Monthly Archives: June 2010

Preparing Your Home for Visitors with Disabilities: Accessibility Issues

Will you soon be entertaining a guest with a disability or are you an individual with a disability?  There are many things that can be done to temporarily make any home more accessible and user-friendly for visitors with disabilities.  Read the article from Disaboom.com to find out more.  Contact us with any questions if you [...]

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Grab Bars for Bathrooms: What You Should Know Before Installation

The type of shower determines the installation method and products needed to have a successful installation. State Building Codes and Federal accessibility guidelines for public buildings require grab bars be installed to support a minimum 250 pounds. Read More  Grab Bars for Bathrooms: What You Should Know Before Installation

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Schroeder Update

The Desire to Age in Place Despite an Uncertain Future Remodeling their home became the best choice for Mike and Ann Schroeder after examining the alternatives and the feasibility of alternative housing. Mike has a degenerative nerve disease that progressively affects mobility. As his wife Ann told Accessibility Design when the project began, “We’re not [...]

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