All doors within our condo are 36 inches wide yet a few walls are suffering due to the longer turning radius required by the loaner chair. It is also outfitted with what I call "Destructive Foot Plates" I mean these things are unforgiving why in the world they were not made of plastic I'll never know yet with these things whatever you bang will be immediately dented, scratched, destroyed. I have not found them very comfortable either perhaps it's because the chair is not new, I will make due. Repairing the nick's caused a while I play the waiting game. I've also identified what's known as a Water Dam used to prevent water from getting onto the floor. This was necessary as I would frequently flood the bathroom floor when taking a shower in my wheelchair accessible shower stall. Since the condominium was constructed with poured concrete flooring it was impossible to install the shower without a threshold mine is approximately 1 inch high which for me is not a problem yet due to its installation the Water Dam made of collapsible rubber material ensures the floor stays dry. If you search on Google for a water dam for use in wheelchair accessible showers I am certain you will find a distributor close by.