When homeowners need modifications of their living space following an accident or diagnosis of a degenerative disease process, one of the smartest things they can do is involve an occupational therapist (OT) into the remodeling design process.
Most people over age 50 desire to remain in their homes as they age, but the homes they live in may preclude that from happening. Learn more about accessibility needs.
Universally designed products do their good works quietly: You won’t even notice how well they function—what you will notice is simple, beautiful and smart design.
In this client testimonial J.P. Barlow discusses how using Co-Construct’s project management software helps him keep all the different aspects of home building on schedule and budget.
In this presentation, we will evaluate structural wood subfloors, the single structural support layer between joists and the finished floor that receives the most wear and tear of all building elements. We will also take a closer look at the influence of subfloor performance on durability, liability and finished floor quality. Finally, we will discuss performance issues related to panel installation.
This course will present information about fenestration in contemporary residential architecture, characterized by large openings, spectacular views, and envelope treatment that blurs the border between the interior and exterior. Characteristics of both aluminum clad wood and pultruded fiberglass fenestration products will be addressed. The course will include design considerations, performance issues, and structural requirements when assembling large expanses of glass.
The AARP HomeFit Guide was created to help people stay in the homes they love by turning where they live into a "lifelong home", suitable for themselves and anyone in their household.
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