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Better Living Modular Homes are prefab houses designed for use by wheelchair or walker users and others with physical disabilities. These homes are affixed to a permanent foundation (crawl space, basement, or pilings) and have floor plans with one to five bedrooms and one to three bathrooms. Features include wider hallways and doorways; closets with bi-fold doors; expanded space in bathrooms; rocker-style light switches for individuals with fine motor disabilities; light switches set lower in the wall for wheelchair users and individuals of short stature; wall receptacles set higher in the wall to reduce reach when plugging in power cords; lever handles on doors and faucets for individuals with fine motor disabilities; threshold options to prevent tripping for individuals who use walkers or crutches; exterior doors with glass or sidelights to increases visibility of visitors at night; adjustable-height closet rods and shelves; roll-out shelves in base cabinets; kitchen counters available in various heights; grab bars with reinforced walls around tubs and commodes for individuals with balance or mobility disabilities; hand-held shower; and shower seat/bench. OPTIONS: Custom task lighting. DIMENSIONS: Passage doors are 36 inches wide; hallways are 44 inches wide; and stairways are 42 inches wide. The height from the top of the light switch box to the floor is 45 inches and the height from the top of the wall receptacle box to the floor is 20 inches.
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