Home Modification Vendors & Service Providers
You should consider having your work done by a CAP (“certified aging in place”) building contractor. These contractors have received special training on home modifications. To find a CAPS certified builder, call the local Master Builders Association or search the directory on the National Association of Home Builders Website at: http://www.nahb.org (look for Certified Aging in Place).
Able Environments LLC
Real Estate Agency in Western Washington specializing in accessible housing; listing of homes; suggestions and referrals relating to home accessibility modifications.
19221 36th Avenue West, Suite 106
Lynnwood, Wa 98036
Contacts: Tom Minty and Rick Spellman
All types of home accessibility modifications and equipment services including evaluation, design and installation services. General contractors for home modifications and elevator contractors for accessibility lifts including residential elevators, vertical wheelchair lifts and stairway seat lifts.
9740 43rd Place Southwest
Seattle, WA. 98136
Contact: Bill Morrell and Amy Crawford
Phone: 206 762 1969
Toll Free: 800 765 1069
Consultation, installation and sales of elevators, stair lifts, platform lifts, etc. for residential and commercial purposes.
2110 116th Ave NE #5
Bellevue, WA 98004
Contact: Marc Vendetti
Phone: 206-623-2400 or in Tacoma at: 253-383-2482
Toll Free: 1-888-610-2400 (in the USA)
Home and vehicle modifications for wheel chair ramps providing mobility for person independence.
700 Milwaukee Ave. N
Algona, WA 98001-7408
Phone: 800-383-8319 option 3
Innovative Walk-in Bathtubs
Walk-In Tubs Showroom
902 1st Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98134
| Lisa Blanchard Design, Inc.
A consulting and accessibility design service for professionals and consumers seeking information about accessible environments for the aging population and people with disabilities (formerly ADAptations Inc).
1940 9th Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
Contact: Lisa Blanchard, Allied Member ASID
Home and vehicle accessibility modifications and equipment including wheelchair accessible vehicles, hand controls, power transfer seats, vehicle lifts, various other adaptive driving aids, patient lift systems, residential elevators, vertical platform lifts, stair lifts and environmental control units.
1017 54th Ave E
Fife, WA 98424
Contact: Scott or Melissa Cleary, Renee Rafter
Toll Free: 888-227-6375
Identify simple design solutions for low vision to increase safety in the home, for example: Show the edges of things; Increase light and reduce glare; Use visual and tactile texture to distinguish surfaces; Use matte finishes, not gloss; Use light controls that are adjustable; Check the value of hues before painting; Light things and tasks; Shield direct light from eyes; Arrange furniture so light comes over the shoulder, etc.
Contact: Michelle Molloy, ASID, LEED AP, CAPS, WBE
Design, sales, installation and rental of ramps in greater Seattle/ Puget Sound area.
Contact: Joe Lewis or Pete Downing
Phone: (206) 440-9999
FAX: (206) 364-0116
Re-Ability Enterprises LLC
Specializes in mobility solutions.
Contact: Duane Bishop
PO Box 1643
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Fax: (253) 851-5844
Architectural firm with expertise in universal design and accessibility modifications for the home and commercial environments. Consulting and other services on larger projects.
2144 Westlake Ave. North, Suite F
Seattle, Wa. 98109
Contact: Karen L. Braitmayer, AIA