Transforming a 1930s Orlando home into a showcase of contemporary living
The second part of our two-part story focuses on the project’s finishes and strategic solutions to real-world construction challenges
For the very young, the very old, and the injured of any age, most homes are an accident waiting to happen
This accessible remodel provides the homeowner with much-needed quality of life without breaking the bank
For safety around the house, it’s the little things that count
Most Americans buy homes in detached single-family homes in the suburbs – not built with universal design and not the best scenario for aging in place.
This month, the Remodeler’s Exchange focuses on aging-in-place design and construction methods. Professional Remodeler’s Tom Swartz spoke with Michael Menn and Tom Ashley about how their firms manage aging-in-place projects.
Marrokal Design & Remodeling updates stodgy 1970s home to suit aging clients and their grandchildren.