Accessible Home

About 90% of Americans over 65 want to remain in their homes as they age, rather than move to assisted living.

You can add wheelchair lifts, roll in showers, kitchen lifts and other accessibility products to any home at any time. However, seniors who plan for aging in place before they actually require accessible products are better prepared and have more options than those who wait until there is an emergency or sudden need for accessibility in their home.

Many factors can influence your decision to renovate your current home or move to a more suitable abode. Even if you move, you will still likely need to do renovations in your new place, but those renovations may be less costly depending on the overall layout of the house.

What is a Curbless Shower?

What is a Curbless Shower?

How to create a Stylish and Safe Bathroom with a Curbless Shower As years pass by, most people need to change the way they do everyday things. You can modify your environment to accommodate your changing with a few updates. The best first step is to add a curbless...