Aging in Place Renovations in Ottawa
You CAN stay in the home you love.
Aging in Place doesn't mean your home has to look like a hospital. Our team can create functional & safe spaces - without sacrificing on style!
Mobility can be a challenge.
Your home shouldn't be.
Preventing Falls at Home
The Bad News:
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations for Canadian seniors - including 95% of all hip fractures. And 1/3 of these seniors are admitted to a Long Term Care (LTC) Facility after one of these falls - and these numbers are on the rise.
*PHAC, Full Report here.
The Good News:
Most falls are completely preventable!
Taking steps to be proactive about making a safe environment can make a BIG difference. Even simple modifications like having a few grab bars installed can prevent hospitalizations and early LTC admissions.
We recommend targeting your bathroom & any steps/entryways first.
Roll in Showers
Grab Bar Installation
Tub Cut Outs
Right Height Toilets
Wheelchair Ramps & Decks
Vertical Platform Lifts
AS SEEN OR FEATURED ON:
ACCESSIBLE LIVING IN FOUR EASY STEPS
It all starts with a call.
We'll chat about your goals, health needs and vision.
Then we'll set up a time to meet and see your space(s),
and take measurements
Once we know more about you and your space, our team will create a plan that works for your style, health needs & budget!
Review your plan: a detailed description of work, inclusions, materials, and a detailed cost breakdown & schedule.
When you are ready to move forward, we'll sign a Sales and Services Agreement.
Final details. We'll confirm the final touches (tile choices, fixtures) purchase materials & get ready to work! Soon, you'll be safely living in the space you envisioned.
Accessibility is our specialty.
Making accessibility beautiful is our passion.
“I felt thoroughly comfortable having the BuildAble team guide my bathroom renovation. They went far beyond what another company would do in order to give us a beautiful and safe bathroom. They showed a personal interest. They were always happy… we could hear them singing as they worked! It was a pleasure to have them working here.”