Adaptive & Accessible Homes: Harrisonburg, VA
There are two recent events in history that have influenced the need for adaptive and accessible homes: the Baby Boomer generation beginning retirement, and the Post-Recession crisis in home ownership. Many consumers, instead of building larger and new homes, are remodeling or downsizing to save money or staying in their own homes until retirement home or full-care living is needed. We specialize in helping customers adapt to changing family needs, whether it be empty-nest (re-purposing a space as an apartment for rental income), retirement and downsizing needs (re-purposing a home for multi or dual-family living), or aging-in-place (providing "universal design" adaptive changes to your living spaces such as larger doorways, rail-bars, ramps, room for a caregiver, etc.) McMansions are a thing of the past; modest or small houses with amenities and functionality are becoming the new norm.
Another factor influencing home construction and remodeling today is the growing ethnic and cultural diversity within the U.S. We bring extensive experience in working with diverse ethic populations in the Valley, in communicating and discussing the various interests and needs of home construction that vary with different ethnic and cultural groups. Eric Beck, President and Lead Contractor, is bilingual in Spanish.
Beck Builders, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Adaptive & Accessible Homes, Universal Design, Aging-in-Place