Mother In Law Suite Design Form



The In-Law Suite Concept Design Form

When it comes to caring for a loved one, we understand that every family has specific and unique needs.

Without experienced guidance it can be overwhelming and confusing to be faced with the task of designing an addition or remodeling project especially when it involves the specific needs of someone you love.

The ILS Concept Design Form is designed to help you ease your way into the process of finding the best in home solution for your loved one. By collecting your basic needs and wants in this organized format we’ll create the foundation of your In-Law Suite design saving you time and money. After all a strong foundation is the key to success in any project.

Its Fast, Easy, and Free!

We’ll walk you step by step through the preliminary design of your in-law suite and also start gathering information for you. We even have lots of helpful tips to help you get the most for your money and for your family.

Lets Get Started!


CONCEPT DESIGN FORM

PROJECT TYPE

First lets choose what overall type of project you are interested in designing.

PROJECT TYPE

 Garage Suite Remodel

 Basement Suite

 Suite Addition

 Other

ELDERCARE NEEDS

Next we’ll talk about the unique needs of your loved one and determine what design options are best suited to meet their needs and those of your family.

Safety MonitoringTips

 Video Monitoring

 Medical Alarm

 Personal Help Buttons

Wheel Chair Accessibility Tips

 5' Turning Radius in bathroom

 Roll in shower

 3' Door openings

 Accessible Switch height

 Illuminated Light switches

 Accessible vanity

 Accessible kitchen sink

In-Home CareTips

 Lockable door to existing house

 Rehab/Exercise room

 Exterior exit

Special Health Needs Tips

 Oxygen

 Lifting Capability

 Chair Lift

 Elevator

 Other..

Safety Accessories Tips

 Ramps

 Grab Bar

 Rails

FLOOR PLAN

Next we’ll take a look at what you will need regarding the basic floor plan such as #rooms, Bathrooms, and much more….

Bedrooms Tips



 Walk-in Closet

 Baseboard Heaters

 Dimmer Switchs

Bathrooms Tips



 Shower

 Roll-in Shower

 Bathtub

 Shower/Tub

Kitchen Tips

 Full Cooking Capability

 Dishwasher

 Breakfast area

Other RoomsTips

 Laundry

 Living Room

 Sitting Room

 Sun Room

 other…

Every situation is unique and so there’s a good chance you might have questions or special needs that where not addressed in the Concept Design Form, if that’s the case let us know. That’s what we’re here, to listen to you and help you in any way we can!

Comments, Questions, or Other

Now we put it all together in a clear, simple, and easy to read form which we’ll send to your inbox. This will be the time and money saving foundation for the next phases of design and construction of your in-law suite.

And last but not least, a little information from you, and your done!

Your Name

Your Email (required)

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Pressing submit will send you your results and subscribe you to our free newsletter! (you can unsubscribe anytime)

You will receive an e-mail containing your compiled CDF results shortly . For questions, comments, or further assistance please contact us -here

*  To find out if building an in-law suite is permitted in your area, check with the Zoning Office of your local municipality.

**The Concept Design Form (CDF) is intended solely for preliminary planning purposes. Only a licensed architect and/or engineer is able to legally interpret the building codes in your area.

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