Visit-ability: Basic Access in Every New Home Built for the Open Market
Building Today’s Homes for Montana’s Future
Visit-ability means people with mobility limitations are not isolated by architecture. A visitable home is one designed for the open market, not specifically for people with disabilities, with three specific access features. The essential access features of a visitable home include:
- One zero step entrance on an accessible route–at the front, back, side, or through the garage.
- All main floor interior passage doors with 32 inches clear passage space.
- A half or full main floor bathroom with basic maneuvering space.