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We have purchased a rancher that has only one bathroom. My husband is disabled due to a stroke and is in a wheelchair. We need to add a master bathroom that will accommodate his needs. There is a bedroom adjacent to the master that is 8.6x9.4 we would like to convert that to a handicapped master bath for him. The rooms are divided by a closet on each side. We would like the space to be large in the center so that the wheelchair can do a 360 turning radius. the toilet has to be left sided toilet grab bars have to accommodate his left side he is paralysed on his right side. The shower has to be a wheelchair accessible shower. At present he is able to use a portable bench to sit on, I am preparing for the years ahead when he will not be able to transfer. We will be installing a Hoyer Patient lift that will go on a ceiling track from the bed side to the bathroom, it should reach the toilet as well.
We have been informed by Veterans Affairs USA he is a US Vietnam Veteran that they will be issuing a grant for the whole renovation. This will include the interior as well as any exterior work that needs to be done to make the house accessible for him.
The contractor will have to work directly with VA for payment, they will have to submit a estimate to me and it will be then approved by them.
We are taking possession of the property on July 2 , we are hoping that VA will be able to give us a definite answer by then so that we can start working on the bathroom. The main bathroom will need a handicapped toilet and grab bars should we not hear from anyone by then we will look for other estimates through local advertisments. I would preffer someone that has experience in this field and that won't rip me off.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I have an approximately 5X6ft bathroom with water damage. I need the removal of old drywall, shower stall and sink; new drywall; and two walls and the floor tiled (about 100 square feet of tile). If I can find a good tiler, I can also have someone else do the removal of all the old materials, and even do the drywall.
Bathroom is currently 11.25' x 6.5' and we are looking at a walk in shower with bench, a handicapped toilet, an accessible sink as well as safety bars and a small tub , non slip flooring an exhaust fan, lighting & fixtures, & GFCI outlets all to be installed, some drywall and cement board will need to be replaced and maybe insulation on the exterior wall. The house is a two level basement entry home built in the early 80's and the bathroom is on the upper level of the home. We are in Mission B.C. and this is a serious request.
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