Stay Where You’re Comfortable

You’ve built a lifetime of memories into your home. If your goal is to enjoy your home for as long as possible, our design team and construction crew can help you plan for the future.

Aging in Place, as a design concept, means adapting your home to be safer and more accessible for the time when you have less mobility. Fortunately, renovations to improve accessibility don’t have to be an either-or proposition, because it aligns well with the movement towards opening up rooms and widening doorways and hallways. You can enjoy your modern home today, knowing it will be accessible when you need it.


The key to long-term livability in your home is to look at the space as a whole and identify potential barriers in each room. In the bathroom, this might mean replacing a bathtub with a curbless, zero-threshold shower, or adding extra supports so that if you do need grab handles, they can be added quickly and safely. In the kitchen, open shelving can replace hard-to-reach cupboards, and a high entranceway can be made accessible with a stair-free ramp or elevator. Our design team is experienced and knowledgeable about innovative approaches to help you enjoy your space as long as possible.

Regardless of what you do, the goal of aging in place renovations is always the same: to create a beautiful, safe, functional home that integrates seamlessly with your lifestyle now and in the future.

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