Hammer Restoration Inc., a member company of DKI, North America's largest disaster restoration contracting organization, is expanding their services to modify properties for barrier-free access, customized to help its customers navigate better throughout their homes.

Hammer Restoration has over 50 years of experience serving its community to minimize or prevent disasters and emergency situations.

Recently, Hammer Restoration’s project manager, Tom Placher completed his certification for home modifications through the University of Southern California. With this new knowledge and experience, Hammer Restoration can design the specific modifications required to make a home fully accessible for its owners to continue their daily activities with ease and self-confidence, and prevent relocation.

“We recognize the unique requirements of the physically challenged, and are excited for this new opportunity to help our clients age safely in their own homes,” said Roger Thornton, Hammer Restoration’s director of marketing.

Hammer Restoration’s team has extensive experience modifying, designing and building these barrier-free buildings. Their home modifications include ADA, wheelchair accessible, universal design, and barrier free-home remodeling to support all areas of the home, including bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and more general areas.