To renovate and adapt your home


Since 2012, Reno+Medic is committed to making the environment of people with a loss of autonomy and mobility more accessible, safer and more comfortable. More than 400 home adaptation projects have been completed to the satisfaction of the families who live there!


Our home adaptation services consist of transforming certain parts of your home to make them functional, safe and comfortable allowing you to continue enjoying the comfort of your own home.


For those who require the assistance of specialized equipment to mobilize, we offer technical services and preventative maintenance which include the installation, maintenance and repairs of their equipment.

A professional team at your service

Our expertise

The expertise in home adaptation for people with autonomy loss is recognized by all the official bodies involved in the sector:

  • Société d’habitation du Québec (SHQ)
  • Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST)
  • Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ)
  • Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
  • Health and Social Services Institutions (MSSS)

  • At first I was very reluctant to use the lift. After taming it, the lift changed my relationship with transfers. I now feel safe, for me and the people who are assisting me. I adopted my lift. Thanks to the whole team.
    Aude F.
  • I was very anxious about all the work that needed to be done in my house. It's hard for me to take care of it all. Thank you for everything! You and your team have been very effective. The job is well done, today I am much more comfortable in my home. I would not have left my house for anything in the world.
    Serge D.
  • Just a quick word to say thank you. Your team is efficient and maintains a clean work environment. My bathroom renovation was completed within the expected timeline. I even miss your group a little. It was fun to watch them work.
    Gertrude W.
  • When the person from the CLSC talked to me about adapting my house, filling out forms, finding a contractor, etc. I was scared. How could anyone at my age, and with limited mobility, could do all that? You have changed my life. And now, because of the ramp you built, I can go outside. My neighbor is even a little envious.
    Léonie N.
  • I cried so much because I could not easily move my little Gaspard. He was confined to his bed all day. He is now too tall and heavy for me to move him around by myself. Now, thanks to the ceiling lift, I can lift him up, put him in its chair and, above all, take him outside. A big thank-you!
    Nicole C.

Types of projects / Adaptation

Kitchen modification

A person in a wheelchair must have access to his kitchen, be able to prepare food on an accessible counter, have access to a sink, reach his utensils, etc. We must review the entire organization of the kitchen, ensure that it is fully functional and carry out the work. We have a professional team that can modify a kitchen thoroughly to include all the necessary changes to provide the wheelchair user with a useful, pleasant and safe living environment.

Bathroom modification

Your bathroom should not be overlooked when it comes to safety! It is strongly recommended to remove your bathtub to install a shower without threshold, to install support bars, to modify your toilet seat, etc. Our team is able to carry out this work and offer you a safe bathroom, based on your needs and your tastes.

Ceiling lift installation

The ceiling lift is a fixed installation. The motor is suspended from a rail fixed to the ceiling structure or held against it by posts. The path may be straight or partially curved. The hoist motor is inserted into the rail and, like a winch, wraps and unrolls the lifting strap. The hoist is securely attached to the strap by a hanger or cradle. The Reno+Medic team is particularly renowned for its expertise in the installation, maintenance and repair of rail-mounted lever.

Depuis 2012, Réno+Médic s’est engagé à rendre plus accessible, plus sécuritaire et plus confortable l’environnement des personnes en perte d’autonomie et de mobilité. Plus de 400 projets d’adaptation de domicile ont été réalisés à la satisfaction des personnes qui y vivent !