www.lifewiserenovations.com – Wineteer, Inc.
Adapt for all abilities!
Headquartered in Kansas City, LifeWise Renovations was founded by Michael Dodd in 2010 and is the newest division of Wineteer, Inc. Dodd began his career in the construction industry when he founded Wineteer as a full-service design and remodel organization serving more than 500 clients. With remodeling projects ranging from small repair projects to complex million-dollar-home remodels, Wineteer has a successful 20+ year track record. Dodd is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS), Certified Remodeler (CR), Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler (CKBR), and Green Certified Professional (GCP). LifeWise was created to meet the growing demand of aging baby boomers and their loved ones for barrier-free living environments that are attractive and functional for everyone regardless of age or ability. LifeWise has been featured in Enhance Magazine as well as on the Bioethics Channel, and has become the trusted source in aging in place and universal design remodeling.
LifeWise Renovations combines professionals from both the construction and health care industries to create a unique pool of knowledge and expertise. This innovative collaboration allows for understanding health care issues facing clients, solving problems, and achieving results which make it possible to live safely and comfortably at home and maintain independence. Every remodel is coordinated from design through construction resulting in quick turn-around time, minimal disruption to the homeowner and a superior home renovation experience. Small improvements combine to make a big difference and remodelling is a viable alternative to assisted living and nursing facilities.
Modifications can include: installing grab bars, replacing electrical switches with rocker-style switches, installing roll-out drawers, changing the volume and frequency of doorbells and telephones, installing single-lever plumbing fixtures, installing curb-less walk-in showers, installing additional lighting both inside and outside, widening doorframes, installing height-adjustable countertops and changing their color, and installing ramps and elevators. Remodelling can improve the functionality of virtually every room inside and outside your home.
Check out this website that believes the home of the future is one that will accommodate our rapidly rising number of older Americans. The ability to enjoy a home that has been tailored to fit individual needs to continue to enjoy the sense of familiar surroundings, and maintain independence in a comfortable environment is always preferable.