Yancey Company designs and constructs Americans with Disabilities Act Compliant Bathrooms that are not only functional, but stylish and modern as well.
Online PR News – 04-January-2013 – Sacramento, CA – Standard bathrooms are not designed to benefit the handicapped and the elderly, leading to frustration and even injury—and handicapped bathrooms tend to look sterile and bland. That's why Yancey Company is making it their focus to craft custom bathrooms that can assist the handicapped as well as look amazing.
Yancey Company is one of the area's leading handicap bathroom contractors providing not only a functional, but stylish bathroom.
“Many times, handicap bathrooms look like they belong in an institution and not someone's home,” company president Tom Yancey said. “We strive to create a bathroom that not only allows for easy use, but is also attractive in your home.”
“Yancey's customized handicap bathrooms are created with the client's needs in mind”
Yancey has been providing handicap accessible home improvements for decades and this push to better and more stylish bathrooms is just one way the company is reaching out to give customers what they want. Employees are constantly researching the latest trends including open spa baths and the use of textured tiles and surface materials to help prevent falls.
People with assistive devices can enjoy plenty of room with contoured, walk-in shower stalls and ADA-compliant grab bars that are attractive as well as functional. They no longer have to have the same bathroom as everyone else because Yancey has devised customized floor plans to give them the look they want and not just the one they have to have.
“People want to feel comfortable in their homes and let their own personalities shine through,” Yancey said. “We've spent a lot of time searching for the best products for our customers and are proud of our work.”
Yancey's customized handicap bathrooms are created with the client's needs in mind and designs take into account assistance devices such as wheelchairs, crutches and canes, pain, mobility and visual limitations, storage needs and bathing preferences such as a bath, shower or even whirlpool spa. Attention to detail and customization is what puts Yancey a cut above other handicap bathroom contractors.
Further information about the many styles, choices and services available can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting the website at http://www.yanceycompany.com/handicap-bathroom-contractors/. You can also check the company out on Facebook and Twitter at @YanceyCo.
About Yancey Company:
Yancey Company has roots going back to 1888, with the creation of the Yancey Lumber Company in Newman, Calif. Yancey Company was officially founded in 1939 by Joel H. Yancey as Yancey Insulation Company. The company is a family owned business with the main office in Sacramento, Calif. It specializes in windows, siding, kitchens, baths and patio improvements. The company recently expanded its offerings to include stylish handicapped bathrooms that also meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards. For more information about the company or its services, visit the website at www.yanceycompany.com or call (916) 262-7093.