Whole Home article in Enquirer this Sunday
Posted on March 23, 2012 by
PWC and Whole Home will be featured in this Sunday’s business section of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Reporter Val Prevish recently interviewed PWC’s President Jock Pitts and Jere McIntyre, Director of Modifications and Whole Home, to find out what’s in store for the first year of Whole Home.
Whole Home is PWC’s newly launched social enterprise providing quality home modification services for people above PWC’s current income limitations. Money earned through Whole Home will benefit PWC’s Modifications for Mobility program, which has a waiting list of 130 clients.
Whole Home features these modification services:
Ø Ramp sales and installations of EZ Access Aluminum portable and modular ramps. The construction of wood ramps is also available where it is the preferred option.
Ø Short term aluminum ramp rentals following surgery, hospice at home, etc.
Ø Fall prevention sales and installation such as grab bars to assist the customer and complement the décor of the home.
Ø Bathroom and kitchen modifications to create a safe and accessible environment to accommodate changing lifestyles and circumstances.
Ø Other home modifications include: Automatic door openers, grip safe flooring, lighting improvements, handrails, chair lifts and stair lifts.
To request a consultation or assessment of Whole Home’s services, please call (513) 482-5100 or visit wholehome.org for additional information.
UPDATED: Read the Sunday news article available now at www.cincinnati.com.