If you’re thinking about helping a senior loved one avoid moving into a retirement community, nursing home, or other types of long-term care facility, living in place modifications can be made in their current home.
Accessible Bathroom & Home Remodeling in Colorado
Boulder, Longmont, Broomfield, Thornton, Louisville
Most Colorado contractors do not modify your space with your unique health needs in mind. Our design experts can help.
Our experts in Colorado will guide you through the process of designing modifications to create a safe home for you, all the way through partnering you with a certified local contractor to complete the renovations.
Why Design First?
Your needs are complex. We understand your specific disability requires a unique solution. Design your best life at home so you can remain safe and independent.
We are healthcare professionals and accessible design experts.
Our dedicated team of experts will lovingly guide you through the process of designing and remodeling your home to allow you or your loved ones to live independently. Our years of experience.. have shown us what an important role home design plays in keeping someone healthy, happy, and independent.
We offer more for your aging in place needs than your local remodeling contractor.
Guidance and caring support every step of the way. From the initial designs to the contractor selection process, we give homeowners and their families peace of mind, so seniors or those living with disabilities can enjoy an accessible home and remain independent.
Expert knowledge on product selection — our experts are up to date on all of the high-quality fixtures, furniture, and appliances needed for your home modification remodel. Most contractors source building grade appliances, but our experts spend hours compiling product recommendations specific to your needs. After all, not all appliances, fixtures and hardware are suitable for everyone.
Solutions for Home Safety & Accessibility in Colorado
Bathtubs, Showers and Toilets
Stairs & Mobility
How our Design-Bid-Build Process Works
Our team uses universal design principles to cater to aging or disabled individuals who wish to remain.
Evaluate Home Accessibility
We assess your situation – combining personal health and mobility considerations with safe and accessible use of the home space – to offer a customized proposal for design that works for you.
Contract for Design
Get Comparable Bids
Use your customized design as a technical document and scope of work allowing for accurate and competitive bidding as you decide on your remodeling contractor. And as part of our design service, we partner you with one of our local home remodeling contractors from our network.
Build your Design
Work with a licensed contractor and benefit from the support of our in-house professional engineers as we guide you through the process to ensure your design is implemented according to its specifications.
Start with a free phone consultation with a specialist
Our disability remodeling experts in Colorado will lead the way.
Design - Bid - Build
Ready for Design?
We provide a product that includes recommendations from a unique, twofold perspective, incorporating both a healthcare viewpoint combined with engineering design.
Our healthcare professionals have in-depth knowledge of accessibility issues as well as the experience to offer solutions that meet your specific needs now and anticipate how they may change over time. The design requirements of your project will be professionally integrated into a plan to ensure your project scope is fully well-defined.
Our plans will incorporate Universal Design approaches as well as comply with current CAPS (Certified Aging in Place Specialist), ANSI and ADA guidelines.
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Aging in place remodeling enables homeowners to remain in their homes as they age or when living with a chronic condition. Learn More.
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