Many homebuyers place accessibility first. Standard homes lack many of the features that make them easy to live in and comfortable for those with disabilities. You can choose the features that are most important to you when you build your custom home. You can choose the features, fixtures, or finishes that you want.
Looking For A Custom Home Builder
You should look for a builder who offers customizable floor plans and flexible designs if you are looking to buy an American with Disabilities Act (ADA-compliant) home.
Dawol Homes offers thoughtfully designed floorplans that maximize every square foot. This means there are fewer hallways and more movement in each room. Each floor plan can be customized to include the features you desire.
What does it mean to be an ADA-compliant house?
With the goal of making public places accessible for persons with disabilities, the ADA was created by scholars, lawyers, and skilled professionals.
Many homebuyers want thoughtful features that make it easier to clean, wash, get dressed, and shower. A custom-built home may have features that include:
- Design with a single story
- For those with limited visibility, open floor plans
- Laminate, tile or hardwood flooring
- Hallways and wide doors
- Kitchen cabinets that are easily accessible
- Ramp entries
- Lever door handles
- Showers with grab bars and easy access
- Counter heights customized
These features can be very helpful for homeowners of all ages, especially elderly residents who wish to maintain mobility.
Dawol Homes is a success because of our partnerships. We only work with suppliers and builders that are committed to making homes accessible.
A custom-built home
You can create your dream custom home in Myrtle Beach, as well as any modifications that you wish to make. You can count on our designers and Home Ownership Counselors to help you realize your dream home. They are sensitive to the needs of our customers, and will work with us step-by-step to create a home that is simple to use, manageable, and loved.
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