Wetroomstop advocates for Disabled Facilities Grant amidst rising wetroom installation issues

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Wetroomstop, a provider of wetroom kits and accessibility solutions and accessories in the UK, is urging eligible individuals to take advantage of the Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) to ensure safe and accessible bathroom facilities.

The UK Disabled Facilities Grant is a local council grant aiding disabled individuals in making necessary modifications to their homes. These adaptations can include the installation of wetrooms, providing a safer and more accessible bathing solution.

The call to action comes in light of recent reports highlighting the struggles faced by disabled individuals in getting these essential facilities installed. These include a disabled man from Southport, Merseyside, who told the Metro newspaper that he had been waiting for seven months for a wetroom to be installed in his home.

Similarly, a disabled man from Bolton had to wait 19 months for his shower to be adapted, during which time he suffered several falls, according to The Bolton News.

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The provider argues that it is more important than ever that those with disabilities are able to shower, bathe and take care of themselves in their own home.

Wetroomstop provides durable wetroom solutions that not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of a bathroom but also cater to the practical needs of individuals. The company believes that the Disabled Facilities Grant can be a significant help for those struggling with the installation of wetrooms.

“Wetrooms are not just a luxury; for many, they are a necessity. The Disabled Facilities Grant can provide much-needed financial assistance to those who require wetroom installations for their safety and comfort,” said a spokesperson for Wetroomstop.

In addition to advocating for the Disabled Facilities Grant, Wetroomstop offers a range of affordable wet room kits. These kits are designed to be cost-effective solutions that do not compromise on quality or style, making wet room installations more accessible to a wider range of individuals.

Wetroomstop encourages those eligible for the Disabled Facilities Grant to apply and ensure their homes are equipped with safe, accessible, and stylish wetroom solutions.


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