This is a site where you can learn about bathrooms, showers, and different types of shower seats, shower chairs, shower stools, and shower benches.

I’m not a plumber, although I’ve dealt with quite a few of them in my time. I’m just a bathroom user who wants to know more about what he sees in the bathroom and then explain it so a non-technical person (like myself) can understand it.

I’m not talking about what goes on behind the walls. When my shower was being remodeled I saw what was behind the tile and I don’t ever want to go there again.

So my goal is to provide some basic info about what you see in your bathroom. And here’s how that can help you:

  • Time to remodel? Get some ideas about what to do with your bathroom.
  • Replacing or buying a new bathroom item? Learn about the choices that are available.
  • Want to spruce up your bathroom? Read about what’s new and different in bathrooms.
  • Wonder about the items that are already in your bathroom? Learn about their features and materials.

I do write a lot about showers and shower seats. That’s because I use them every day. And I’ve found that my shower seat is one of the most useful items in my bathroom. And I’m not even disabled. (Knock on wood!)

Another focus is the handicap accessible bathroom. People who are temporarily or permanently physically challenged also spend time in the bathroom. Why shouldn’t they enjoy that experience?

[box]Disclaimer: The information on this website is intended for informational purposes only. It is not and should not be taken as advice or treatment from a doctor or health care professional. Do not ignore or delay seeking professional medical advice because of something you read on this website. It is also recommended that you seek the advice of a plumber or plumbing contractor if you plan to renovate your bathroom or install a built-in shower seat, chair, or bench.[/box]

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