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Accessible design is a design method that takes any special needs of the user into consideration, providing easier access. It is most often used in bathrooms but can be applied to other living spaces.
Multigenerational living has been increasing in popularity in recent years. Whether it’s your parents who need a little extra help or your adult kids who aren’t able to get started on their own due to the increasing cost of living, moving family members into your home is something you may need to do. Building an […]Read More
As we’re all getting older, it’s important to make sure your Maryland home changes with you. One of the most important places to make improvements is in the bathroom. As Certified Aging in Place Specialists, T.W. Ellis has been trained not only in the unique requirements of preparing a home for an aging population but […]Read More
One undeniable truth is that we’re all getting older, and many of the homes we remodel at T.W. Ellis are a reflection of that fact. Baby Boomers are living longer, and want to stay in their homes. Retirement for them doesn’t look the same as previous generations. And Generation X isn’t far behind them – […]Read More
All this month on the T.W. Ellis blog we’re sharing tips on ways you can improve your bathroom. This week, we’re examining tips for making your bathroom more accessible. Be sure to check out our earlier posts on other important bathroom topics. Millions of Americans have mobility issues. An aging population means those numbers are […]Read More
Our focus this month on the T.W. Ellis blog is the steps to take before you get started on your remodel. We’ve already looked at prepping for your project and budgeting for your remodel. This week, we’re talking about why hiring a certified remodeler is an important part of your remodeling success. At T.W. Ellis, […]Read More
There are more than 30 million Americans that use wheelchairs and millions more that have other mobility issues. And those numbers are only going to increase as the population ages. Even for homeowners not facing that challenge today, it makes sense to prepare your house for older visitors or your own future needs. An accessible […]Read More