To retrofit a home for accessibility purposes, experts recommend a two-car garage to allow enough room for maneuvering a wheelchair. The doorways should also be wide enough to fit a wheelchair and bars and ramps should be installed in different areas of the house.
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Mark and his team did a great job renovating and upgrading our basement, changing it from horror film dungeon to home magazine quality playroom.
The EA team responsive to all our concerns along the way and made a real effort...
We contracted EA Renovations to do a complete condo renovation. The renovation from the scraping of the ceilings and retexturing, to new laminate floors, new kitchen, beautifully tiled bathrooms, new electric fireplace, doors, hardware, closet organizers, wonderful feature walls in...
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