Accessible Homes for the Disabled & Impaired
We have years of experience in providing accessible spaces for the disabled and impaired. Over the years we have worked on behalf of both local authorities and private homeowners to rebuild, create or convert homes into spaces that can be fully accessed by people who use wheelchairs and other mobility equipment.
Our projects include work for the major local authorities, including Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield Councils. We often work alongside Occupational Therapists, Architects and Council representatives to plan and carry out work on behalf of the homeowner, to ensure they can have the best quality of home life possible despite their respective disability.
Disabled Facilities Grants
The government and local councils can provide funding in the form of a grant to help disabled individuals pay for alterations to their homes. These are called Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) and are awarded based on a set of criteria put in place by the persons governing local authority. Grants are awarded for projects such as widening doors, fitting stairlifts, adaptations to lighting and heating systems, plus more commonly, easy-access bathrooms and wet-rooms.
For more information on DFGs please visit the UK government website here.
Our Disabled Access Work
Our online portfolio provides numerous examples of work we’ve carried out on homes to provide better access and usability for the disabled and impaired. The majority of projects we take on tend to revolve around house extensions or bathrooms/wet rooms, however there is no limit to what we can do when it comes to providing disabled people with more comfort in their homes.
If you would like to book in for a quote, or would just like information, feel free to call us on 01226 755661 or fill in the contact form at the bottom of this page.