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Making the Most of Your Accessible Bathroom Renovation - Gamburd Inc

Making the Most of Your Accessible Bathroom Renovation

You’ve seen the picture in a magazine. It’s a beautiful bathroom with lots of storage, yet it’s still has a lot of space to move around between the sink, shower and toilet. It has a walk-in shower that can double as a deep tub. It’s got modern flooring that provide a safe, anti-slid surface. The…

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Tax Deductions for Accessible Home Modifications | Gamburd Inc

Tax Deductions for Accessible Home Modifications

Whether you have recently become disabled or have been living with a disability your whole life, you have likely needed to make modifications to your home to support an independent lifestyle. Home modifications can make parts of your home more accessible. For instance, stair lifts help you access the different levels of your home, from…

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How to Create a Wheelchair Accessible Home | Gamburd Inc

How to Create a Wheelchair Accessible Home

Creating a wheelchair accessible home involves removing barriers and making daily necessities more mobility-friendly.   You may have never imagined yourself needing a wheelchair before now. But due to an ailment or injury or aging, a wheelchair is a non-negotiable. You must have it in order to accomplish tasks and chores throughout your day. It’s…

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Has Your House Become the Enemy? - Gamburd Inc

Has Your House Become the Enemy?

Baby Boomers have some unique opportunities today when it comes to living in a safe environment. Since we never know how much time we have to prepare for an unanticipated event, it would be good to learn from others. The key for us all is to be willing to take life’s lessons and apply them…

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7 Must-Have Home Modifications for Seniors Aging in Place - Gamburd Inc.

7 Must-Have Home Modifications for Seniors Aging in Place

You have spent years creating a comfortable environment in your home. Every room is filled with happy memories with friends and family. Each piece of furniture was chosen by you based on your style and preferences. The pictures hanging on the walls are reminders of the people you love and the adventures you cherish. And…

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7 Questions to Ask Before Hospital Discharge - Gamburd Inc.

7 Questions to Ask Before Hospital Discharge

It is our purpose to help people simplify their lives with accessibility solutions. Many times, individuals who need us don’t know where to start and yet, they are about to be processed for hospital discharge or leave a physical rehab center. Whether patients are calling for guidance themselves or a family member is reaching out,…

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Unusual Ways People Use Their Stair Lift - Gamburd Inc

Unusual Ways People Use Their Stair Lift

We have been providing mobility solutions for families for over 18 years. Not even the most experienced professionals in our company thought of these unique problem-solving techniques! Our clients have shared some very colorful signs of creativity! Here is our disclaimer: The stair lift we install are to be used only for the transporting of…

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Is Your Home Ready for the Holidays?

The hustle and bustle of the holidays is on! People are racing, facing and embracing the season with gusto, gladness and gifts galore! This is the time of year we show others how much we care. There may be holiday parties to attend and cards to send. Perhaps your home is the celebration destination, but…

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Why People Are Choosing Stair Lifts-Gamburd Inc

Why People Are Choosing Stair Lifts

  Stair Lifts, Chair Lifts, Stair Lift Elevator, Stair Chair Lifts, etc. There are lots of names people have given that mighty innovation that carries us from one floor of our home to the next. This invention was designed in 1923 by C.C. Crispin who at the time ran a Cadillac Dealership. He had a…

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Life Before Stair Lifts-Gamburd Inc

Life Before Stair Lifts

We can easily forget that we didn’t always have the technology and gadgets we use today. I am reminded of how far we have come when my kids ask me how old I was when I had my first cell phone. I search the recesses of my mind and blurt out 30, I think? The…

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