Home Builders for Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms
Accessible Home Ideas for your new Raleigh Accessible Home
Stanton Homes is an industry leading accessible, universal, certified Aging in Place and VA-approved Specially Adapted Housing custom home builder.
Whether you start with a plan that is designed for accessibility, ask us to modify or create a new plan, we can build in wider hallways and doorways, entry ways, turning radius, non-slip flooring, ramps and walkways, special lighting, roll out or pull out shelving, easy grope door, faucet and drawers, accessible switches, no step entries, roll-in showers, ADA roll-under countertops and work spaces, and whatever else you need.
Here's examples of these accessible home requirements:
Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Wider Hallways and Doors, with Turning Radius:
Accessible baths should have room for maneuvering with a 5 Foot Minimum Diameter:
Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Safety Features:
Non-slip flooring and special lighting. Natural light is an important consideration for aging in place and accessible baths:
Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with Easy to Use
Roll out or pull out shelving, easy grope door, faucet and drawers, and accessible switches are seemingly small details that can make a big difference in wheelchair accessibility of a bath:
Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with no Step Entries, Roll-in Showers
This roll-in shower has a small ramp leading in:
Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms with ADA Roll-Under Counter Tops and Work Spaces
Knee Space Under Countertops and Reduced Height Countertops are key accessible bath features. This powder room has an accessible vanity with space for a wheelchair to roll underneath: