If you could use the services of a professional general contractor in the Michiana area, At-Home Accessibility has you covered. As a locally owned and operated business, we cultivate friendly, ongoing relationships with everyone we serve. It's our goal to make working with us as easy and stress-free as possible, so we'll provide you with project planning assistance to ensure that you'll be happy with our work. As Certified Aging-In-Place Specialists with 25 years of industry experience, we offer dependable workmanship and designs using high-quality materials. No job is too big or small for us to tackle.
Our regular hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm. We also offer appointments by request on weekends. You can come to us for:
Handicap accessible construction
When you need to hire a first-rate general contractor in South Bend, IN, At-Home Accessibility is the only name you need to remember. Contact us today for a free consultation.
A new ceiling lift from At-Home Accessibility will make it easier for anyone with mobility challenges to get around your home. Our lifts are designed to give residents in South Bend, IN, some additional freedom and preve...
Everyone deserves to be able to move through his or her home with dignity and ease. At-Home Accessibility specializes in handicap-accessible construction that enables individuals to feel safe and independent in their own...
Finding a mobility scooter that’s suited to your needs shouldn’t consume a lot of time. At-Home Accessibility in South Bend, IN, offers clients access to ADA-compliant systems, and we can also give you the support of a C...
At-Home Accessibility in South Bend, IN, can install ramps for homes and businesses. Whether you need us to install a ramp for a small home or large building, we’ll make sure that everything works properly for your prope...
Just over four years ago, we had a chairlift installed to our basement. No one wants to spend thousands on disability products and for many of us, they were never in our plans. But my lift has worked great and made it completely safe to get to our basement. The three times when I’ve needed to have this company remove the lift temporarily (to receive new furniture for the basement, to remove an old water heater & have a new one installed, and to remove & replace carpeting on the stairs), I didn’t know how much the charge would be until the work was completed. The amount of $100 seemed somewhat random and kind of expensive to me, but I needed it done. Suddenly the third time it went up to $175, which actually seemed more in line with the task and time it required. Just beware and ask upfront. I wasn’t thinking about getting the lift removed, when we first bought it.