In 2007, Residential Resources Inc. expanded its mission to include assisting persons with disabilities of all ages in renovating existing housing to meet their specific accessibility needs.
Residential Resources’s serves homeowners and renters of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds whose homes must be modified and made accessible due to an accident, injury, disability, or the natural aging process.
Residential Resources has delivered adaptive solutions to more than 500 renters and homeowners, successfully transitioning the home into a safe, comfortable place. With years of experience and valuable partners, we can offer our services at competitive, but reasonable prices.
Services range from simple grab bar installations to the construction of sophisticated accessible additions and single-family homes.
Common modifications include but are not limited to:
- Grab bars
- Chair and platform lifts
- Door width adaptation
- Countertop and cabinetry adjustments
- Plumbing modifications
- Shower accessibility
- Outlet and light switch modifications
Residential Resources relies on a wide range of qualified referral sources who often represent the clients they refer to our Home Modification services.
Our referral partners include advocacy organizations, attorneys, case managers, discharge planners, geriatric care managers, home-care and visiting nurses, independent support coordinators, life care planners, occupational and physical therapists, physicians, rehab counselors, social workers, and trust officers.
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Home Modification Projects
Taking a shower is made easier when the bathroom is constructed barrier free. This shower design also allows for a caregiver to assist someone by providing the open space that is needed.
When assessing a home, and making a decision whether to stay for the long term, it sometimes requires a major modification to do so. In this architectural plan an addition is designed for the rear of the home to accommodate all of the accessibility features the resident requires.
Constructing an addition to accommodate a large bedroom along with a fully accessible bathroom can be the solution for individuals wishing to remain in their home. At the same time expanding the parking and drop off area will accommodate vans and visitor parking.