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How We Work

 

At Accessible Lifestyle, we are glad to sit down with the client, occupational therapist, doctor or family member and discuss a project. We begin with the initial visit where we try to find out what a client wants to accomplish. We review things many customers aren’t aware of such as how feasible the location may be for adding a structure, local codes and their possible impact, changes that may be needed in existing plumbing, heating and electrical supply, are a few.

 

If after this initial evaluation the project still has merit in the customer’s eyes, we suggest a second meeting to discuss and develop preliminary plans. We may feel you need to see some ideas on paper to help you visualize the outcome you have in mind.

 

Drawings approved by the customer then become finished plans. Projects vary in length depending on scope of work. Everyone has heard horror stories about the kitchen that took six months to complete, or the addition that started in the spring and finished in the winter when it was supposed to be a four-week job. Our contract and bid establishes an expected final date!

 

Accessible Lifestyle

 

prides itself on completing projects in a timely manner. We emphasize neatness, keep you informed on daily progress, and of course, have complete insurance coverage. We will gladly supply references for any type of project upon request.

 

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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.

 

Phone: (936) 760-2601

 

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