Stress Free Tips for Incorporating Universal Design

What is universal design? Speaking to a broad spectrum, universal design is designing buildings, programs or places that fit for every kind of person to make the most use of it (e.g.children, people with special needs, baby boomers, seniors, the elderly and so on). With that in mind, implementing universal design for your building can […]

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How to Make Homes More Accessible for the Elderly [Video]

Dan Bawden had the pleasure of being a guest-host on Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford, lending his expertise to show homeowners how to make their homes more accessible. Watch this video to find out how to make an existing house more easily accessible for the elderly or those with disabilities by: Widening doorways and lowering thresholds […]

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Dan Bawden of Legal Eagle featured in The Baltimore Sun

Our very own Dan Bawden recently gave his Aging-in-Place insight to The Baltimore Sun article named ‘With aging population, a gap in home design’. A short excerpt of the article is below: Suzanne and Dan Swisher started looking for a new house a few years ago. With their children grown, they were ready to downsize […]

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Bathroom Trends: Homeowners Finding Creative Ways to Make These Spaces Comfortable

By Dan Bawden, CAPS GGR GMB CGP, Legal Eagle Contractors, Co. The bathroom: sometimes it’s the one place in the house where you can shut yourself away from stresses and distractions and just relax. For many homeowners, bathrooms are personal sanctuaries. And today’s bathroom remodeling trends reflect that mindset. On a broad scale, homeowners these […]

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Dan Bawden of Legal Eagle Contractors featured in New AARP Article ‘Remodeling a Home to Be a Lifelong Home’

AARP research consistently finds that the vast majority of people age 50 and older want to remain in their homes and communities for as long as possible. But most existing homes — and this is true whether the home is an apartment, townhouse or stand-alone single-family abode — were not designed to be homes for […]

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