Accessible Modular Homes – Most of our Kintner modular homes can be modified to accommodate most accessible needs. From wider door openings to hand rails and grab bars, to an easy access shower Kintner can update your modular homes floor plan to make your modular home safe and comfortable along with being, one of our accessible modular homes.
At Kintner Modular Homes we will work with you to update the design of our modular home to fit your special needs and likes. Of course, you can expect all of the materials, finishes, fixtures, and appliances in your new home to meet the high quality standards found in every Kintner Modular Home. Once your new modular home is placed on your building lot, Kintner has the experience to add the necessary features to make your home easy, safe and beautiful to access and enjoy.
To take advantage of this unique home design, simply choose your favorite floor plan from our selection and tell one of our sales team that you would like to outfit it with “ADA Friendly” options. This is available and may vary to some degree on most of our modular home floor plans.
Accessible Modular Homes floor plans can feature wider hallways and doorways, space for a wheelchair turning radius, non-slip flooring, ramps, and walkways, special lighting, roll out or pull out shelving, easy grope doors, faucets, and drawers, accessible switches, no step entries, roll-in showers, ADA roll-under counter tops and work spaces, and many other specialty features.
Above all, our focus is on providing Pennsylvania and New York customers with quality modular homes and professional services before, during and after their purchase. From pre-construction planning through our in-house service department, ease and comfort is achieved by our talented team members. The entire team is committed to building a better house and enhancing your building experience. You are not just buying a house; you are buying a Kintner Homes.
You can take comfort in letting Kintner Modular Homes coordinate your next accessible modular homes project.
Our team has the ability to fully design and customize the optimal wooden modular ramp for all of your unique needs. Prices will vary depending on foundation and the length of the ramp. We have the necessary tools and highly trained professionals for a next day consultation!
“Wherever a door is closed to anyone because of a disability, we must work to open it. Wherever any job or home, or means of transportation is unfairly denied because of a disability, we must work to change it. Wherever any barrier stands between you and the full rights and dignity of citizenship, we must work to remove it, in the name of simply decency and simple justice.”
– President George W. Bush
The kitchen is often the most frequently used room in your house. There are a variety of things to change including appliances such as lowered stoves and ovens as well as accessible refrigerators. The cabinets and counter tops all need to be lowered so it is easy for you to reach. Roll-out storage units are helpful too. The height and positioning of your sink needs to be at a height where you can comfortably roll your wheelchair underneath. Above all, our focus is on providing you the customer with a quality modular home that is ADA Friendly and giving you professional services before during and after your new home purchase.