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Renovations are costly…

Implementing accessibility at the start of a new design project will save you time and money.

Making renovations to existing, inaccessible homes will burn a hole in your wallet. Just ask the World Health Organization! They stated that renovations are 22 times more expensive than implementing accessible features at the start of a new build.

So, if renovations are so costly, why aren’t designers building homes with accessibility in mind from the beginning? It sure would save a lot of time and money.

We aim to design homes that are accommodating to everyone by collaborating with architects from the start, thus reducing the need for future renovations.

Source: WHO Housing and Health Guidelines page 72

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