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Bathroom Accessibility: How to Tell if My Bathroom is Safe

[fa icon="calendar'] May 4, 2017 2:24:00 PM / by Jeff LaBombard posted in Bathroom Accessibility

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Why Think About Bathroom Accessibility? 

You love your home and want to remain living in it for the rest of your life. You're just not sure if it is as accessible as you may need one day. Or perhaps, you are looking to build your dream house. Although you don't have accessibility needs now, you want to make sure that your new house will be able to meet your needs no matter what the future holds.

If either of those scenarios describe you, it's time to make sure that your new or existing home has the appropriate features to allow you to Age In Place. One of the most important rooms of the house to make accessible and safe is the bathroom.

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Starting A Shower Grab Bar Renovation

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 22, 2014 8:00:00 AM / by Mike LaBombard posted in Bathroom Accessibility

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Grab_Bar_Renovation_titleAccessibility Assessment:

The first step to any accessibility renovation is to assess the mobility of the primary user. A person's mobility can vary in severity from paraplegic with very little mobility, to a mild case of arthritis that can sometimes inhibit the usage of everyday tools like a showerhead or nozzle. This AIP Builders Tip Of The Day will go over what type of grab bar renovation may be needed in the shower to suit your accessibility needs.

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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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