People need a more accessible home for a variety of reasons. Some people are veterans and we're honored to be able to make their homes more comfortable, so that a service member can maintain his or her independence. Some of our customers are grandmothers, grandfathers, or empty nesters just looking to stay safe and comfortable in the home they love. Others may have had an accident, a disability from birth, or an illness that is causing a temporary or permanent limited mobility or other another issue, and the last thing they want to worry about is getting around and using their home.
One size does not fit all.
We work with you (or you and your loved one) to ensure that we provide the options that make sense for you and how you use your home. We can provide options and suggestions for features and solutions that most people aren't even aware of. Because this is what we do, and it's what we've done for 30 years.
We'd be happy for the opportunity to keep your home safe, beautiful, and liveable by providing customized solutions that meet your specific needs.
Here are just a few of the services we can provide:
Don't wait and worry any more.
Here's what one of our customers had to say about their experience:
After experiencing complications from knee surgery, Diane’s leg was amputated and her house was no longer accessible to her. To keep Diane safe at home, North Coast Accessible Homes and its team of experts expanded the master bathroom to accommodate a roll-in shower and provided more common space around her toilet and sink. They also replaced the carpet throughout her home with hardwood flooring and installed ramps at the front entrance and garage door.
“The team at North Coast Accessible Homes is both congenial and professional. They definitely go out of their way to please the customer; so much so I have future projects planned.” – Diane R.