JTEK Solutions Group is a locally owned, family operated company dedicated to improving quality of life for our clients. We specialize in Aging-In-Place remodeling and home modifications for those with specific accessibility needs. Our goal is to help eliminate the environmental barriers of daily living. Our client-focused approach to problem solving and leading industry experience make us the best choice for your home modification services. Our management team has over 22 years of combined experience in the home accessibility and modification industry.
Who we are.
What we do.
We create solutions. This company’s sole focus is on home renovations for safety and accessibility. Having such a specific focus lets us constantly improve our craft. We take pride in staying on the cutting edge for industry best practices, designs, and the evolution of products and technology. We strive to have multiple solutions for every challenge. Whether that means offering five brands of stairlift or employing top notch craftsmen that can custom fabricate, we will find a way to satisfy your needs, your budget, and your individual style. We offer services you won’t find from the status quo home modification and medical supply companies… like Interior Design for Mobility and new construction plans for barrier-free homes.
Why we’re leading the pack.
Again, our specific focus allows us to concentrate all efforts into being the best of the best in home accessibility. We take the time to understand you injury, diagnosis, and long term needs when creating our solutions. Our company is an active member of Home Access Professionals (HAP) and Accessible Home Improvement of America (AHIA). We participate in industry conferences and speaking engagements at the local and national level. We also work closely with our vendors to provide end user feedback and design improvement ideas for the products we are offering. Our continuing education efforts keep us immersed in the latest trends and best practices in Aging-In-Place and Universal Design, as well as ADA guidelines.
What drives us.
This is the first career any of us have had that truly lets us make a difference in people’s lives at the micro level. It is selfishly rewarding to be able to improve quality of life and make a positive impact on the lives of others. We get to work with seniors, kids, injured workers, and wounded veterans. We are humbled and inspired every day by the strength and resolve of the people we get to work for.