Elder Living News

C and G News: Aging in Place

We received some more great press this week from C & G Newspaper! Terry Oparka wrote an excellent article on aging in place and what to do if you or your loved one starts to have trouble with day-to-day living. Check out the excerpt below and click the link for the full article!
What can […]

By |February 20th, 2013|Categories: Elder Living News, Press|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Oakland Press: Remodelers say there’s no place like home as we age

We just received some nice press by the Oakland Press! Check out the article from the Oakland Press’ Money Section on February 10th, 2013.
Elder Living Construction, a two-year old Farmington Hills remodeling company, is giving a fresh approach to the concepts of aging in place and universal design.

ELC, founded by longtime builder-remodeler Roger Burghdoff […]

By |February 19th, 2013|Categories: Elder Living News, Press|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Elder Living Construction Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

We, at Elder Living Construction, are pleased to announce that we have officially opened our Universal Design Center! We want to send a thank you to everyone who came out to our Grand Opening Celebration and our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

The following video is from Patch.com’s coverage of our grand opening. Read the rest of […]

Elder Living Construction Grand Opening

We are excited to announce the Grand Opening of our Elder Living Construction and E.L. Kitchen and Bath Showroom! We invite you to join us from Noon until 5:00pm on Saturday, December 1st to celebrate with us. We will have live entertainment, door prizes, appetizers, cocktails, and fun for all.

Our new design center is […]

Metro Detroiters with Cerebral Palsy, MS Get Home Ramps Through Partnership

Article was originally written by Observer & Eccentric.

This summer and fall, Project Build! —a joint program of Jewish Family Service and Building Industry Association of Southeastern Michigan that provides home repairs for older adults, people with disabilities, and low-income individuals and families —is bringing together local businesses and nonprofit organizations in a Community Wheelchair […]