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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You deserve a home that is custom built to accentuate your personality. We are here to fulfill that desire, we ...Read more Willowtree Construction Company's founder Frank Samifanni started undertaking renovation projects as a sole proprietor in 199...Read more Renovation & Construction, Architecture & Engineering, Interior Design & Home StagingRead more Family owned renovation and construction company serving the greater Toronto area. We are general contractors who specialize i...Read more AGM Renovations experts provide quality basement finishing services throughout the GTA and the surrounding area. See our Servi...Read more Welcome to On Time Contracting. I've had my renovation business now for 15+ years. I do one job at a time to finish on-time...Read more
Recently Reviewed Centre Island Accessibility Retrofit
Chicasa did a complete interior renovation of our new house. Amazing attention to details and incredibly responsive. They far exceeded all of our expectations. These guys are full service from creating the design to following through in making it exactly...
My wife and I decided to do some minor renovations in the house this summer to freshen up the main floor; which involved tearing down a knee wall, moving a fireplace, putting in some built-in cabinets, and installing new counter...
Frank (Willowtree Construction Company) came highly recommended to us by a family member when we needed certain repairs done at our rental property on an urgent basis. We were moving out of town in a couple of days and our...