Bedroom Remodeling Services Tempe AZ

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Home Depot Home Services
(480) 642-2285
602 W 22nd St
Tempe, AZ
 
Gore Design Co., LLC
4802094241
2111 S. Industrial Park Ave., Ste. 115
Tempe, AZ

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Arizona Eco Freindly Paints and Coatings Contractors and Dealers
4806780017
220 N 22nd Place #1099
Mesa, AZ

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Jeff Barchi, P.C., RE/MAX Fine Properties
6025585200
8901 E. Mountain View Rd. #201
Scottsdale, AZ

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Kirk Development
(602)944-3658
340 E. Caron St.
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Full Service General Contractor and Remodeler
Awards
National Remodeler of the Year, National Contractor of the Year, Professional Remodeler Magazine's Market Leader two years in a row, National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Years In Business
33
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network

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Home Depot
(801) 886-0066
1236 W Southern Ave Ste 105
Tempe, AZ
 
Home Depot
(480) 951-8211
9170 E Indian Bend Rd
Scottsdale, AZ
 
Home Depot
(480) 497-1466
745 S Val Vista Dr
Gilbert, AZ
 
BC Renovations, LLC
(480)895-0239
2453 E Prescott Place
Chandler, AZ
Services
Full-service general contractor and remodeling expert
Years In Business
6
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network, National Association of the remodeling industry, Better Business Bureau.

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Legacy Design-Build Remodeling
(480)991-1993
7750 East Gelding Drive #4
Scottsdale, AZ
Services
Full Service General Contractor and Remodeler
Awards
Ranking Arizona's #1 Remodelor five years running, National Association of the Remodeling Industry, National Association of Home Builders
Years In Business
24
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network

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House Accessibility: Part 3

To close our current whole house remodeling accessibility series, let’s discuss the accessible bedroom and other accessibility concerns. Work with your household to communicate the mobility and accessibility requirements needed to the contractor. Have your home be an accessible retreat for your family.
 
The bedroom is a private retreat for rest, relaxation and renewal. Making this room accessible insures privacy and security for its occupant. Use your remodeling social network for expert advice relating to mobility and spatial issues.
 
A clear path free of obstructions should be created between the bed and the bathroom. If the act of getting in and out of bed is a concern, have your contractor add a handrail to the bed or look for a bed frame with a height that allows the feet to touch the floor when seated. Remember, when focusing on bedroom remodeling, that non -slip flooring or low pile carpeting helps the elderly or those with disabilities maintain their footing.
 
Lighting affords great accessibility to all members of your household, whether they have a disability or not. Explore your contractor’s before and after pictures for lighting solution ideas. Look for easy to use lamp features such as pull cords on lamps or touch lamps.
 
For improved safety, nightlights and motion sensor room lights allow ease of movement and use for people with disabilities. If possible, remember to include multiple sitting areas with conveniently placed tables and lighting so there can be diverse seating options. In case of emergency, your remodeling professional can install specialty telephones or even intercom systems to provide convenience and peace of mind to your household.
 
Check with your remodeling professional for the specific threshold or material transition requirements. Thresholds or transitions between flooring materials should maintain a minimal elevation change – generally no greater than a half o...

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