Why work with a Certified Aging in Place Specialist?
A Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) is a person who has completed the CAPS training and is certified by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) .
They receive in-depth training that allows them to:
- Help you identify solutions to your particular needs.
- Recommend innovative, stylish ways to improve your home.
- Install modifications or assistive devices.
- Enhance your home through remodeling or new construction.
Many contractors and businesses claim to have knowledge and experience in accessibility and aging in place, but only Certified Aging in Place Specialists are formally recognized as experts in the home construction and remodeling field.
What does it look like to work with Accessibility Remodeling?
When you reach out to Accessibility Remodeling, we will follow up with you to get details about your project. We prefer to visit your home in person so we can see the space(s) you are concerned about with our own eyes.
Once we get information about your unique needs, we will prepare an estimate for you. The estimate is good for 30 days.
All projects require a deposit for us to begin our work.
Once you give us the green light to begin work, we will do our best to:
- complete the work in a workmanlike manner according to standard practices.
- communicate regularly with you during the project to notify you of progress and necessary actions and changes.
- strive to maintain a clean and organized work site.
Once the project has been completed, the remaining balance of the project is due in full.
We offer warranties on every project. Accessibility Remodeling guarantees construction performed on our projects or a period of one year from the date of commencement of use, substantial completion or date of notice of completion, whichever comes first.
Does Accessibility Remodeling offer financing?
No, unfortunately, Accessibility Remodeling does not offer financing. However, we can point you in the right direction of resources that can help you afford your project after speaking with you about your specific needs.
Is Accessibility Remodeling Licensed & Insured?
Yes, Accessibility Remodeling is insured for injury to its employees as a result of the acts of Accessibility Remodeling or its employees.
We are licensed to provide home construction and remodeling services in both Kansas and Missouri
What are my responsibilities when working with Accessibility Remodeling?
If you decide to work with Accessibility Remodeling, you will need to obtain any permissions from Homes Association. We will handle any local building permits needed.
You will also be responsible for supplying all electricity and water and any additional facilities required by Accessibility Remodeling at the job site.
How has Covid-19 affected how Accessibility Remodeling works with clients?
Accessibility Remodeling is still working through the Covid-19 pandemic. Our company is taking great care to protect not only the health and well-being of our clients but also the safety of our own employees and their families.
Our employees will maintain appropriate distance from clients while working. We are making sure they wear masks, wash their hands, and they do not come into work sick.
Can I save money by making modifications?
Boomers, who are 77 million strong and make up 28% of the U.S. population, are quickly catching onto this trend. The economics of aging-in-place modifications are a no-brainer. Moving to a typical assisted-living facility can cost up to $60,000 annually. The cost to widen the bathroom door, put in safety bars, and add a roll-in shower would typically cost about $6,000 to $8,000, but doing so is a one-time expense, not a yearly drain on your finances.
Got more questions?
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