Safe Living Solutions offers a variety of accessibility products and services to help make your home more accessible, more enjoyable, and safer for you. Every product is installed by our experienced team, which means you can rest easy knowing it is done correctly, will look amazing, and will work as it should.
For folks who have specific accessibility needs (such as using a wheelchair), grab bars are a must to help keep you safe around the house. (Especially in the bathroom!)
We offer a wide variety of grab bars to fit the look and style of your home.
Having a professional install your grab bars is the best way to ensure safety during use of the grab bars, as well as having them be aesthetically pleasing in your home.
Handrails prevent injury at home every day across America, providing support to people who may be susceptible to falling at home. They also can help make transfers and keeping your balance easier
Professional installation of hand rails is important for the safety and look of the hand rails in your home.
We offer a wide variety of hand rails to help match the interior of your home and give you a safe and accessible solution that is ADA compliant.
A stair lift can help to provide a way to remain in your home without impeding on accessibility in the home.
We have professionals that can do a home evaluation to help you decide what kind of stairlift would best fit your accessibility needs.
A vertical platform is a great solution for getting in and out of the home when a ramp might not be an option.
Our professional staff is well versed in recommending the right vertical platform lift for you as well as providing professional installation.
A ramp is a great solution to getting in and out of your home.
We offer aluminum ramps, wooden ramps, and threshold ramps to fit your needs.
Our professional staff will provide you with a ramp that fits your accessibility needs, is beautiful, & ADA compliant.
We offer many different accessibility solutions for your shower/bathroom:
A walk-in shower provides accessibility without the hassle of a ledge of any kind. This is perfect for use in a wheelchair!
Our professional staff can help you pick out the right design, materials, and layout of your walk-in shower.
A tub cut is a perfect solution to allow for use of the bathtub, but ease of getting over the edge of the tub without the fear of tripping.
Our professional staff is trained in the installation of this product.
An accessible is the perfect solution for any bathroom remodel and can include the following:
– Built-in seats
– Slip-resistant tile
– Easy-to-use controls
– Multiple shower heads
– Grab bars
Our staff is knowledgeable in providing you the best products and ideas for your bathroom remodel.
Roll-out shelves are perfect for someone who has a difficult time bending or reaching to get things in a cabinet. They are a simple and affordable way to make your kitchen work easier, can help protect you from injuring yourself.
These pull-out shelves can hold anything from heavy kitchen equipment to spices, and everything in between. We can custom configure the shelving system, allowing us to create the exact solution you need for the way you work in your kitchen.
Raised height toilets
Typically, standard toilets are 14.5 to 15.5 inches from floor to the top, which doesn’t include the seat. Having a toilet that can seat you a little higher than that can provide benefits for nearly anyone, because it makes it easier to sit and stand.
These Comfort height toilets are so mainstream now that government regulations require most public restrooms to use them.
These toilets are perfect for anyone who has hip, knee or other joint issues. As well as, people who use a walker or wheelchair. When you use them in conjunction with properly installed grab bars, that can make the experience in the bathroom so much easier and safe.
Roll-under sinks can be added to a bathroom or kitchen for several reasons.
One, so that people using a wheelchair can use them easily. And, two, so a person who is unable to stand for longer periods of time (or, just would prefer to sit) can sit. Sometimes, people have them installed so they can have a sit-down vanity or do dishes without having to stand.
individuals in wheelchairs can use it. Adjustable-height sinks that raise and lower with the touch of a button are also an option.