Universal Design


Accessible homes encourage independence and confidence.

It is our privilege to serve people who can benefit from increased functionality in their home—all while providing a beautiful, aesthetic experience. 


We create custom solutions to solve unique challenges.

Not sure how to solve accessibility challenges in your home? You need an experienced partner to show you how Universal Design modifications can improve your quality of life. 

  • Permanent egress structures

  • Elevation solutions

  • Compliant walkways and doorways

  • Bathroom accessibility – curbless showers, toilet rooms, safety rails, inclusive vanities and storage solutions, turn radius modifications


Disabled Veterans

It is our honor to serve disabled veterans by modifying their home for accessibility. Brave men and women who have served our country well often suffer debilitating injuries or illnesses that restrict their ability to live safely and comfortably in their homes. 

Special Adaptive Housing (SAH) Grants are available for qualifying veterans. We are experienced in SAH requirements and can guide you through the entire process.



Studies have shown that more than 90 percent of adults surveyed (over the age of 50) want to remain in their homes as long as possible. We enjoy sitting down with clients to discuss not only current needs, but also future lifestyle and health changes that may impact the future functionality of their home. We consider all options to provide the best possible solution to the accessibility challenges our clients may face.


Inclusive Design

Modifications in a home are not always the result of a change in health, age, or ability of the owner. Sometimes children or other family members face situations that necessitate change to enhance accessibility. Regardless of the need, we are driven by two guiding principles: functionality and aesthetics. Does the proposed change provide greater ease of movement or comfort and can this change be done in an aesthetically-pleasing fashion? Consider it done.


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