Too many older Montana homeowners are paying the price now, both physically and financially, for the safety amenities they should have installed before.
Don’t make that mistake. If you plan on remaining in your residence, plan now to include features that will serve you as you age and become less mobile. Features like non-slip floors, bathroom “grab” bars, wheelchair-accessible doorways and enhanced lighting.
You save money and gain piece of mind when you include those safety, comfort and conve
nience additions now—before you need them. Think about decluttering and simplifying your residence, making it safer for you and more compatible for your adult children and their families.
I regularly consult with my clients throughout Montana about “aging in place” and how they can transform their space to meet their changing lifestyles.
Register for Jeana’s Kitchen Conversation, a complimentary 45 minute, in-home consultation on how to update, upgrade and increase the usefulness of your kitchen.