Homeowners over the age of 55 make a large percentage of those having remodel work done on their homes. Many older homeowners wish to remain in their home rather than move out as they age. This creates a need for remodeling with accessibility in mind.

Whether you are of “that age” or not, it is always wise to include accessibility themes in any home remodel project. Anyone can appreciate wider doors, easy-to-use faucets, task lighting and cabinets designed for frequently used items that are located within easy reach.

A few grab bars, disguised as towel  bars and toilet paper holders make a great addition to any bathroom, and non-skid tile selected for a frequently wet bath floor is greatly appreciated by anyone just out of the shower!

We have experience in remodeling baths and kitchens for accessibility. Give us a call if you are looking for ideas and installations of this type, we’d be glad to help!

After - New tub installed with tile surround and L - shaped grab bar, Bellingham

Bellingham bath remodel for low-vision person with poor balance; grab bars

Delta tissue holder grab bar