Wyng Wetroom System to debut at the National Hardware Show
First ‘American’ wetroom system designed to address small space bathrooms.
Culnat’s Wyng Wetroom System will be debuting at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas. This first ‘American’ Wetroom System is designed by Culnat, a manufacturer of high-quality disability bathing products nationwide who specializes in making bathrooms safer to use while striving to restore independence with accessible bathing and living environments.
|Wyng Wetroom System is comprised of the Wyng Showlet and Wyng Wall-Rail.|
The Wyng Wetroom System is comprised of the Wyng Showlet and Wyng Wall-Rail. They can be used separately or together, complemented by Wyng shower units, pans and safety handrails, creating hundreds of custom design solutions.
“With the Wyng Wetroom System, spaces as small as 5 x 7 feet can be converted into full wheelchair accessible bathing rooms without the need to knock down walls,” noted Natalie Noack RN, CAPS, co-founder/president/CEO of Culnat LLC. “People think they don’t have an alternative because of limited resources. Even if money is no object, it’s the ‘nowhere to expand’ that can leave a family with undue stress and no other choice but to move out of the home they love. The public needs to know that there is now a solution.
Noack continued, “Our Wyng Wetroom Systems are not just for individuals with permanent or progressive mobility challenges, they are created for people experiencing short-term ‘difficulties’ or who just want more space in their existing bathrooms. We provide product solutions to pregnant moms who have problems accessing the tub, the post-surgical patient in rehabilitation, an elderly relative who is struggling to take a shower on his own, or the wounded warrior coming home to a small bathroom.”