Staying independent at home – how home adaptations can help

Home is a central feature of our life…

Home offers sanctuary, a safe place to weather the storms of life, and, if you have lived there a long time, a place filled with memories. That is why we feel so strongly about helping people to stay in the comfort of their own homes and live independently for longer. This is where home adaptations come in.

In later life most of us will be affected by health and mobility issues that limit our ability to look after ourselves as we once did. But there are many modifications that can be done around the house to make it more accessible and enable you to carry on living in the place you love. In the last 30 years we have helped thousands of people to make changes such as garage conversions, home extensions, the widening of doorways, bathroom adaptations, downstairs toilets, supportive hand rails, stair lifts and anything else you may need.

A bespoke home improvement plan

Not only will the end result be life-changing, but we also take care of the whole process from start to finish and provide you with complete peace of mind. When you work with us, you will be given a project manager. This project manager will work with you to assess your needs and create a completely bespoke home improvement plan for you. They will also manage all the tradespeople, ensuring that they get a fair price and the work is done to an excellent standard. We always work with people we trust who will respect your home. Rest assured that everyone we work with has been vetted through a rigorous process by our team.

Next steps

Let us help you to stay living independently at home – for longer…

  • Simply call us on 0300 323 0700 for a no-obligation chat with our team to find out how we can help you. We are open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.
  • Or send us a message and we can get in touch with you.
  • Alternatively, you can pop into our Bristol showroom to see some examples of our beautiful bathrooms and talk to our friendly and knowledgeable team.

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