Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists
Surveys and data continue to support the fact that senior adults wish to remain in their homes as long as possible. The concept of accessible or universal design is something every homeowner should consider during their renovation. Whether modifying your home to accommodate a disability or to plan for aging-in-place, we have experience with these specific design standards.
Hosting a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation, All-In offers the skills & knowledge necessary to remodel or modify a home to meet the unique needs of the older population, disabled owners, or their visitors. All-In is also a VA Approved Contractor and is experienced in serving disabled Veterans who are renovating as part of a VA Grant.
Utilizing our network of vendors and our attention to your budget, we’ll give you the tools you need to make design choices and material selections.
Serving Central Florida since 2008, we offer an experienced team of employees and an established network of trade professionals.
From estimates, design option & construction supervision to punch lists and clean up, we provide conscientious communication and project management.
Specially Adapted Housing & Accessibility Construction
Accessible Kitchens & Baths
Door & Hallway Widening
Relocating Lighting, Outlets, and Controls
Exterior Paved Paths
Disability Housing Grants for Veterans
The VA offers housing grants for Veterans and service members with certain service-connected disabilities so they can buy or change a home to meet their needs and live more independently. Changing a home might involve installing ramps or widening doorways. If you qualify for an SAH grant, you can get up to $109,986 for FY 2023. Find out if you’re eligible for a disability housing grant—and how to apply.
We partner and support many local and national organizations:
- PVA – Paralyzed Veterans of America
- CIL – Center for Independent Living
- ALS Association
- VAREP – Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals
- NextStep Orlando