1. HOMES HAVE BARRIERS
Statistics show that more than 60% of wheelchair users:
- Must negotiate steps to leave their homes
- Live in homes with more than one floor
- Daily contend with other barriers like narrow doorways and small bathrooms
2. SOLUTIONS ARE POSSIBLE
By incorporating Universal Design - design that removes barriers within a
home -you can provide a safer environment. Imagine:
- Grab bars installed for safety
- A functional bathroom with accessible features
- Steps eliminated for low-effort entry
- Widened doorways for ease of movement
3. MONEY IS AVAILABLE
The government offers federal grants to Disabled Veterans with service related
disabilities. These grants can be as much as $74,000*. The Specially Adaptive
Housing (SAH) or Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) grants,
are designed to provide funds needed to eliminate barriers in your home.
*this number may vary based on the current law
4. EXPERIENCE DOES MATTER
Green Construction Services has been remodeling homes for over 25 years.
They not only have the experience but the credentials as well. Green has a team
of qualified personnel who are experts in Design/Build, Certified Aging-in-Place
Specialists (CAPS), and committed to combining functionality & aesthetics.
5. APPROVED BY VETERANS
Over the past six years, numerous disabled veterans have contracted with
Green Construction to remodel their homes, making them more accessible. The
results provided homes for veterans who can function with greater ease and
opportunity for independent living.