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Apr

Aging In Place with MultiGenerational Living

People are living longer, healthier lives. There have been many advances in medicine, in exercise, and in technology that have added more years and more life to our lives. As we age, our homes have aging issues too.

Many homes are out of date, their kitchens are old, the bathrooms are not as safe and now kids, more than ever, are moving back in with their families.

A new choice for families who want to live in their home longer

There are many reasons why. Perhaps this is your kid’s first job with a low starting salary. Or college has left your children with a big student debt that they want to pay off quickly. Often young adults just can’t afford to live on their own. Your children may want to move in because your child’s family has grown and now you want to take a bigger role. You want to give them a built-in babysitter and develop a more intimate relationship with the grandkids. You enjoy being grandma and grandpa and want see the grandchildren more and it’s easier than traveling all the time.

Stay or Go

There may be another reason to combine households. Health issues have cropped up and you can no longer maintain the home you love. This is the time of life that you want to be surrounded by a loving and supportive family.

With all of this in mind, make the easy choice-stay and call Glickman Design Remodel Build. Their craftsman and designers will help you plan a better future. We can show you how to combine households in your existing home with the addition of a mother-in-law suite creating a multi-generational home.

Building a home within a home

Spring 2019: The Glickman team building a 2 story Multi-Gen addition in Springfield VA. Master Bedroom and bath on 2nd floor and a In-law suite below.

Today Glickman has helped many families in this area age in place to accommodate both aging parents and children who have moved back in. One of the most popular features can be a “dual master suite”. These floor plans typically offer a private suite within the home, with a kitchenette and sitting area as well as a private bedroom and bathroom. Glickman designers will show how you can plan a separate entrance now and an in-law suite in the future.

We have been serving homeowners like you for over 40 years with all our work centering all on three vital concepts: Safety, Convenience, & Luxury. Let us make your home safe, convenient, & luxurious for every generation. Glickman’s highly experienced construction team will help you stay in the home you love. We’ll work hard to make sure you and your children, moving back in, feel completely comfortable in your remodeled home.

Aging-In-Place features you should include:

  • First Floor Master Suite Additions
  • Aging in Place Appliances
  • Open Concept Floor Plans
  • Wider Doorways
  • Walk-In Tubs
  • Curb-less Showers
  • Spacious Entryways
  • Safe bathroom spaces?
  • A kitchenette
  • Wider closet space?
  • Access to the outdoors
  • No step separate entrance
  • Residential Elevators

Call Glickman and get started now. 
Planning is the answer. We know few folks want to talk about aging, it’s an emotional issue. But planning now will save money later. Multi-generational living is a great way to preserve family wealth and it will help your family create new loving memories.

Start with a plan
Glickman has helped many families with different needs to create a more rewarding future. We’d love to help you solve the challenges you and your family face today.

The team at Glickman stands alone as the leading contractor in the Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland areas for your AIP needs. Contact us or call Glickman Design Remodel Build at (301) 444-4663.