Your home should provide you with a safe, comfortable environment where you can easily go about your day. For the differently-abled or people with chronic conditions, home accessibility can be a daily struggle. Home accessibility is a growing concern among many Americans according to recent home trends. An American Institute of Architects survey revealed two-thirds
Many homes and businesses require owners and visitors to include just a few stairs, maybe only five or so, to enter. For wheelchair, cane, or walker users, this small staircase is a big nuisance. To increase accessibility to your home or business, you’ll need to install one of two solutions: a wheelchair ramp or a vertical lift. Both
Mobility equipment, from scooters to stair lifts, can be a big investment. While your improved independence and safety is no doubt worth every penny, it can be difficult to know whether it’s wiser to buy or rent equipment. At Hampton Roads Mobility, we serve customers with a wide range of mobility needs. We can help
“Aging In Place” is a term that has been around for a while, but is taking on new meaning as the population of the United States ages and the baby boomers begin to retire. At its core, “aging in place” describes a person living in their residence of choice for as long as they are
Electric stair lifts can be added to any multiple story home, even to curved staircases or outdoor stairs. Hampton Roads Mobilitys’ professional technicians can install stair lifts in a day or two without making major changes to your electrical system or stairways. A stair lift can be a great investment in your home and lifestyle.
When you or a loved one are facing mobility challenges, your home will need to undergo changes so you can maintain your safety and independence. Your bathroom is one of the most difficult areas of the home to create a safe environment. Even just standing up and sitting down in the bathroom can be challenging