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Outdoor Safety Tips for Accessibility This Spring

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 27, 2017 4:19:00 PM / by Jeff LaBombard posted in Home Accessibility

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Spring Outdoor Safety Aging In Place


As you venture out to enjoy the lovely spring weather, take a look around your home for opportunities to improve safety and accessibility within your outdoor spaces. As a proud homeowner who plans to spend as much time as possible living independently, you can ensure that your property takes care of you just as well as you've cared for it. This article will outline a four areas and provide some expert tips for assessing the level of your home's outdoor safety. 

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The 3 Most Important Home Accessibility Renovations

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 19, 2014 12:09:00 PM / by Mike LaBombard posted in Bathroom Accessibility, Kitchen Accessibility, Home Accessibility

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StairsThe 3 Most Important Home Accessibility Renovations:

One Step At A Time

Renovating a home can be an expensive process depending on a number of factors (materials, designs, complexity, etc.). However, depending on your accessibility needs, you do have the flexibility to take things one step at a time and focus your resources on a few key locations. This blog will walk through what we believe to be the three most important places in your home that should be renovated for maximum accessibility. 

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