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Clients Pat and Peggy, found themselves in need of an accessibility home evaluation and possibly some home modifications after a tragic accident.  They contacted Access.Architectural to help them assess their accessibility needs and to offer any suggestions for modifications to their home.

Access.Architectural helped them with their concerns over emergency egress, as well as wheelchair access to one of their home's restroom facilities.

We all met (at the hospital and later at their home) to develop the best possible design.  Then, a Contractor was chosen through a Bid Process and construction began under direct supervision by Access.Architectural.




The before image of the bathroom showing shower enclosure with glass door and a toilet stall without a door   the newly remodeled bathroom shows all new tile flooring, and walls with no curb at the shower entry


   this image shows the addition of a handheld shower, along with the overhead shower on the adjacent wall and includes a niche for shower accessories


The old shower stall and adjacent toilet were combined into one curb-less shower.  This shower included non-slip tile flooring and an additional hand held shower head and a lower shower niche (shown top right).

The before image show two sinks with a continuous base cabinet below



  after: one sink replaces the two, allowing for a floor to ceiling cabinet at right




      this After image shows an Access Architectural proprietary design for a base cabinet door, that includes the toe kick on the door, for required A D A knee clearance under the sink

      The lower half of the floor to ceiling cabinetry has 3 pull out shelves, designed for easy access to individuals in wheelchairs, or limited reaching mobility

The old dual lavatory was consolidated into one, allowing room for accessible cabinet storage (shown open at bottom right).  A proprietary Access.Architectural design for the doors below the sink, allow for wheelchair knee clearance along with the aesthetic of any typical base cabinet (as shown on the top right).

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