Accessible home remodeling can provide an enjoyable, rewarding and beautiful home environment for people.
What accessibility means
According to Google, “accessible” means:
- the quality of being able to be reached or entered.
- the quality of being easy to obtain or use.
- the quality of being easily understood or appreciated.
When applied to your home through accessible remodeling, accessibility can be incorporated in an as-needed or as-beneficial way.
Accessible remodeling examples
For instance, for people who are a little older, it could be used to create a home that is easier to live in and more safe from falls. That could include no-step entries to the home, barrier-free showers and easy access to appliances.
If you are a wheelchair user, it could mean a ramp at your front door, wider hallways and doorways and a handicap accessible bathroom.
Or, if you have an older parent who you worry over and you’d like peace of mind knowing they are being kept safe at home, it could mean grab bars in their bathroom, a no-step entry and even appliances in the kitchen that are Universally designed, so they are easier to operate.
Regardless of what your accessible home remodeling needs are, the team at Stella Contracting stands ready to help. We specialize in accessibility, are licensed, insured and have a Certified Aging in Place Specialist on-staff.
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1. “What accessibility means”, Google search query, accessed July 20, 2017 from URL https://www.google.com/search?q=What+accessibility+means&oq=What+accessibility+means