Community Invited to Experience Latest Advancements in Independent Living for Seniors and those with Disabilities
Elder Living Construction announces the Grand Opening Celebration of its new Universal Design Center in Farminton Hills. The public is invited to visit as Elder Living Construction offically opens the Design Center on Decemeber 4 from 10 a.m - 4 p.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Appetizers and beverages will be served throughout the day.
Understanding the importance of remaining independent and safe in an exisiting home or living environment, Elder Living Construction was founded as the vision or partners and Certified Aging-In-Place Specialists, Roger Burghdoff, Tim Saling, and Bark Barker. Combined, this team has more than 50 years experience in the construction, contracting, and remodeling industry. In addition, they offer a unique expertise in the function of care giving and independent living assistance.
Seeing the growing needs of an aging population, Elder Living Construction launched in 2011 offering a spectrum or services and products that allow individuals to stay independently in their homes. Featured as experts by several news stations locally and nationally, the Elder Living Construction team can help set up an Aging in Place plan that allows individuals to safely remain in their homes for years to come.
In just a few short years, the company is now one of the key solution sources for Metro Detroit and Southeast Michigan families, organizations and individuals looking to build or remodel. The team is engaged in the community and recently worked with Jewish Family Services providing an individual the ability to live safely in the comfort of home. "Our goal is to be the trusted partner for families, therapists and designers to create spaces that are workable, safe and assesable for any number of needs or limitation," said Baker. "Safety, quality installations and creative designs are the benchmark of our business."
The Elder Living Construction Universal Design Center is a warm and creative space allowing individuals to see and experience the latest advancements in assessable living. From full kitchens and bathrooms to ramps, lifts and other installations, the Design Center becomes a one-stop answer for the many questions facing those looking to remodel. Tim Saling describes the center as designed with everyone in mind.
"The design center lets people touch and see the things that they normally wouldn't have been able to experience until after installation," said Burghdoff. "We are honored to be working with the top manufacturers and designers to show people just how comfortable and beautiful living safely at home can be."
Elder Living Construction is a member of the Building Industry Association of Southeast Michigan, Disability Network and Michigan Business Leadership Network. The company is also a part of the Building Industry Association Professional Master Builder and Certified Aging-In-Place Specialists. The community is invited to experience the difference that Elder Living Construction and E.L Kitchen & Bath are offering Southeast Michigan residents. For More information or to RSVP, call 888-249-3510.