Disability Needs Remodeling Building a wheelchair accessible ramp


Do you have a family member who has trouble moving around their house?

Do you need to quickly make their house (or your home) more accessible?

There are a couple Yakima remodeling contractors who have experience in light construction projects that help people with mobility issues. These remodeling projects can often help homeowners and family members stay in their homes longer instead of having to move out.

These projects can help anyone who has a mobility issue. But they are often constructed for someone who is suddenly forced into using a wheelchair or a walker.

What Are the Most Common Types of Projects?
1. Building a wheelchair ramp for easier access in and out.
2. Bathroom remodeling so the homeowner can access the shower and toilet areas easier.
3. Redesigning a first-floor space in order to support a large hospital bed and medical equipment.
4. Kitchen remodeling to make it easier to perform kitchen tasks and provide the homeowner more independence.
5. Installing a stair lift or elevator.

Can I Just Do It Myself?
The problem with many do-it-yourself home construction projects is they are usually completed by someone who doesn’t have that much experience doing it. Most people are busy and they usually end up having to do the work in a hurry over the course of a weekend or two.

The end results of many DIY projects often don’t look good. They can often have a substantial negative impact on the market value of the house when it is put up for sale one day.

A professional Yakima contractor has the experience, knowledge and skills to understand which type of renovations and changes you need. Plus they know how to perform those changes in a way so future home buyers will view your renovations as actual improvements to the home.

You can find one of these Yakima WA home contractors that will help out with making your home easier to use for anyone with a new physical challenge.

Wondering How to Start?
It’s pretty easy really – just make a phone call.

Ask a few questions. Talk it over. Get some good advice.