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Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS added this to Aging-in-Place Resolutions for the New Year
AIP Resolution No. 4: I will plan for future years.Most multi-story homes don't have, or need, elevators, but if your master bedroom is upstairs and you develop a mobility issue, an elevator can be a resource. It's not inexpensive to add one, but neither is relocating to assisted living.If you're building a custom multi-level home you intend to live in indefinitely, ask your architect to plan space for an elevator so that it will be easier to add later if you need one.

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May 21, 2014
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April 22, 2014
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April 22, 2014
aging in place, if building consider having place for this planned. could also just live in a one story. moving to assisted living is expensive too.
Deborah Martin Designs added this to Aging in Place
April 19, 2014
When master bedrooms not located on the first floor, consider installing an elevator.
Kaye Swain REALTOR® added this to Aging in Place Options
April 5, 2014
Elevator - I've seen a few in large two-story homes in Pierce County, Washington. They definitely make a two-story home more practical for the many elderly seniors.
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Residential Elevators » AIP Resolution No. 4: I will plan for future years. Most multi-story homes don't have, or need, elevators, but if your master bedroom is upstairs and you develop a mobility issue, an elevator can be a resource. It's not inexpensive to add one, but neither is relocating to assisted living. If you're building a custom multi-level home you intend to live in indefinitely, ask your architect to plan space for an elevator so that it will be easier to add later if you need one.
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Residential Elevators

Adding an elevator to your multi-level home can add accessibility to your upper stories for any resident or guest with mobility issues.

Sizes, finishes, features and costs vary. — Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS

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