There’s no place like home
Remodeling your home for barrier-free living can be a challenge, especially for seniors and special needs families. That’s why our owner, Ken Kowalski, studied the codes and standards necessary to become a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) to assist those who know quality of life includes being able to enjoy the comfort of their own home and the familiarity of their neighborhood. Aging-in-Place and special needs remodeling might include options such as anti-scald temperature controls in bathrooms, wheelchair or walker accessible doorways, motorized sink cabinets, automatic door openers, non-slip flooring, custom built ramps, or simply just adding grab bars. The CAPS designation is a reliable way to identify professionals who are qualified to modify your home for seniors or special needs family members. Aging-in-Place isn’t only for those with needs; Aging-in-Place simply means you want to live in a safer home.