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ADA Handicap Accessible Kitchen Remodeling


Have you been thinking about upgrading your kitchen to make it more spacious and easy to use?  Upgrade to a kitchen that will meet your needs today AND in years to come!  Add wheelchair accessible sinks with lever faucets, and ADA ovens and appliances. If a family member is experiencing a disabling long term illness requiring you to make changes in your kitchen, now may be a good time to plan ahead and make your kitchen more open and user-friendly.

Contact Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC by calling 770.880.3405 for a kitchen evaluation. We can evaluate your current layout and discuss options to enhance and expand your space. If your case is a disabled or elder family member in your care that is struggling to maintain independent use of the kitchen counter, sink, microwave or oven, contact us to discuss kitchen space management options! (*Photos courtesy of

Atlanta Handicap Accessible Kitchen

GE Cooktop With Roll-Under Base

GE Adjustable Roll-Under Sink With Raised Dishwasher



Roll-Under Ovens and Sinks

Easy Access Storage

Front-Operated Accessible Appliances

Front Loading Washers

Easy Grip Faucets

Roll-Under Desks & Work Areas


Creating a Handicap Accessible Kitchen That Works!

Is a spacious and open feeling kitchen area your design objective? It may be necessary to remove or replace a wall, or counter. Modifying one aspect of your kitchen can make the kitchen significantly more user-friendly. Changing an island or peninsula counter, or relocating an appliance can make all the difference!

Accessible Kitchen Atlanta Georgia

Your home modifications design should include ample floor space for mobility, ADA handicap accessible kitchen appliance access clearances, accessible cabinet doors, drawers and shelves; and aAtlanta Home Modifications Accessible Home functional “work triangle”.

The work triangle refers to the comfortable work space area created between the stove, the refrigerator, and the sink.  The sides of the triangle should be greater than four feet and under nine feet, with the outer limits of the triangle at a maximum of 26 feet.

How do you make the handicap accessible kitchen work for you? Focus on three things.

  • First, focus on accessibility to storage areas, cabinets and pantries.
  • Second, think, wheelchair mobility. Space in front of and alongside appliances is essential.
  • Third, create work space comfort and coordination with utensils, sliding trash bin, etc.

Wheelchair accessible sinks with lever faucets and ADA ovens are also advantageous for long term independent living. Upgrading or simply making a few home modifications may be just what you need to gain mobility, comfort and safety in your home. Read an interesting article on the subject of Creating a Handicap Accessible Kitchen That Works!  Tor read a description of the typical sequence of work describing each step of the process from the first conversation to the close of the project, see Our Design and Installation Process.

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Make an appointment with Atlanta Home Modifications for an in-home consultation to enable us to meet you, observe and evaluate your current living arrangement, and assess how we may assist you in the management of a more pleasant and accessible home, or in case there is ever a disabled or elder family member in your care. There are many things that can be done to make your home more accessible, such as wheelchair accessible sinks with lever faucets, and ADA ovens and appliances.

Call 770.880.3405 to discuss design options for ADA handicap accessible kitchen remodeling. Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC serves  metro Atlanta including Decatur, Alpharetta, Roswell, Marietta, Acworth, Kennesaw, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Snellville, Norcross, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Buford, Flowery Branch, Athens and Gainesville, Gwinnett, Fulton, DeKalb, Georgia.

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