When you think of “accessibility” do you think of an institutional setting? Try substituting “user-friendly”. Accessibility is creative design tailored to real requirements of anyone who might live or visit there. Sure signs of accessible design are wider doorways and zero-step entrances—useful features, whether using a mobility device or pushing a baby stroller.

John Wesley Miller (JWM) specializes in building and remodeling homes that meet and exceed Universal Accessibility requirements. We see these requirements as features that make a home more comfortable for anyone. Bathrooms with roll-in showers with dual shower heads and grab-bars are standard features. Ground floor bathrooms and kitchens come with 60” turn around spaces. Open floor plans, step free entryways, three-foot door openings and extra wide hallways insure ease of movement for homeowners and visitors.

Pair accessibility features with JWM quality, energy efficient construction and you have a home you can live with for years to come.

Backed by over 60 years of home building experience, JWM is your guarantee that your new home will be everything your unique family is looking for. Find out more about our award-winning designs and construction techniques.

Call John, he’d love to chat 520-977-3313, or visit us online at johnwesleymillercompanies.com.

About John Wesley Miller Companies

Tucson green builder and solar pioneer John Wesley Miller is a national leader in energy conservation and green building practices. He has received numerous industry honors and awards for energy conservation and building quality in his over 50 years as a builder since working with the University of Arizona’s Energy Research Laboratory in 1973. In 2002, the National Association of Home Builders’ National Green Builders Conference named John Wesley Miller the year’s Outstanding Green Advocate. John Wesley Miller has consulted with Pima County to promote a program for Tucson energy efficient homes and the use of solar energy, and with the University of Arizona’s Environmental Research Laboratory in developing new energy saving products and technologies. He continues to collaborate with the U of A departments of Architecture, Engineering & Urban Planning.

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