Stormtech’s linear drains are a seamless addition to shower spaces drastically improving mobility and accessibility in often crowded bathrooms and facilities.
5 December, 2016
The bathroom is often a challenging space to design and organise, with so many amenities and fixtures required to make it fully functional. There’s a fine line in striking the balance correctly between practicality and aesthetics, and sometimes, it’s the little things that get missed in the design process. Accessibility and mobility is element in bathrooms that is becoming increasingly important, particularly in regards to those with reduced mobility, from the aged to the disabled, and even those who have a propensity for stubbing their toes when entering and leaving the shower.
Stormtech is Australia’s leading drainage manufacturer and supplier consistently at the forefront of bathroom design trends and well aware of what aspects of wet area design ought to be considered of vital importance. With the thought of improving accessibility and functionality in the bathroom for an ageing population, Stormtech has developed their Linear Drain selection, with their signature sleek and elegant aesthetic combined with sophistication and quality.
Their linear drainage solutions are a specifically designed to remove potentially hazardous nature of traditional ‘step-down’ barrier drainage, as the linear drains can be seamlessly integrated into the floor, working perfectly with contemporary open plan design. Set directly into the floor, the water drainage solutions enable easier maneuverability when transitioning from bathroom to shower for both the resident and carers alike, whilst also complying with Australian Building Code requirements.
Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, the linear drain offerings are sleek in design, with an elegant and ultra-modern look that subtly complements any bathroom aesthetic.
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