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Baseboard lighting comes in many different forms, but it's smart to safeguard against falls in the dark.
Whether you're going up and down stairs on your own two feet or in a lift, falls and accidents in the dark are a big deal. Installing lighting that ensures your path is clear is a great way to safeguard yourself against falls in the dark. (Plus, your grandkids will love it!)
Door Handles Instead of Knobs
Turning door knobs gets more and more difficult as we age and our joints and muscles just don't work as well. Changing knobs out to handles is an easy change that makes a big difference.
A hands-free faucet allows you to turn the water on and off without having to engage joints that may be painful.
Non-Slip Bathroom Tiles
Non-slip bathroom tiles helps keep you safe outside the tub as well, and there are plenty of non-slip tile options out there to go with any bathroom color scheme.
A shower room allows you to enter and exit the shower in a wheelchair or with any other walking-assist device(s). And it's really pretty, too.
Universal Design-Sized Doors
You need doorways that will accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, or any other walking-assist device. We recommend that all of the doorways you'll use regularly need to be at least 36" wide.
This is a great example of universally designed, universally accessible kitchen cabinets. All kitchen tools and vessels are stowed in drawers that are at the proper height for wheelchair accessibility, and it's easy to reach in and get a plate or spice out from this height (versus overhead reach).
Universal Outdoor Access
We find that most customers don't necessarily consider universal outdoor access, but it's important to make sure everyone has access to green spaces and viewing wildlife, especially if they are housebound for extended periods of time.
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Kevin & Heather Osteen
(423) 509 3026