Aging In Place – Handicap Accessible
J&S Carpentry and Construction offers a variety of remodeling services required for handicap accessibility and wheelchair access in the home or office.
J&S specializes in “Aging in Place” renovations for seniors. Aging in Place is a term that refers to senior homeowners making needed modifications to their houses in order to live in their homes comfortably and safely. Some examples of Aging in Place modifications include creating more first floor living space–such as a master suite on the first floor–or creating wheelchair accessibility in the home. These types of renovations may include creating wheelchair ramps, widening doorways, eliminating thresholds, lowering kitchen counter tops, as well as making modifications to bathrooms.
Finding a knowledgeable and professional contractor to help with this process is essential. J&S Carpentry and Construction can help.
Call J&S at 978-750-9741 for a project evaluation on handicap accessibility and Aging in Place renovations today.
Thank you very much for your excellent service. You have always provided good quality workmanship at a fair price.
When I bought my house and you made a wheelchair accessible addition for my parents (bedroom and bathroom, access through all interior and exterior doors), you made sure that all the work got done, not only to my satisfaction and on time, but to my mother’s satisfaction as well. You had a good eye for detail, design and color and helped me make many decisions that helped the whole project come together beautifully. When you added on my carport, you found attractive solutions for the many tricky problems it presented, from beautiful round columns to the skylights and beadboard in the roof.
I really like your telephone service that allows you to be always reachable, wherever you may be. If a problem develops, I know I can call you and you will come by to assess the situation as quickly as possible.
In short, you have given me great value for my dollar and helped me make my house a very comfortable home.
Linda R., Homeowner who needed “Aging in Place” Wheelchair Accessibility Renovations