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  • Lighting and Accessibility: What You Should Know

    Lighting and Accessibility: What You Should Know

    Accessible lighting gets more important as we get older. As our eyes age and our bodies change, it becomes ever more important to have the appropriate lights and controls installed so that we can make our way from room to room without difficulty. To that end, the following are some things we consider when making our client’s homes more accessible and convenient to live within.

  • Universal Design in Cabinetry

    Universal Design in Cabinetry

    Accessible cabinetry can make an enormous difference in the way you use and enjoy your home. By upgrading everything from cabinet pulls to drawer slides, you can make it much easier to access utensils, dishes, glasses, and the tools you use to prepare your favorite meals.

  • Examining Universal Design in the Kitchen

    Examining Universal Design in the Kitchen

    Universal design is the process of making your home easier to live within. It’s the process of making light switches easier to flip, counters easier to reach, and utensils easier to find. At Totally Accessible Homes, we help our clients achieve this by determining which features need adjusted and how to best fit everything together to create a comfortable and enjoyable kitchen to use.

  • Make the Kitchen of Your Dreams Accessible

    Make the Kitchen of Your Dreams Accessible

    If you enjoy cooking, then you no doubt want to be able to continue to do it as often as time allows. At Totally Accessible Homes, we understand that accessible kitchens are the key ingredient that will give you the ability to cook all the cookies, cakes, and goodies your spouse and grandkids desire.

  • A Remodel for Accessibility Can Improve the Value of Your Home

    A Remodel for Accessibility Can Improve the Value of Your Home

    If you are planning on remodeling your home, then you should focus on two things – improving the function of your home and improving the value of your home. You can do both of these by focusing on renovations that will improve your home’s accessibility. One of the best ways to make your home more accessible to those that are mobility-challenged or have physical limitations is by building a more accessible bathroom on the main floor of your home.

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