Bathroom Grants

Housing Adaptation Grants for older people and people with a disability

Dublin City Council provides Mobility Aids Housing Grant to assist with adaptation works which are necessary to allow you to remain living in your home.

Did you know, you may be eligible for financial support from your council to make small adaptations to your home? Did you know that mobility bathroom grants can cover 95% of the cost of your new Mobility Bathroom? A local authority can offer different types of help with home improvements. It will have its own rules about the types of help it will offer, and about the conditions you must meet in order to qualify for help.

Requirements for the grant

The person who the grant is for must:

Have the grant application approved before the work starts on the home;

  • Live in the home when the work is completed.
  • Have their tax affairs in order.
  • Have tax clearance from Revenue if the grant is for more than €10,000.
  • Show that the Local Property Tax for the home is in order.


This grant is for older people and/or people with a disability who find it hard to move around their home due to mobility issues.

How can we help you at The Factory Outlet?

The member of our team will go through your various options, such as ware, tiles and fittings. We offer a wide selection of bathroom ware to suit all needs. You can choose from multiple designs of grab rails, sinks, toilets, walk-in showers or baths. We aim to give you the bathroom you’ve always dreamed of.

Once we get the go-ahead, The Factory Outlet installation team will strip out and properly dispose of your old bathroom before fitting your new custom replacement. Working to the highest standards, we will complete all the plumbing, fitting, wiring and tiling in just five days.

One of our project managers supervises all the work and will continually liaise with the client throughout the refurbishment, making sure that our highly skilled workforce delivers the very best standards of fit and finish.

For more information please visit Dublin City Council’s Website HERE