Building Accessibility

Accessible Homes, Inc.

4631 Woodbridge Drive
Powder Springs, GA 30073-2527
Phone: 770-943-1249
Offers a complete range of design services that take a common sense approach to the design of attractive barrier free homes. Each design incorporates features that enhance the convenience, safety, efficiency, and accessibility for all residents.

Accessible UDA Ideal Home Plans

Phone: 800-700-8321
UDA offers a comprehensive range of cost-effective and intelligent accessible ideal home plans and planning services that effectively enable people with disabilities to productively utilize and move about their homes.

Concrete Change

600 Dancing Fox Road
Decatur, GA 30032
Concrete Change is dedicated to making homes accessible, adaptable and visitable. Their site is about working together for basic access in ALL homes.

The Home Ramp Project

E-mail: Include the name of your state.
“How to Build Wheelchair Ramps for Homes” is a manual of design and construction for modular wheelchair ramps. This manual includes information about ramps and long-tread low-riser steps to improve safe home accessibility.

National Accessible Apartment

Clearinghouse (NAAC)
201 W. Union Street Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 800-421-1221
The NAAC connects physically challenged individuals with apartments that have been designed for or adapted to meet their needs.

National Association of Home Builders Research Ctr.

400 Prince Georges Blvd.
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774-8731
Phone: 301-249-4000
Fax: 301-249-0305
National Association of Home Builders offers Directory of Accessible Building Products, 1998 ($5.00). Updated annually. Contains descriptions of over 180 commercially available products designed for use by people with disabilities and age-related limitations.

US Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board

1331 F ST, NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20004
Phone: 202-272-5434 or 202-272-5449 (TTY)
Fax: 202-272-5447
Serves the nation as the only independent federal agency whose primary mission is accessibility for people with disabilities.

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