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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Recently Reviewed Toronto Accessibility Retrofit
We had an unfinished basement renovated to include an entertainment area, a new 3 piece washroom and storage areas. We were provided a schedule, price with installment payment terms, references and everything was itemized so we knew exactly what...
Both crews were very good and reliable. Frank is a rarely honest person, what is almost impossible to find in the construction sector. He has delivered the project as discussed up front.
The framing was done by Joe and...
Frank and his team were fantastic. When he came over for an estimate, we told him what we wanted, and gave us a fair quote. He took care of everything for us, even when we couldnt be home all the...