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What Disability Remodeling Involves
Remodeling for a disability or the changing needs of older adults who want to age in place involves changing the home so that it accommodates the new or changing needs of its occupants. This will include making the home and its features easier to operate, and also making it more accessible for those using mobility assistance devices. Some of these remodeling changes may include:
- Widening doorways and hallways to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers.
- Decreasing the number of steps or uneven thresholds in the home.
- Adding a wheelchair ramp to the exterior entry.
- Adding features like stair lifts and easy-release door handles to make the home easier to use.
- Remodeling the bathroom to make it accessible, including the addition of walk-in tubs.
These are just some of the ways we can make a home more accessible to those who are elderly or disabled. Each disability remodel is unique to the home’s owners, but features elements of Universal Design aimed at transforming the home so it can accommodate a variety of needs and abilities, while still keeping it attractive and appealing.
Do you need accessibility in your home? Contact the Ideal Construction & Remodeling team today for a free consultation on an aging in place remodel.
The Benefits of Aging in Place Remodeling
Disability remodeling has the obvious benefit of making the home more livable for its current occupants, but that’s just one benefit. As more and more people are focusing on keeping mom or dad comfortable at home, homes with disability-friendly features are growing increasingly popular. With a design that’s attractive yet accessible, you can improve your home’s value and potential resale later. An accessible home also creates a space where younger people can age in place, and this is becoming increasingly important to even first-time buyers with an eye on the future.
Disability Remodeling with a Customer-Centric Focus in the Washington, DC Area
At Ideal Construction & Remodeling, we take a client-centric focus to all of our remodeling services, including disability remodeling. We work with our clients to create a design that is attractive and inclusive. We take your design ideas and disability needs into mind throughout the process, so the end result is a space you will be proud to call home, while also giving you a home that accommodates your unique needs.