Adaptive Access

Many of us never stop to consider how many small tasks we do daily. For some people, the simple act of stepping over the threshold, entering the restroom, and pulling the chain for the light in the closet are a great challenge to overcome. Home modifications allow for fully functional independence.

Some examples of these modifications include:

  • Building wheelchair access ramps
  • Creating roll-in showers
  • Removing thresholds
  • Widening doorways and/or hallways
  • Installing lever door knobs
  • Replacing light switches with rocker panel styles
  • Adding hand rails throughout the home
  • Installing Grab bars in the bathroom
  • Moving and/or removing shelves
  • Changing landscapes to allow more freedom of movement outdoors

At Homewood Handyman, we know that every one of our customers has their own unique challenges, that’s why we provide a comprehensive in-home evaluation for any inquires we receive about adaptive access. We provide a no-scam quote for cost of goods and labor. Adjusting to a disability is tough and Homewood Handyman is here to help. 205-217-5671