To retrofit a home for accessibility purposes, experts recommend a two-car garage to allow enough room for maneuvering a wheelchair. The doorways should also be wide enough to fit a wheelchair and bars and ramps should be installed in different areas of the house.
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Recently Reviewed Carlisle Accessibility Retrofit
From start to finish we found Gracia Makeovers an amazing contractor to renovate our house. We selected Daniel from Gracia Makeovers as our neighbor recommended him and we were impressed by his knowledge, his honesty and promise to have the...
George and his team worked promptly, were knowledgeable and fairly priced. We had a den removed, a fireplace removed, a new powder room constructed and new flooring put in. We had structural reinforcements put in. Everything looks sturdy, and beautiful....
GEORGE IS A GENIUS! He is not only knowledgeable but meticulous and maintains close communication with the customer throughout the process. We had a sinking garage floor (19-year-old home, constructed by a very reputable builder). No other...