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DESIGN & PLANNING
Bathroom Safety: No Tools Required
Downsize Your Home, Upsize Your Amenities
The Baby Boomer generation is getting older. In 2017, the youngest will be 52 and the oldest will be 71. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by 2030 the number of individuals ages 65 and up is expected to be twice as large as it was in 2000, growing to 71.5 million and representing nearly 20 percent of the population. Moreover, multiple generations are choosing to live under one roof for a variety of reasons, ranging from economic to millennial cultural values. Given these trends, it's essential to create a safe home to accommodate everyone's wants and needs. According to a major home improvement center study, 60 percent of Boomers plan to stay in their existing homes for some time, and remodeling and home improvement rank high on their to-do lists. The following are some home projects you can expect Boomers to tackle in order to keep their homes safe and accessible. As one of the most often used rooms in the home, the bathroom is a great place to undertake remodeling for safety and independence. Projects such as custom closet configurations, adjusting mirror and toilet heights and installing roll-under sinks and angled mirrors can help Boomers keep their bathrooms safe...READ MORE
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