Providing solutions to mobility challenges

By removing obstacles to your safety, we enhance your independence at home and provide disability access.


About Accessibuilt

Western North Carolina's Answer to Disability Access in the Home

We have broad experience in residential and commercial building. We decided to focus on home accessibility for our growing aging population and people with special needs after we received many requests for home modifications that would allow disability access and independent living at home.

Our values are simple but steadfast:

  • We're skilled in the art of listening, so we take time to talk with clients to learn exactly what they want regarding special needs and safety at home. That means all of our remodeling is customized for maximum home accessibility and independence at home.
  • We want our projects to be collaborative, so we make sure our clients understand the home modifications we make and give us input as we go along.
  • We're committed to accountability. Our goal is to do it right the first time, so we're careful to use exceptional craftsmanship in our work.
  • It's the best kind of business arrangement: our clients learn from us, and we learn from them.

Our team

Dan Sanner, Accessibuilt President

Dan is on-site and hands-on to supervise every project. He has more than 20 years of experience as a licensed building contractor. Dan has worked extensively with the aging population, stroke survivors, adult children caring for aging parents, special-needs kids and other people with special needs. He is familiar with requirements of the federal ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). In his leisure time, he enjoys traveling with his son, bowling, motorcycling, camping and music. He remodels his own home when he has time.


Jason Michaels, Team Leader

Working with Accessibuilt, Jason says, "Grants a sense of purpose and a means to express my passion for building ". Having a varied professional background, Jason brings an open and understanding perspective to the work we do as a company. Serving a population with unique needs, Jason takes it upon himself to get to know our clients and their particular needs. He is eager to work with each individual; to make certain that the work we do is truly going to affect their lives in a positive way. Jason has and eye for detail, and is adamant about each of our projects not only being functional, but also aesthetic.

Outside of his work at Accessibuilt, Jason likes to hang out with his son, fix good food, philosophize, attempt to garden, work on some woodworking project, or search of the next adventure. He and his son love to play in the outdoors. Whether hiking, climbing, cycling, running, paddle boarding, hang gliding, surfing, snowboarding, or whatever they dream up next, Jason loves to experience life, have fun and share his passion with others.

We also work with many subcontractors who are licensed plumbers, electricians, and other professionals, who help us provide exceptional service.

"An accessible bathroom modification is a daunting project but Dan's expertise and high attention to detail as well as his team of artisans put us at ease throughout the project.  The end result is a beautifully integrated bath that can be used by all ages and abilities."
Diane Oskins
Arden, NC

Our History

We incorporated Accessibuilt, based in Waynesville, N.C., in 2001. Since then, we've served clients around Western North Carolina by providing wheelchair accessibility at home and meeting other needs. We offer free consultations at your home and free estimates, and we're licensed and insured.

Our Mission

We make a difference in the lives of children, adults, and seniors by making living spaces usable and fully accessible. We do this by being on the leading edge of training and education, doing what we say when we say we will do it, and keeping your home clean and safe with as little disruption to your daily life as possible. Our employees are highly respected and respectful, expressing themselves in their work while providing for their families and giving to the community.