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"Our ramp looks great. These folks were wonderful to work with. DonĂ¢ t hesitate to hire them."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Yorktown VA

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"Daryl was honest, dependable, and very knowledgeable. "

5.0 star review from Sheila/rick M. in Culpeper VA

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"The best experience for a challenging bathroom total remodel. Gary's team is top notch and we always felt he was available to answer our questions and overall make it goes as smoothly as possible. I love my new spa bathroom. "

5.0 star review from Linda O. in Chantilly VA

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"TJ is a great guy. Very good to work with. Excellent communication and knowledge. Always on time and stayed with the project until completion. He painted and repaired drywall in my bedroom which has a loft and a very high vaulted ceiling and completely gutted and remodeled master bath. This part of the job included moving shower from one end of the bathroom to the other (replacing a large soaker tub). I would definitely hire him for any future jobs."

5.0 star review from Nancy S. in Leesburg VA

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Making your business or home accessible means adding more than a wheelchair ramp. The ADA sets strict minimum standards for commercial locations. This ensures that buildings are safe and accessible everywhere from the front door to the restrooms. There are also home renovations that keep you and your loved ones independently mobile. Find a local handicap remodeling company that can install the right additions.

ADA contractors and remodelers know what your building needs to keep it accessible. They can also remodel homes to give residents the easiest possible mobility. Look for companies that:

  • Inspect the property for compliance with ADA recommendations.
  • Install handrails, grab bars, and safe washroom fixtures.
  • Widen doorways and hallways to allow wheelchair access.
  • Take all your requests and preferences into account.

Keeping your building compliant is important. So is making your home comfortable. Type in your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with handicap remodeling contractors near you.