GENEVA – Hogan Design & Construction, at 21 N. Sixth St., Geneva, is designated as a Specially Adapted Housing Remodeler and Home Builder, which serves disabled veterans in Northern Illinois, the company announced in a news release.
Veterans Affairs offers grants for eligible disabled veterans who require financial assistance to make an existing home accessible or to buy or build a new one that suits their physical needs, the release stated.
By giving disabled vets a way to live more independently in their homes, the grants help improve their quality of life and restore normalcy to their daily routine.
As a Specially Adapted Housing builder with 20 years of industry experience, Hogan Design & Construction can help disabled veterans have a barrier-free home that allows them to be as mobile, unimpeded, and independent as possible, the release stated.
“Our entire team stands ready to improve the quality of life for veterans and their families, making daily sacrifices for our freedom,” Hogan Design owner Brian Hogan stated in the release.
Most veterans use their grant money to renovate an existing home, as opposed to using it to offset the higher cost of building from scratch.
The company specializes in new construction and existing home renovations for veterans in providing Specially Adapted Housing, Adaptive Living and as an Americans with Disabilities Act Aging-in-Place Specialist, the release stated.
More information is available online at www.hdcbuild.com or by calling 630-991 8700.