Over 30% of homeowners will do a substantial renovation to their residence, with over half of this number being homeowners over 40. Renovating your home with accessibility in mind could be the thing that allows you to live there independently for the rest of your life. If planned out properly, accessibility does not have to affect the aesthetic appeal of your home. Many homeowners are hesitant to put these helpful solutions in place because they have been put off by hospital-looking design. However, if working with the right designs in mind, accessible additions can fit seamlessly. Read how this couple is making their home work for them long term here.
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