Many older homes have been built without any consideration for wheelchair accessibility that causes problems for those with disabilities or mobility issues, as they cannot get access to some of the rooms within their home.
Door widening and an automatic door opener help overcome the barrier of small doorways in most homes. As a general contractor, we can remove your existing doorway, and by widening the door frame, we can enlarge the opening making it accessible for a person in a wheelchair or any person requiring a bigger opening. We can also move existing light switches or outlets, and install a beautiful 32 or 36-inch doorway. We can match your existing door style and color and even add flooring to match your existing flooring. Barn doors have also become quite popular and can add a nice splash of design to any doorway.
The primary focus of our door widening process is customer safety, accessibility, and compliance. Our years of experience and strong knowledge help us put together a thorough installation process. We aim to do this as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure ease of accessibility for our customers and avoid as much inconvenience as possible.
The CAPS Designation was developed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in partnership with AARP and is administered by NAHB. Professionals who have earned the CAPS designation are experts in designing and building aesthetically-enriching, barrier-free living environments. They have been trained in the unique needs of the older adult population and apply strategies and techniques to provide comprehensive and practical home modification solutions