Homes for Life

NAHB Remodelers’ Homes for Life awards recognize CAPS designees for excellence in aging-in-place design and accessible home modifications in remodeled homes. Winning projects offer creative design solutions that help aging or disabled residents remain in their home.

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The Homes for Life Awards recognize Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designees for excellence in aging-in-place design and/or accessible modifications in a remodeled home.
10/23/2014
Awards Program
Photos of Homes for Life awards to recognize CAPS designees work.
8/18/2014
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NAHB Remodelers, the remodeling arm of the National Association of Home Builders, announced both winners of its annual Homes for Life awards, recognizing excellent remodeling work for aging-in-place and universal design. The awards were presented on Oct. 17 at the NAHB Remodelers’ annual gala …
10/21/2013
Press Release
This section contains descriptions and photos of the Homes for Life award- winning CAPS/universal design remodeling projects.
5/28/2013
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NAHB Remodelers announced two winners of the 2010 Homes for Life Awards, recognizing excellent remodeling work for aging-in-place and universal design.
10/5/2010
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NAHB Remodelers announced three winners of its third annual Homes for Life Award, recognizing exceptional remodeling work for aging in place and universal design. Sponsored by Best Bath Systems, the awards were presented at the NAHB Remodelers gala during the Remodeling Show in 2009.
11/16/2009
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For the 2008 Homes for Life awards, two new categories, single space and major space, were created. The single space category accepted entries that consisted of remodeled individual rooms, such as a kitchen, sunroom, bathroom, etc. The major space category entrants represented a whole house or …
10/15/2008
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