Do you cater for universal kitchens?

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Written by Wednesday, 03 April 2013 21:10;
Published in Weizter FAQ;

Most designers in the industry have no clue on the meaning of “universal kitchen design”. The basic idea is that if you build or remodel your kitchen with universal design principles in mind, you can ensure that anyone who ties on an apron will be able to comfortably and safely whip up dessert or wash the dishes. Universal design guidelines can make the kitchen more practical for your kids after school, for your elderly in-laws at holiday dinners, for a loved one who requires wheelchair accessibility, or for yourself as you grow older and your own physical needs change. The term “universal design ” is also used to describe products specially designed for use by handicapped, physically disabled and people with restraints. Weizter have a range of products designed specifically for the use of physically disabled people. Weizter designers are all fully trained in designing kitchens for any person with limited mobility or physical handicaps.

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