A huge percentage of Americans will suffer from an injury or condition that renders them disabled at some point in their life. Indeed, the Social Security Administration reports that one in five Americans live with a disability, a startling figure.
The fact that so many people in America have disabilities that inhibit mobility speaks to the importance of ensuring that homes and businesses are accessible for disabled individuals. At Doppler Construction, Inc., our Highland construction team can help you to understand ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements for your business, and pursue a remodel whether you are a business owner or a private homeowner. Contact us today for a free consultation and information.
Remodeling a home so that is is accessible to an individual who has a disability can make a world of difference. For example, a person in a wheelchair may be unable to travel to one area of the home from another due to barriers like stairs and narrow hallways, or may be unable to prepare food, bathe, or even get a glass of water for themselves due to limiting factors ranging from countertops that are too high to a lack of safety grab bars near a tub or toilet. An ADA accessible remodel can mean more independence, comfort, security, and safety for that person and their loved ones.
ADA accessible is also important for business owners, and is required by the federal government in some cases. When your business is accessible for those who are disabled, it allows for inclusion rather than exclusion. What ADA accessible features your business is legally required to have depends upon the size of your business and resources available to you.
At Doppler Construction, Inc., we handle 100 percent of the work that goes into an ADA accessible remodel in Highland, so you can take comfort in the fact that you only need to hire one company to handle a complete project, including any electrical or plumbing work that needs to be done. We will work with you to determine which ADA accessible remodel elements are most important, which will depend on existing infrastructure, as well as your specific needs (for example, a person in a wheelchair may have a different need than a person who is limited by age or mobility issues). Some of our most common projects include the installation of ramps and grab bars, lowering countertops and cabinets, and widening hallways or doorways. However, this list is not exclusive, and no project is too big or too small for us to take on.
If it is time to invest in an ADA accessible remodel, contact our Highland construction company today. Our professionals are licensed, bonded, and insured, and we prioritize the needs of our customers. To schedule your free consultation, please call us today at 219-661-1011, or send us an email at email@example.com. We’re ready to answer any questions you have about the ADA accessible remodel process.
If you have questions or would like a free estimate we’d love to hear from you. Call us today at 219-661-1011 to see what Doppler Construction can do for you and your family.