ADA Special Needs Accessibility remodeling requirement service needs.
Things you may need to consider:
First of all, towel bars, for instance, may need to be lowered. In a addition, an 18” height toilet may be preferable for easy transfer. Grab bars are very important and should be installed by the toilet, tub, and in the shower.
Grab bars should be the right size in diameter and placed in the correct spots. Furthermore, Grab bars need to be placed at the proper height with the correct strength. A hand-held shower may replace your traditional shower head therefore, someone that has difficulties can use a chair or bench and still shower independently.
Floors should not be slippery. Vinyl and slick tile are consequently not good choices. A NON-Slip tile with a Coefficience of friction number or C.O.F.# would be the best product to use.
It’s not easy to have physical disabilities, but we can make it easier for you or your loved ones. Our General Building Contractor is an expert in addressing your physically disabled or ADA Special Needs Accessibility remodeling requirement service needs. We hope we can help you too!
To request a service, Call Rick at (727) 809-1851. We are always happy to answer your ADA Special Needs Accessibility remodeling questions!