House 7 This 1967 built bungalow was renovated accessible between 1985 and 1990. The concrete sidewalk wraps around from the front of the house to the back yard. The ramp leads to the back patio from the concrete sidewalk. The lip at the end of the ramp is not an issue for the homeowner, who uses a power chair. The wooden deck is accessible by either the side ramp, or from the house. A wooden wedge ramps the deck to the back door. The floor is covered in laminate, which runs into the bedroom and throughout the home. Under sink cutout and above the toilet commode are great accessibility features The homeowner uses a lift and the tub in the main bathroom for bathing, where either a tub bath is used, or a sling shower. The bedroom features laminate flooring, and a ceiling fan that works by remote control. Ceiling track is used for transfers. Lift motor is portable between rooms. Large, low windows in the dining room/ living room area give an unobstructed view, while letting in some natural light. Laminate flooring is great for sturdiness and upkeep. The outdoor lift leads from the concrete walkway to the front landing. This alleviates the room required to install a ramp to code. No need for keys! The kitchen is open enough for maneuverability, but does not have many features specific to accessibility. Laminate floor runs through from kitchen, to dining, to living room areas. The spacious living room has been left open, and extra space allows for an accessible work are. Once again, low windows offer a great view for a wheelchair user.