Category Archives: ADA Lifestyle

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Seachrome Secures an AIA Provider Partnership

We’re pleased to announce that Seachrome has secured nationwide approval from The American Institute of Architects (AIA) to provide its course “ADA Compliance for Accessories in Bath and Restrooms” as one of the AIA Continuing Education Units courses.  This important course provide architects with the necessary information that will help them design and construct bathrooms

CATEGORIES: ADA Lifestyle / Seachrome News

On May 16, 2016, the Senior Accessible Housing Act (HR5254) was introduced in the House of Representatives. The bill proposes a tax credit of up to $30,000 in expenses for individuals who are at least 60 years old and need to make modifications in their homes in order to live comfortably. This is a substantial […]

CATEGORIES: ADA Lifestyle / Aging in Place

Home remodeling projects are on the rise. According to The Boston Globe, spending on home remodeling nationwide is projected to grow from 4.3% to 7.6% in the first three quarters of the year, eventually reaching $155 billion in 2016. And to no surprise. With strengthening housing market conditions owners are encouraged to spend on functional […]

CATEGORIES: ADA Lifestyle / Aging in Place / Bathroom Design / Tips and Tricks
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Five Tips to Keep Your Bathroom Safe in 2016

Whether for everyday convenience, ADA design compliance or plans to age in place, we at Seachrome are proud that our bath products contribute to your home’s style and safety. In honor of National Bath Safety Month, we put together a list of helpful tips to keep in mind to ensure the safety of your bathroom […]

CATEGORIES: ADA Lifestyle / Aging in Place / Bathroom Design / Tips and Tricks
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How to Design an Upscale ADA Dressing Room

When hip new women’s clothing boutique BDM Boutique opened in Corona del Mar, CA, they knew they needed a stylish yet secure solution to ADA dressing room guidelines. Dressing rooms are required to have an accessible bench with a clear floor space that allows people using wheelchairs or other mobility devices to approach parallel to […]

CATEGORIES: ADA Lifestyle