Do you need to make handicap accessibility changes to your existing bathroom to allow for better ease of use? We can add and replace features to your bathroom which could include curbless showers, lowered bathtubs, and accessible sinks which are easy to get to. Another combination which clients seek is the walk in bathtubs showers combination. We can make these changes one by one as you decide you need them or we can do a complete overhaul of your bathroom so you can have it as you want it immediately. Let us know what your schedule and desire for these changes are and we will make it happen.


In order to get a better idea of what you might want in a redesigned home, it can be helpful to look at other rooms which have been designed with mobility aid and accessibility options in mind. You don’t have to give up your sense of style to accomodate ambulatory changes – with some forethought, you’re aesthetic can be honored as we design your new home.


When you hire Worry Free Mobility, you can rest assured that construction in your home will be under constant monitoring as we make sure we’re meeting our stringent quality control standards. We take pride in our attention to detail and we’ve been known to stay longer and even work weekends until we can get the job done right, if we’re not exceeding your expectations. Your satisfaction is of paramount importance to us; when you hire us to make changes in your home, you will enjoy:

  • Our Satisfaction Guarantee – we won’t quit until the job is done right.
  • Complimentary limited service warranty for the first year.
  • Service & support even after the job is finished.
  • Expert installation of your mobility and assisted living devices.


Let’s be honest, living through a construction project in your home is considered one of the most stressful life events a person can undergo. For this reason, we carefully plan our jobs ahead of time so we can be in and out of your home in as little time as possible. Adding wheelchair accessibility and mobility aids to enable you more freedom should be something to be celebrated, not endured.