Home modifications increase independence for the aged or those with disabilities. According to AARP, by 2035 an estimated 31 million homes will have a resident with a disability that causes a limitation in moving around the home or completing daily tasks. Home modifications increase safety and independence allowing them to say in their home longer. While it is possible for a non-professional to assess the modifications needed to make a home both accessible and safe, the use of a professional is worth the additional effort.
We recognize a disability's progression to project potential future needs, saving additional costs and making lifelong modifications. Additionally, knowledge of the full breadth of products available provides the homeowner with choices taking into consideration the homes structural limitations and monetary concerns.
Our team can transform your home into the safe, comfortable, and accessible home your deserve.
Fully licensed and insured for your peace of mind.
Complete Home Assessments
Consult with home owner, medical professionals, Occupational Therapists, and Agencies to ascertain current needs and future prognosis
Work with home owner on Scope of Work projections to get accurate quotes from contractors, if applicable
Oversee project progress and installations
The NAHB Remodelers Council, in collaboration with AARP, NAHB Research Center and NAHB 50+ Housing Council developed the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) program to provide comprehensive information about working with older and maturing adults to remodel their homes for aging-in-place. This certification is achieved through eduction training and testing using a multi-course program. A CAPS Specialist understands the unique needs of the older adult population and is knowledgeable about aging-in-place home modifications, common remodeling projects, and solutions to barriers.