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They may mean a curbless shower. Those are common in high end homes and are also seriously convenient for anyone who needs to roll in in their wheelchair. They may also mean a shower that's large enough and/or configured so that it doesn't need a glass door. I built one like that in our last house. Wayyy better than having a door IMO.

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They may mean a curbless shower. Those are common in high end homes and are also seriously convenient for anyone who needs to roll in in their wheelchair. They may also mean a shower that's large enough and/or configured so that it doesn't need a glass door. I built one like that in our last house. Wayyy better than having a door IMO.

There is the roll-in shower used in an accessible bathroom. Good point.

AHI may be on track that they could be using the term to differentiate the separate shower from the combination tub with showers that you "Step-in".

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Don't ya just love inspecting those showers where you have to get soaked by spray heads shooting from all directions? Turning them on is ok but going back in to turn them off, I want to ask for volunteers. [:)]

Yep, just got the full dose from the Body Spray Nozzles the other day, glad I had a spare shirt![:-dunce]

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