Don’t hand off your aging-in-place remodeling to just any construction firm.

When it comes to aging-in-place remodeling, a one-size-fits-all approach won’t work. People will have different needs—and most won’t know what’s possible with home modifications. General contractors too often enter mid-stream and have nothing to do with the design. Yet the aging-in-place design is precisely the point.

This is why working with a design/build firm makes sense. With design/build, you have one point of contact managing the entire process—from design to budgets to the actual aging-in-place home modifications. And when you choose our design/build firm, you get a bonus: the person managing your project will be me, the owner of J.E.P.

A happy client talks about their experience with J.E.P. Contracting . . .

“We hired J.E.P. twice – once to remodel most of our home (literally) and secondly to build an in-law apartment for my ailing father. Both times, they were prompt, courteous, on budget, and professional. I would hire them again without reservation.”
Diana Giampa

Aging-in-place remodeling is growing in popularity.

According to AARP, 77% of adults over 50 would prefer to age in place. This is understandable. Home is home, after all. The good news is that—with some modifications—your home can often be renovated to safely accommodate the needs of aging bodies or people with disabilities.

Whether you need slight modifications (like adding grab bars to a bathroom) or a full-scale bathroom redesign (or something else) will depend on many factors. The challenge for you is that you can’t know what you don’t know, which is why it’s critical to work with someone who’ll take the time to listen to your needs (present-day and future), ask meaningful questions, and develop a plan that satisfies those needs while also staying within budget.

Why my design/build methodology works so well for aging-in-place home modifications.

  • I begin by talking with you at great length.

    And not just you but anyone involved in the decision-making process, such as caregivers or adult children. I’ll answer your questions and learn about your present-day needs, future needs, and budget. I’ll assess your space and share ideas.

  • I deliver initial concepts, and a design comes next.

    The aging-in-place design will achieve your goals while adhering to your budget.

  • From there, I manage the aging-in-place home modifications from start to finish.

    This seamless continuity between designer and project manager ensures no (figurative) stone is left unturned and nothing falls through the cracks.

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my design/build process.

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