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MAKE YOUR HOME ACCESSIBLE FOR A LIFETIME!

Modifying your home to allow you to live there actively and safely for as long as possible answers some of our deepest needs for comfort, security, independence and identity.

It also makes financial sense, too.

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What’s included in a typical aging-in-place renovation project?

While your solution will be unique, here are some common features of a typical project:

  • creating a first floor bedroom
  • adding an accessible bathroom with a barrier-free shower
  • building a ramped, covered, and well-lighted entrance to the home
  • renovating the kitchen to make the counters and appliances more accessible
  • widening doorways to accommodate a wheelchair
  • improving lighting and hardware throughout the home

 

While every project is different, many aging-in-place renovations will:

  • increase the value of your home
  • make your home easier to sell when the time comes
  • cost less than moving into an assisted living facility or nursing home

MAKE YOUR HOME ACCESSIBLE FOR A LIFETIME!