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Mobility Design: Spaces To Lift Spirits

Homeownership lies at the very heart of the American dream. But in many communities, the homes we love are just not that inviting anymore. We want to stay, but as we age, every day has become ever more burdensome. We cannot get up the stairs, it’s difficult to open doors, our bathrooms aren’t safe, even the kitchen isn’t user-friendly.

Should we stay or should we go?
In most cases, it’s more economical and emotionally satisfying to remain in your own home. And today help is here. Fortunately, the last several decades Mobility Design practices have brought great changes to the lives of Americans who need greater freedom in their homes. Architects and home remodelers have created better ways to transform everything from entryways to bathtubs into safe zones.


Mobility Design bathroom designed and installed by Glickman/Design Remodel Build

 

One size does not fit all.
Everyone’s mobility needs are different, so home independence should be the driving force behind remodeling decisions. In the Washington D.C. Northern Va, and Maryland area Glickman/ Design. Remodel. Build. is the mobility expert that can give you the independence you’re looking for.

Glickman offers a variety of customized Mobility Design solutions including stair lifts, platform lifts, residential elevators, threshold ramps, wheelchair ramps, pool lifts, and much more. Today, the humble elevator that led to the rise of the skyscraper, now calls small condominiums home. These residential elevators are an elegant and reliable solution for those looking to facilitate travel between just two floors.

Move down mobility road.
Perhaps the best way to think about mobility is before you need it. Learn more now. Glickman has a comprehensive program taught by building professionals to help you make the right and prudent choices. And Glickman seminars are open to all. Some of the topics covered:

* Should You Stay or Should You Move?
* How To Implement a Master Plan
* Maximizing Your Home’s Resale Value
* How to Create an In-Law Suite
* Designing Functionality without an Institutional Feeling
* The Convenience of Elevators, Lifts and Ramps

Let’s make your home safer, easier to use and more valuable.

If you would like to discuss how Mobility Design can enhance your home and your quality of life or other home addition projects with a knowledgeable member of our team, we can be reached by phone at 301-444-4663. There is also a contact form on this website that you can use to send us a message.