CAPS remodels create a home for life; what is it?

The need for easy access and maneuverability changes as we age, yet most of us prefer to remain in our homes through our maturing years. A safe and comfortable environment allows independent living, regardless of age or ability level. CAPS (Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists) was developed by the National Association of Home Builders and AARP for that very purpose.

CAPS is the only designation program dedicated to the older adult market, and DyLon McClary, the owner of Rose Construction, Inc, is a certified CAPS contractor. CAPS connects consumers with accessibility needs with trained professionals who can provide solutions.

We are highly qualified to remodel your home into a safe and barrier-free space. Your bath can be transformed into a safe, accessible, sanctuary, while maintaining its beauty and keeping it suited to your style and tastes.

Having a CAPS designed remodel on any room in your home improves safety, will keep you in your home longer, and can add resale value to your home. Transforming your home is less expensive than moving into an assisted living facility!

Some of the CAPS modifications we can provide for bathroom remodels include, depending on space available:

  • Barrier-free bathrooms
  • Roll-in shower and sink
  • Curved shower rod for increased space
  • Sit-in tubs
  • Low shower enclosure
  • Decorative handrails and grab-bars
  • Curbless showers
  • Handheld shower head
  • Shower bench
  • Widened closet entrance
  • Accessible, higher commode

Keep your independence and stay in your home as long as possible!

 

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