Child Friendly Bathroom Remodelers Corvallis OR

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Porter Remodeling Inc
(541) 753-4125
PO Box 1395
Corvallis, OR
 
Valley Remodeling
(541) 738-6981
2305 Nw Kings Blvd
Corvallis, OR
 
Powell Construction
(541) 752-0805
2025 Se 3rd St
Corvallis, OR
 
Henderer Design & Build
(541) 753-5660
340 Sw 2nd St Ste 2
Corvallis, OR
 
Jim Ordway
Beckon Call
541.740.0056
PO Box 2181
Corvallis, OR
 
Albin'S Plumbing Inc
(541) 754-8282
942 Nw 9th St
Corvallis, OR
 
Corvallis Custom Kitchens & Baths
(541) 758-6141
602 Nw 4th St
Corvallis, OR
 
Three Strands Inc
(541) 758-2673
5460a Sw Philomath Blvd
Corvallis, OR
 
Land Ark Natural Wood Finishes
5418448748
7633 Harlan-Burnt Woods Rd.
Blodgett, OR

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Renaissance Roofing, Inc
(541) 754-5220
34058 Oakville Road, Suite B
Albany, OR
 
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Kid Friendly Bathroom Remodeling Tips

Remodeling your bathroom to adjust for children’s usage can include just a few minor changes in order to create a safer bathroom. If a bathroom remodel is in your future, here are a few suggestions to make it more family-friendly.

Having a soft-close toilet seat is an inexpensive and affective way to keep the level of kid’s injury in the bathroom low. Adjustments you can make for a safer bathroom include putting a grab bar inside the shower stall, this is helpful for everyone not just kids—it can get slick in there! Also, having a pedal sink, with no cabinet doors, that is anchored to the wall, can also improve the safety level.

Also think about a hand shower in addition or instead of a wall shower. Not only is it great for you washing shampoo off of your little ones, but children are less scared of hand showers, which will be especially helpful when they are transitioning from taking a bath to taking a shower. Having a hand shower also benefits you while cleaning your shower/tub unit, it makes it a lot easier. You can use a hand shower to replace a regular shower head (that slides up and down on a bar, adjusting to height), or you can have both.

Another factor to consider when remodeling for kid’s safety include cleaning supplies. If you do keep cleaning supplies in the bathroom, think about adding a special shelve, above the door frame where you can store them. This way they are out of reach for the kids, yet easily accessible for you. Keeping them in a plastic caddy that you can just grab would add to the ease of keeping the cleaning supplies up there.

If the bathroom is strictly a children’s bathroom, make it functional for kids. Ideas for this include hanging towel racks at heights so it...

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