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Are you thinking about building a new home? Are you thinking about living there for a long time? Read on to learn about important considerations your future-self will thank you for.
When building a custom home, “this is your chance to build something great”. The mentality of having a “forever home” can be achieved when it is built with accessibility in mind. As you age, you may not want to move out, if you still love your house. Planning for aging in place is prudent and will enhance the ROI of your custom home, especially if you can extend the number of years you get to enjoy living there.
Think about how technology can ease accessibility with voice-activated features for those who are unable to reach certain switches or equipment. Something as simple as a hydraulic dining room table can mean accommodating all guests with the greatest of ease.
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