Toilet & Sink Access

Toilet Access

The toilet is a common problem that people with disabilities face. A standard toilet has a rim height of about 14 inches, which is too low for many people, especially those with a disability or limited mobility. There are a variety of ways to raise the toilet seat and make it easier to get on/off of the toilet.

Toilet Incline Lift:

EHLS offers the TILT from EZ-ACCESS. The TILT is a toilet incline lift that is perfect for anyone who needs assistance getting on and off the toilet. The toilet incline lift is an easy-to-use safety solution that is built for comfort and durability. It is equipped with a remote companion control giving the user or caregiver the ability to operate the TILT with a push of a button. The frame and assembly of the toilet incline lift are protected by a plastic shield, which can easily be removed to be cleaned. The toilet incline lift was made for quick and easy installation and it comes with a 2-year warranty.  Download the Toilet Incline Lift Brochure

Toilet Incline Lift for Chicago Area          Incline-lift-for-toilet

Toilet Incline Lift Features:
  • The entire lift only weighs 34 pounds, making it easy to adjust or move if needed
  • Easy installation allows for quick use
  • Fits with toilet bowl heights ranging from 14″ to 21″ – compatible with most toilet bowl heights
  • The TILT can assist individuals ranging in height from 5’2″ to 6’4″
  • Attached directly to the toilet bowl and allows users to move 7 – 1/2″ forward for improved balance and increased stability

 

More Toilet Access Options:

  • Extended Height or ADA Toilet
  • Toilevator
  • Grab bars around toilet
  • Commodes and seat risers

Sink Access

Space is the primary issue facing a wheelchair user when trying to use the sink. A typical bathroom sink and vanity don’t provide space below the sink for a wheelchair user’s feet and legs. The accessible solution is to clear the area below the sink to provide room. There are several ways to create that space.

Sink Access Options:

  • Wall mounted sinks
  • Pedestal Sink
  • Vanity Top
  • Motion sensitive faucet

Let EHLS help you make access to your sink as safe, easy and comfortable as possible.

Toilet & Sink Access

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Testimonials

Due to EHLS’ expertise in accessibility, the HomeMod Program is well on its way to making Chicago the most accessible city in the world.

I was really impressed with EHLS. From the initial phone call, to how everything was handled when the salesman came out to my home for the actual consultation. The salesman who came out to my home was very professional, knowledgeable and honest with me. He described exactly what it was that I would need to make my bathroom fully accessible and safe for me to use.  He described in detail what was required, and was full of helpful and useful advice. I really appreciated his honesty and help with the process and could not have been more happy with the work they did. Thank You, EHLS!

I recommend EHLS to my patients because they do quality work. The misconception is that anyone can put in a grab bar, but if it’s not done right it can lead to a fatality.

My dad is delighted with the transformation and, in particular, with the new features that will make the bathroom accessible for my mom upon her release from the nursing home. I can only imagine her reaction when she sees for herself what we have “been up to” for the past several weeks.

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