The Cost of Designing a Bathroom for Those with Limited Mobility

Now that you have decided to design your bathroom to accommodate your loved one’s limited mobility, you will want to know what these changes will cost so you can budget accordingly. While the costs can vary based on factors such as quality, quantity, and style, the information below is a summary of general costs for the typical items you will need in order to design a safe bathroom for those with limited mobility.

The Cost of Designing a Bathroom for Those with Limited Mobility

The chart below provides an average range of costs based on the options available from the home improvement chains Lowe’s and Home Depot. The chart is broken up by product, range, and median cost:

Product Name Range of Costs Median Cost
Bathroom Grab Bars $10 – $800 $125
Non-Skid Mats $4.99 – $50 $13
Walk-in Tubs $1,500 – $4,000 $3,000
Raised Toilet Seat $20 – $188 $65
Anti-scald Device $34 – $1,330 $210
Lever-Handle Faucet $35 – $1,477 $145
Hands-Free Faucet $46 – $745 $430
Step-In Shower $900 – $4,000 $2,300
Detachable Showerhead $13 – $715 $115

Keep in mind that the chart above does not include the cost of labor or installation costs. You may need more features or other adjustments so use this information as a starting point in order to help you plan and budget.