Steps can present unique challenges for someone with mobility issues. With more people aging in place than ever, it becomes even more important to find the right railing for your stairs. Safety, convenience, and the right railing to match your space, taste and special needs becomes important. The choice of material, between wood, wrought iron and steel becomes important, as well as the use of the material in your home interior or exterior. But how do we install them? Let’s take a look!
Reviews are currency for local small businesses, and Woman-owned small businesses like ours. Reviews make or break you because people trust them, everyone can see them, and your competitors are also being reviewed. That’s why the number of positive reviews, the authors of the reviews and their biases, and the website where the customer found the review are all success factors.
In today’s competitive landscape, reviews are a window into the good, the bad, and the ugly of a small business. More than anything else, reviews are important because they are a reflection of what overs say about a small business, which is ultimately more important than what your business says about itself.
Small and local Woman-owned small businesses, as we discussed earlier, face particular challenges, and possess particular benefits that reviews play a particular role in.
When making a home more accessible, bathroom modifications should be a key concern.
Wet floors, tight spaces and hard-to-reach faucets can all conspire to make this space difficult for disabled people and older adults with mobility issues.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, hundreds of thousands of Americans are injured in their bathroom each year, and a bulk of those injuries happen within the bathtub or shower.
Taking a shower should be a warm, soothing experience. But climbing over the tall wall of a tub can be stressful. If you consider that bathrooms are the most dangerous room in the average house, a new shower, or replacing a bathtub with a shower, could help you be happier at home . Choosing a shower does not need to be hard, and an accessible shower can empower you on your journey as you age in place.
Taking a bath should be a warm, soothing experience. However, considering that bathrooms are the most dangerous room in the average house, remodeling your bathroom can feel overwhelming. If it is your first time choosing between an accessible bathtub or shower, let us suggest a few questions to take some of the stress away.