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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.
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
There may be a moment where you have an accident at home: it is far too common. A slip in the bathtub or a fall down the stairs. Or maybe the steps to the porch are too steep or the hallway is too dark at night for safe trips to the bathroom? You might have […]Read More
These days accessible bathroom design is becoming more popular than ever before. Not only are more generations living under one roof, but aging in place specialists are helping younger clients plan for the possibility of future mobility issues in the household. If a member of the family has limited mobility or uses a wheelchair, accessible […]Read More