Depending on the size of your project you may want to contact a qualified Architect/Designer who is knowledgeable with your type of project.
Set a budget. Let them know your limits or your parameters.
Be aware of local planning, zoning, and building department expectations and restrictions. Most projects will require some form of permitting, we can handle this for you.
Interview with your contractor.
Always ask for references from your contractor.
Be sure to receive a complete written contract from your contractor, clearly spelling out what the responsibilities of both parties will be, as well as the entire scope of work with a breakdown of all associated costs. Make certain a time limit is indicated for completion of agreed work. Anything less than this should be unacceptable - assume nothing!
Be certain that your contractor carries "General Liability" Insurance.
Options for accessible living are limitless and often described by terms like universal design, barrier-free, or special needs. Regardless of how the need is described, Accessible Lifestyle has the resources and years of building expertise to assess your situation and create the environment that meets your needs.