The Senior Factor

Recent life experiences have triggered a new interest for McCune—addressing the home construction needs of seniors and others with lifestyle challenges. In 1998 McCune’s father died after a three year battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS).  Soon after, his 90 year old mother-in-law moved in with his family.  Over a six year span, her failing health required modifications to his family home, bringing about a glaring revelation.

Recognizing the necessity to adjust to life changes, McCune is keenly aware of design, retrofit, and remodel needs for seniors in particular.  Homes can be modified, as he did, to maximize security, comfort and independence. From the single addition of a safety handle bar to the construction of wheelchair ramps, three-foot wide doors, and roll-in showers, homes can be customized for a family’s special assistance needs.

McCune offers free consultation with individuals and/or family members to plan, design, and implement tasteful but critical home modifications.  Remaining in one’s own home is the priority of this type of remodel project.

 


Senior Factor