Installation Gallery

Installation of a Cirrus walk in bath in Maidenhead

Mr R was struggling to use his standard bath. This is a large old house with an iron bath, old fashioned iron water pipes and copper wastes, so care had to be taken when planning the works.

The original bath was set out 6 inches from the walls. We investigated what was under the bath, and decided that the new bath could be set further back, allowing access beside the toilet.

The old bath was removed, water services and waste adapted, and the new bath installed. New tiles were fitted, along with a GRP box at the tap end to take up the space.

Mr R now has a smart new bath with easy access, to use to bathe or shower.

Installation of a wetroom in Windsor

Mr and Mrs B wanted a bathroom refurbishment as Mr B was struggling with the existing facility.

We completely stripped out the bathroom. A wetroom floor was created, and the room completely retiled. A new tall WC was fitted along with a new basin vanity unit. Grab bars were fitted to aid Mr B using the room.

The bathroom is now bright, comfortable and safe to use.

Installation of a shower in Harrow

Installation of a shower in Harrow

Mr M could not access his bath, and required assisted showering. The bathroom was immaculate and beautifully styled.

The original bath was a P shaped shower bath. The shower unit was fine, so could be left in place.

We removed the bath and set up a new pumped waste system in the adjacent garage (it was not possible to achieve gravity waste in this location). A shower tray with half height doors was installed and tiles patched in to match the existing as closely as possible. Care was taken to clean silicone from the fitted furniture and leave the room in a smart condition.

Mr R can now has a shower where he can enjoy safety and comfort, and his carers can assist him with ease.

The bathroom is now bright, comfortable and safe to use.

Installation of a Molly Bather in Windsor


Mr & Mrs E have a beautiful bathroom with a corner bath. Another bath lift company had advised that they’d need to replace the bath with a standard one in order to fit a bath lift. That would mean retiling the walls and floor – a major expense and disruption!

We were invited to take a look. We proposed making up a special wall bracket to accommodate the angle required. and a longer belt to cover the width.

Once the parts were made, we installed the lift. Great care had to be taken to get the angles and positions right, as we had the room door to consider as well. It really was a case of “measure twice, drill once”!

Mr & Mrs E are delighted, and relieved to be keeping their bathroom intact. They are looking forward to enjoying their bath again.