We create solutions for people wanting to live safely and comfortably at home
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Our Process. Our Promise.
We chose our name, Promise Home Works, because we strive to be more than just an accessibility construction company. Our business is founded with a heartfelt devotion to therapeutic solutions that treat the whole person. We’re able to meet needs that go far beyond simply installing and modifying homes.
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WHAT WE DO.
We LISTEN to you and share our experience in solving challenges like yours.
We design a comprehensive solution based on a CLINICAL EVALUATION of your home and needs.
Our experts PERFORM other prescribed modifications to your home and install the necessary equipment to make everyday life at home safer and easier.
We work with INNOVATIVE equipment manufacturers and the best construction PROFESSIONALS to make staying in your own home safe, comfortable and ready for aging in place.
What Our Clients Say
“After the modifications recommended and performed by Promise Home Works, my mother feels more secure and safe from falling accidents in her home. Prior to their work she was considering independent living at a cost of $5,000 per month.”- Don K.
“I wanted to thank you again for the excellent service that Promise Home Works provided. The shower looks great and the project was on-time. Aside from the quality of work received, it was the friendliness and professionalism that Promise offered that we really appreciated. My Grandfather was very excited to be able to take his first shower in quite some time”- Ben Z.
“Promise Home Works worked very hard to ensure that we had the right plan to safely and efficiently remain in our home. I wanted to be able to bring my husband home and take care of him here... and now I can. Without the overhead ceiling lift that Joy recommended we would still be in the hospital.”- Cathy B.
After the construction recommended and performed by Promise Home|Works she feels more secure and safe from falling accidents in her home. Prior to their work she was considering “independent living” at a cost of just under $5,000/month.- Millie's Family Member
My husband’s Parkinson's was beginning to make it difficult to get him out of bed. In fact it took two of us, which wasn’t always possible since I was the main caregiver in our home. I have been so thankful for that ceiling lift system ever since. It gives me independence. I can now get my husband in and out of bed by myself and it is easy. He is always well positioned and comfortable in the wheelchair - not slouched or crooked. Our track has an extra bonus in that it also goes around a corner into the bathroom and can either be lowered over the toilet or into the shower.- Marie