Open spaces, wider hallways, easy-to-use appliances and shorter countertops are just a sampling of ADA-compliant (or universal design) features to consider when building new homes for the disabled.
At BC Custom Construction, we specialize in ADA home building in Oregon.
Unlike a lot of other Portland, Oregon builders, at BC Custom Construction we design new homes that incorporate these universal features that help make living in your home easier now and/or if you or a family member experiences a temporary or long-term disability. A home that is safer and easier to live in is beneficial in both the short-term and long-term.
Today’s ADA-compliant/universal design homes comprise a broad array of accessible features to benefit your family’s needs and abilities throughout your (and their) lifetime. As an Oregon ADA home builder, we understand there are many universal design features to consider for your new home, and often the options can be overwhelming.
Some of these considerations include:
- A wheelchair-accessible home
- An ADA-compliant home
- A universal design home
- A retirement home
- An aging-in-place home
At BC Custom Construction, we can help you work through these considerations and build a home for your family’s unique lifestyle.
View photos of a handicap-accessible homes we recently built in Portland, Oregon.
View additional images of our “Ellis” ADA home here.
View additional images of our Universal 2014 Street of Dreams award winning home here.
View additional images of our ADA/Universal homes here.
For more information about our Oregon special needs home builder and ADA-compliant home building services, please call us at 503-722-8700.