Adaptable Living Homes are designed with comfort, safety and ease of access as core design features for families, people living with disability and the ageing.
Our Adaptable Living Homes follows the Livable Housing Australia Livable Housing Australia guidelines and is bolstered by the National Disability Insurance (NDIS) market of housing. These gudielines are about making hoems easier to access, navigate through and live in.
By doing this as part of the building process we are providing a more cost effective way to adapt to changes in life and make update your home to suit, as opposed to changing afterwards which can be a very costly experience.
Our aim is to help you live comfortably by building homes that meet the needs of young families with kids, people with sporting or traumatic injuries, assists the ageing community and to cater for people or families with disabilities.
Recent Project | Silver Level Adaptive Living
A recent project of ours on Balaclava Road, Veteran QLD, achieved a Silver Level Adaptable Living Standard meaning we build the home meeting the seven core design features elements:
1. A safe continuous and step free path of travel from the street entrance and/ or parking area to a dwelling entrance that is level.
2. At least one, level(step-free) entrance into the dwelling.
3. Internal doors and corridors that facilitate comfortable and unimpeded movement between spaces.
4. A toilet on the ground (or entry) level that provides easy access.
5. A bathroom that contains a hobless shower recess
6. Reinforced walls around the toilet, shower and bath to support the safe installation of grab rails at a later date.
7. Stairways are designed to reduce the likelihood of injury and also enable future adaptation.VIEW BROCHURE