Paul Anater shares a wealth of knowledge about why homeowners should consider a curbless shower when planning to remodel their bathrooms. Anater points out that most showers have a step that users must cross over that’s several inches high – an obstacle that can make bathing difficult for those with mobility issues. Plus, such curbs don’t lend themselves very well for a streamlined bathroom that so many homeowners are opting for these days.
Anater shared that while not every bathroom can accommodate a curbless shower, it is one of the first renovation options he explores in remodeling projects. He shared “A curbless shower is a subtle touch that creates a seamless look and broadcasts the amount of through that went into a bath design.”
Of course, proper drainage is extremely important in a bathroom with a curbless shower, and LUXE Linear Drains has the products that make such a shower possible. Our drains are constructed of 100% stainless steel and can easily withstand the weight of a wheelchair, plus they are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility guidelines.