Staying Home Safely, a woman owned home accessibility company, recently launched its services, offering innovative accessibility solutions for customers in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Raleigh, Green Acres, Cumberland, Rankin, Florence, Morgantown, Guilford, Lakewood, Osceola, Abington, Burlington, and the surrounding cities in North Carolina.
More details can be found at https://stayinghomesafely.com
The new services allow seniors, the elderly, people with disabilities, and those suffering from debilitating injuries the freedom to access almost all areas of their living space safely and comfortably.
Staying Home Safely offers a variety of home accessibility modifications. They provide and install equipment, including stair lifts, ceiling lifts, vertical platform lifts, wheelchair ramps, roll-in showers, roll-under vanities, walk-in bathtubs, grab bars, and elevators. All interior or exterior equipment is installed according to a customized plan, keeping the functional, safety, and aesthetic aspects in mind.
With Staying Home Safely’s construction team being in-house, scheduling is more accurate, meaning that from the time a project is approved, completion should take less time. The construction team is also trained in the latest home modification methods and technology.
To ensure equipment matches each customer’s specific needs, Staying Home Safely partners with Quality Virtual Assessments, a company that performs 360-degree interactive assessments of each home. This allows customers who are immobilized or not local to participate in the decision-making process.
Staying Home Safely has over twenty-five years of construction and design experience. They are a National Association of Home Builders Certified Aging in Place Specialist and have a Master Certified Environmental Access Consultant on staff. In addition, they collaborate with state programs and Workers’ Compensation services on many projects.
“Our goal is to allow seniors to age in place. We’re also dedicated to helping those with disabilities, or injuries from a job, stay safely in their homes,” said a spokesperson for the company. “We believe everyone deserves the freedom to live independently. We treat each client like family, with dignity and respect, carefully evaluating their unique needs and preferences.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://stayinghomesafely.com
Staying Home Safely
3788 Libertys Run Drive