Improve Disability Access in Your Home in Sandwell, West Midlands

From wet rooms to bedroom extensions, disability access modifications are invaluable for domestic clients living with limited mobility. Planning for disability adaptations in your home in Sandwell is easy with the help of our architectural advisors, who have more than 36 years’ experience in the industry. Depend on TDF Design Ltd for project planning in the West Midlands.

Our Promise to You

When you enlist our services, we make it our business to secure planning permission for your disability access project. Our experienced architectural advisors liaise with local authorities in order to apply for any available grant funding and adhere to planning and building regulations, but we also pay close attention to our clients’ needs.

After an initial consultation, we provide an individual free quote for our work, which includes our valuable project management and technical advice. By taking such a key role from the beginning, we understand what you need and deliver a full scheme, from initial drawing plans to full planning approval, based on your unique requirements.

The disabled adaptations will be completely bespoke to you, and we will ensure they blend in seamlessly with the house building plans. Not only will they be practical and easy to use, but they will also look stylish and fit in with the rest of your home. With a keen eye for detail, our architects can provide building plan services tailored to the customers wants and needs. From minor installations to new house designs, we have you covered.

Contact us on 0121 602 6581 to enquire about planning a wet room or other disability access modifications at home in Sandwell, West Midlands.

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202 Spies Lane,


West Midlands,

B62 9SW

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