Barrier Free Kitchens

Handicap Accessible Kitchens

Why let your kitchen be a barrier to your life? Let us make your daily life easier and more enjoyable. Barrier Free Plus, Inc. can create and design your kitchen to become accessible and safe. We can make minor modifications to a complete universal-design wheelchair accessible kitchen renovation. These accessible kitchen modifications will help those that are aging in place and/or independent living.

ADA kitchens require good design and careful engineering to ensure that we address your everyday challenges. The modifications we incorporate in your home will increase safety while improving the value of your home. Let us evaluate your kitchen for accessibility suggestions and proposals free of charge. We perform a variety of kitchen modifications to make your home barrier-free and accessible for cooking, dish washing, eating, and entertaining. Some aspects of modification include:

  • Accessible sinks (correct heights, barrier-free)
  • Accessible cabinets (rollout and drop down)
  • Motorized cabinets that can be raised or lowered
  • Accessible countertops (correct heights, barrier-free)
  • Touch or single lever faucets
  • Easy-to-use cabinet handles and door pulls
  • Accessible appliances
  • Large space for turning room and transitions
  • Accessible cooktops, workstations, and kitchen islands

 

ADA Accessible Kitchens

At Barrier Free Plus, Inc., we are experts in universal design and ADA accessible kitchens. Our goal is to help our clients improve their kitchens to better accommodate their needs. Over the years, we have designed and built kitchens for clients of all ages and abilities. Using ADA guidelines, we have created kitchens that are fully-usable by our elderly, wheelchair bound, and vision impaired clients and their caregivers and loved ones.

We work closely with you and your loved ones so that we completely understand your mobility needs, as well as your kitchen design desires. Our aim is for you to enjoy and utilize your kitchen with as much independence as possible. This can include changing counter and sink heights to accommodate your height, change out drawer and cabinet hardware to make them easy-to-open, make appliances more accessible, and more.