Adaptive Access

Many of us never stop to consider how many small tasks we do on a daily basis. 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.

Examples of these modifications include, but are not limited to:

  • 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
  • Relocating and/or removing shelves
  • Modifying landscapes to allow more freedom of movement outdoors

At Homewood Handyman, we know that every one of our customers have their own unique challenges, that’s why we provide a comprehensive in-home evaluation for any inquires we receive about adaptive access. Rest assured, we provide a no-scam quote for cost of goods and labor, just give us a call or simply fill out the form to the right. Adjusting to a disability is tough and Homewood Handyman is here to help.