Building a Home For Your Future or Making Modifications to Your Current Home
Do you know what “universal design” is? It is architectural planning with finishing touches that make a home suitable for everyone—regardless of age, ability, or disability. A universally-designed home usually has one-level living, wide doorways to accommodate wheelchairs, lever handles, walk-in showers, and other such features.
If you are building a new home, every housing architect and general contractor should be able to accommodate your universal design specifications.
If you need help finding a reputable contractor for modifying your current home to make it more usable and accessible for your aging needs, contact Independence Inc. for the latest Douglas County contractor referral list. They also know about no-interest loans and other assistance for home modifications.