Accessibility you can live with.
Each day, an estimated 10,000 baby boomers turn 65, but the number of seniors planning to move to an assisted living facility is actually decreasing. Why? Because more and more seniors are choosing to stay in their homes as they age.
With the right upgrades and design choices, aging in place can be a safe and comfortable option that allows you to maintain your independence. In fact, making your home more accessible to your changing needs may even save you money in the long run. Many baby boomers have discovered that the cost upgrading their existing home to suit their accessibility needs was comparable to just four to six months of assisted living care.
And if you aren’t sure where to start when it comes to making your home aging in place friendly, don’t worry—we can help. Since every home and situation is unique, our remodeling experts can walk you through a no-obligation consultation that takes your specific needs into consideration. From the small changes—like better lighting and less tripping hazards—to the big changes—like bathroom remodeling or a first floor addition that provides sleeping, eating and bathing on one easy to access level—we can help you discover what an accessible home looks like for you. We even have experience designing home elevator shafts, including making the necessary structural changes to accommodate assembly and installation, so don’t be afraid to think big.
Give us a call and tell us about your home. We’ll walk you through it step by step. And in the meantime, check out our guide to aging in place in Northern Virginia for more information.