Most of the accidents in the home occur in the bathroom. Safety and accessibility here are real keys to remaining in your own home. Safety bars mounted into 2x4’s in the wall, walk-in bathtubs and accessible showers, elevated toilets, levered water faucet handles and anti-scald devices that limit maximum water temperature to 120 degrees F are some of the important features to consider.
Bathtub & Shower Grab Bars and Safety Rails:
As we age and lose agility, bathing can become difficult. Falls in the bathroom, especially the bathtub and shower areas, are the leadin cause of injury. Grab bars and handrails can provide
safety and support to help you maintain balance. And they're
not just for the elderly or people with disabilities -- everyone can
benefit from a little extra support in and out of the bathtub or shower. Grab bars come in a variety of styles and colors.
Shower-Tub with grab bars and Handheld Shower Head maybe adaptable to Your existing Shower-tub
Walk-in shower with various grab bars:
Roll-in showers and Walk-in tubs:
Using an entry ramp with handrails is so important and a ramp can make all
the difference for easier entry to Home. Entry Ramps can be made either to with concrete, wood or steel to increase access to your home.
Universal Design for Aging in Place & Adaptive Designs
May include raising or lowering countertops, making cabinets and appliances more accessible, etc.
Aging in Place:
Exterior of Home
Many other modifications are possible according to your own needs. Consider what areas of our life could use more support. Specific changes to your home can be made for vision, hearing and mobility difficulties.
We can provide you a Home accessibility Check List during our visit to your facility or client's home. We want to make a safer, more comfortable and accessible home for them….
We also do:
*Remodeling/Restorations/Repairs/Mainaintenance for Property Management Companies
*Senior Housing 202
*SBE Certified State
Examples of our work:
General B Contractor Lic. #549783
Member of AARP
Bonded & Insured
Certified Aging In Place (CAPS-1, 2 and3)
-AARP & National Association of Home Builders-
Tel: (909) 519-0102
E-mail: (click on this:) firstname.lastname@example.org
**We have been a General Contractor with over 24 yrs. of experience. **