Allora USA Releases a Guide on How to Make Your House Handicap Accessible

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The graphic takes a look at specific tips that will work all throughout the home.

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The graphic features more than a dozen tips to make your home more handicap accessible, including recommendations for the kitchen, bathroom, doorways, hallways, and flooring.

Allora USA has announced the release of their newest infographic: How to Make Your House Handicap Accessible.

“You should choose a firm and slip-resistant flooring and ensure that the carpet is not too thick,” according to the graphic.

The graphic features more than a dozen tips to make your home more handicap accessible, including recommendations for the kitchen, bathroom, doorways, hallways, and flooring.

Very few of these tips require professional maintenance, and many can be done DIY with just a little research and preparation. For example, installing maneuverable faucets in the kitchen and accessible outlets throughout the house.

However, for projects that require more overhaul in the house, like widening hallways or changing floors, consider consulting a professional.

To learn more about making your home handicap accessible, visit Allora USA here.

About Allora USA:

The cost of renovating your kitchen or bathroom to be American with Disabilities Act Compliant can be both a costly and overwhelming project to undertake. That’s why we at Allora USA understand that you are expecting results that last a lifetime. With that in mind, we provide products that cater to your needs.

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