Creative Home Modification & Accessible Remodeling
Creating an accessible home is not an ordinary DIY remodeling project. As a caregiver, you already have enough on your plate ‒ let us handle the remodeling work and help make your home a safer place.
At Mission Health + Home, our home modification specialists will transform your home and make it easier and more functional for the person in your life who is aging in place or has mobility and accessibility needs.
From ramp installation to kitchen, bathroom, and whole-home accessible remodeling, our team can help make way for your family member’s accessibility and mobility equipment and provide solutions for their safety, comfort, and peace of mind.
We are here to help you create a safer, functional bathroom without compromising beauty and aesthetics. We install custom showers from Bestbath™. With hundreds of color options and looks to choose from, we will help you design a beautiful bathroom, while reducing the risk of slipping, sliding, and falls.
A tub-to-shower conversion is a great way to reinvent your bathroom, while also creating a safer bathing experience. Having to step over the wall of the tub is a common cause of falls in a bathroom. By converting your tub to a shower, you will eliminate the risk of falling while getting in and out of the tub. This remodeling service often also includes the installation of a seat and grab bars, which can make your bathing space even more comfortable and safer to get in and out of.
Regardless of your loved one’s age or ability, Mission Health + Home is committed to helping them stay in their current home for years to come. No matter the layout of the existing home, our home modification specialists will design rooms that enhance their independence and promote their comfort and well-being.
Our team will work closely with you and your loved one to understand their abilities and physical limitations. We will also take their current and future needs into consideration as we design individual rooms.
What is an accessible home?
There is no shortage of ways we can create an accessible home. Making doorways wider, creating pathways, and installing wheelchair ramps are only the beginning. Pull handles can be very helpful for doors, cabinets, and closets. Open shelving and lowering bathroom and kitchen counters can minimize strain, while non-slip flooring and showers can prevent injuries.
Then there are the small details, like installing non-scald controls on the water tap or making light switches easy to access upon entry into a room.
If you would like to learn more about how our accessible remodeling experts can make your loved one’s home a safer place, send us a message!