Home accessibility modifications help you prepare for the future. All-Craft is a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist for design and construction services in accessibility-home modifications.

Whether you are aging and want to remain in your current home, or are adapting to a life changing event, All-Craft’s home modifications can help you live comfortably and safely in your own home for years to come.

There are three main reasons for home modifications:

Aging in Place Without Urgent Needs – People are renovating to prepare for the future and to have longevity in their home.

Aging in Place with Progressive Conditions – You don’t have to be a senior to experience chronic or progressive health conditions. Home modifications are made to help any individual who requires special modifications to life comfortably and independently in their home.

Aging in Place with Traumatic Change Needs – People who have experienced abrupt or traumatic change can still live in their home safely with accessibility modifications.

One’s Desire to Remain in One’s Home

Home modifications enhance quality of life and enable families to enjoy their home to the fullest.

From small modifications such as grab bars, lever faucets, and adjustable shower heads to extensive accessibility renovations, including barrier free showers, and electric powered adjustable kitchen cabinets, it is always a good idea to consult with a local Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) to help you decide the best modifications to make for your lifestyle. More examples of accessibility modifications are outlined below.


  • Grab rails
  • Barrier free shower
  • Custom shower bench
  • Wheelchair accessible vanity
  • Non-slip bathroom flooring
  • Adjustable shower heads


  • Pull down shelves
  • Pull out pot drawers
  • Rollout spice rack
  • Open stove top
  • Pull out dishwasher drawer
  • Enlarged entrance to kitchen

AccessibilityLiving Spaces

  • Smart home systems
  • Doors and openings
  • Lower switches and controls
  • Accessible back entrance
  • Wheelchair accessible bathroom


  • Wheelchair ramps
  • Lifts and residential elevators
  • Raised gardens
  • Wide pathways
  • Seating areas accessible by wheelchair
  • Outdoor switches

For more information on aging in place and grant programs in Nova Scotia visit:

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If you are looking for accessibility modifications and renovation contractors in Halifax, or would like to learn more about how to make your or a loved one’s home more accessible, then please contact us today!