Quality Designer Grab Rails Grab rails are a fantastic aid to keep people safe in the bathroom, particular for those with any physical impairments. Often though, when people think about

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Avail product displays are in all the Leef Stores across Australia

We are proud to be working together with like-minded, industry-leading people like Leef Independent Living Solutions. Leef provide the full Avail range in all their stores across Australia. Check out

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The Modern Solution.

Our Calibre bathroom grab rail provides a timeless yet modern design to match the latest bathroom trends. The rails are available in 32mm (Calibre Mod) or 25mm (Calibre Ergo) diameter

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The Adaptable Rooms.

The innovative design of the Australian made Calibre grab rail can be easily changed to step up the level of support when needed. Example for the toilet includes: -The first

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Avail are available at Reece

The Avail range is now available for purchase through all Reece stores and Reece Onsite accounts across Australia. We have been working on a range of projects with Reece across

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Creating Safer & Stronger Accessible Bathroom Solutions

Grab rails are one of the simplest changes you can make to your bathroom, but they have a significant impact on making it safer and easier to use. With a

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Relaxing Bath Times

Take a look at these sneaky, subtle grab rails. The Calibre Mod 300 are cleverly designed to help you in and out of the tub. The bathroom may be the

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Ageless Bathroom Design

Create a functional and beautiful new bathroom that delivers the ‘wow’ factor. Brushed Brass Calibre Rails are styled to suit modern bathroom accessories. These warmer tones will add an edgy

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Smarter Stronger Bathroom Design At 4th Avenue Homes

A local building company in West Gippsland, 4th Avenue Homes are now proudly using Avail towel rails and grab rails in all their new homes. Realising it makes sense to

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Quick Installation with Calibre Designs

With one quick swoop this bathroom became stronger and accessible again for Garry. Walking into the shower had become difficult with the narrow doorway and slippery tiles and the toilet

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