How can you build an accessible kitchen that works for you? The answer is that you should read the casp report and compliance standards. Then, you can focus on three things:
- You should make sure you have accessibility to storage spaces and cabinets.
- Prioritize wheelchair accessibility. Space in front of and next to appliances is important.
- Organize your workspace by arranging utensils, pull-out shelves, frequently used dishes, etc.
Aside from that, let’s take a look at the home modifications you can make to create a handicap-accessible kitchen.
Install Wheelchair Accessible Roll-Under Sinks and Ovens
Wheelchair-accessible ovens and sinks can also be invaluable for long-term living. Upgrading or even just making a few changes to your home may be just what you want to gain freedom, comfort, and security in your property. With this simple change, you can easily cook your favorite foods without issue.
Install Ample Floor Space
Your home remodeling project should include ample room for freedom, ADA accessible clearances for kitchen appliances, accessible cabinet doors, shelves, and drawers, and a comfortable “work triangle.” The work triangle refers to the comfortable work area created between the stove, refrigerator, and sink. The triangle areas should be greater than four feet and less than eight feet, along with all outer boundaries of this triangle at no more than 26 feet.
Remove Walls or Moving Counters
If the design goal is to achieve a large, open space in the kitchen, you may need to think about replacing or removing a wall or …