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Multi-generational living? Don’t forget the toilet

Written by Angela May Published: 1 October 2019

One issue not generally discussed when talking about multi-generational households is the bathroom- access to, and use of.

multi generational bathroomIt’s a growing problem for the households.

There has been a 46% rise in multi-generational households in less than a decade(1). It is set to continue: some 60% of people would consider living in a multi-generational household, according to a survey by Sarah Beenie’s estate agency Tepilo. Set alongside that the fact that, on average, we go to the toilet 8 times a day. Multiply that by each resident, and you have a very busy room! But each generation has different needs- children may be young and not very adept at wiping properly; the senior citizens may equally struggle with wiping, for different reasons- general flexibility, manual dexterity, balance to name a few- but are reticent to ask family to help.

The solution is Closomat’s range of wash/dry (shower) WCs. Looking like- and capable of being used as- a conventional WC, the Closomat has integrated douching and drying- the best performance in each on the market. Thus, if preferred, the user does not have to wipe manually. The toilet cleans them instead, to a consistent high standard, every time.

Each of Closomat’s range has bespoke benefits depending on the household’s needs.
You can get some ‘top tips’; on how to create a multi-generational bathroom here:
https://www.closomat.co.uk/images/downloads/campaigner-resources/Closomat-Multi-Generational-guide.pdf
To find out which wash & dry toilet is the most appropriate for your household, go here:
https://www.closomat.co.uk/asana.html
https://www.closomat.co.uk/palma-vita.html

(1) Office for National Statistics


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