Barrier Free Home Remodeling
Modifying homes to meet the special needs of seniors and the disabled
Our population is changing. People are aging, and living more independently. Seniors, veterans, and younger and older persons with disabilities are choosing to reside in their own residence rather than live in assisted-living facilities. Today's homeowners are now looking for homes that are safer, easier to move around, and provide a comfortable, barrier-free environment.
DUNCAN---Your Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist
As a CAPS-designated installer, DUNCAN offers aging homeowners an opportunity to age with their existing home as they mature to meet their physical needs. We can remove an existing bathtub and install an easy-access shower in its place; we can adjust countertop heights; and even create multifunctional first floor master suites.
Duncan can incorporate these designs into new construction or on remodeling projects. The concepts of aging-in-place and aging-in-community are beginning to take center stage as a result of the baby-boomer population. Additionally, installing basic accessibility features in new construction will save remodeling dollars in the future.
Who can you rely on to modify your home?
At Duncan, our CAPS professionals go beyond design to address the codes and standards, common remodeling expenditures and projects, product ideas and resources needed to provide comprehensive and practical aging-in-place solutions.
What is the CAPS designation?
A Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) has been trained in:
Duncan Barrier Free features to consider: