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level access shower Reading
25
Feb

What you shouldn’t be flushing down the toilet!!

So a bit of a sensitive subject but one that would save users hundreds of pounds if they knew what not to flush down the loo. Here is a comprehensive list so you can avoid those unnecessary embarrassing moments again. Facial tissuesBaby wipes, disinfectant wipes, moist wipes, etc.Toilet bowl scrub padsSwiffersNapkins (paper or cloth), paper towelsDental flossEgg shells, nutshells, and coffee groundsFats, oils, and greasesHairSanitary napkins, tampons, condoms, or any…

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Level access shower Reading
18
Feb

How much water are you saving?

There are many ways that you can save water around your home. You may find the following tips helpful. Use a bowl in the sink when washing fruit, vegetables of dishes. You can then use the waste water to water your plants.Fill a jug of water and put it in the fridge for when you want a cool drink.Turn off the tap when you clean your teeth. A running tap…

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level access shower
07
Feb

Adaptec Mobility becomes approved contractor for Horsham District Council

DW Services is pleased to announce that it has become an 'approved contractor' for Horsham District Council. DW Services will continue its excellent work in the area of disabled and senior citizen living for residents in the Horsham area. DW Services will provide adaptations such as, level access showers, access ramps, stairlifts, low access kitchens, showering toilets, grab rails and door widening. This is another clear indication of DW Services…

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Level Access Showers
01
Feb

What is a Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG)

WMandatory Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) are available from local authorities in England and Wales and the Housing Executive in Northern Ireland. They are issued subject to a means test and are available for essential adaptations to give disabled people better freedom of movement into and around their homes, and to give access to essential facilities within the home. Scotland operates a different scheme of assistance. Central government funding for DFGs…

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