(BPT) - Lived in your home for years? Love your neighborhood? The thought of moving away from your home’s comfort, warmth and memories can be unsettling. Instead of moving out, consider updating and remodeling your home to accommodate your future needs.
Eight-nine percent of Americans 55 and older have embraced this aging-in-place trend, and hope to remain in their own homes for the long-term, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
“As Americans strive to maintain their independence and stay in their own homes longer, many take on home improvements projects to reduce maintenance while improving accessibility and energy efficiency,” says Pella Windows & Doors spokesperson Kathy Krafka Harkema. “As they stretch budgets and prepare for retirement, today’s savvy homeowners plan home renovation projects with comfort, convenience and ease of maintenance in mind.”
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