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What Is A "Universal Design" And Why Should You Care?
Because It Is Critical For Home Safety.

A Great Design Has To Meet Form & Function…
It's Simply About A Better Way Of Living.

Universal Design

So what, exactly, is universal design? In essence, it’s a design that is beneficial to people of all abilities and ages. Features that make a bathroom safe and appealing to an older individual should also work for the 4-year-old who needs support when getting in and out of a bathtub. Having a vanity designed for someone in a seated position or wheelchair also works for a small child who needs the help of a small step stool to reach the sink.

A home-safety remodeling project is a great time to think about incorporating universal design to enhance the comfort, safety, and accessibility of your living spaces.

That's why talking to our on staff occupational therapist or our Certified Aging in Place Specialists is so important… especially if you are looking at living in your home "long-term." A universal design is meant to create homes and environments that are inherently usable and accessible for everyone including aging adults and people with disabilities.

Now you know what we mean by designing a remodel that meets "form and function". We can create a home-safety remodeling project that is beautiful, but also works for you and your lifestyle. In other words… we have the knowledge, skills and ability to "future proof" your home.

You should come by and visit us at our award winning Universal Design Center. In fact, you can take a virtual tour of our design showroom in Farmington Hills by clicking here.

Give us a call and let us show you how we can design a home-remodeling project that you are going to love.

Universal Design

Transitions Remodeling Featured in Kitchen & Bath Design News

Kitchen & Bath Design News

We are thrilled to be included in the July 2014 issue of Kitchen & Bath Design News Magazine! The article is titled “Creating Spaces to Accommodate Everyone” and emphasizes the need for universal design elements – even if you aren’t physically challenged or in your senior years.

Click here to read the article.