5 Steps to a Safer Bathroom


Washroom for handicapped   If you are planning to remodel your bathroom this Consumer Reports article give sound advice on how to do it with safety in mind.  Install pressure-balancing and anti-scald valves to provide a steady flow of water that remains at a safe temperature.  Add a sturdy, properly secured grab bar that will support 250 pounds.   Since mold and mildew thrive in a moist environment, ensure your vent fan exhausts to the outside and run it after every shower to dehumidify the room.  Remove any items (hamper, scale) that might cause a tripping hazard and ensure mats have non-skid backing.  To read more click here.

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