Interior Pathways Assessment If you are human, leave this field blank. Indicate any areas of the home that require a step for access: * Living/family room Dining/breakfast area Outdoor space (deck/porch/sunroom) Other None Note: this applies once inside the entrance of the home. Is this home currently furnished? * Yes No How would you describe the floor space & layout? * Easy access around/between all furniture Access to some areas limited due to arrangement Access difficult due to arrangement and/or clutter What's the smallest width of any hallway or pathway? * Less than 36 inches At least 36 inches Note: if the home has an open floor plan, think of this as the space required to move from one area to another. What's the smallest doorway width throughout hallways and indoor/outdoor living areas? * Less than 28 inches At least 28 inches but less than 32 inches At least 32 inches Note: this applies to any interior doorway through which people move from space to space. Measure the inside width of the door frame, not the door itself. Bedrooms, closets, bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry areas are addressed in another section. How tall are thresholds throughout hallways and indoor/outdoor living areas? * Flush (interior) and no more than 0.5 inches (exterior) No more than 0.75 inches (either interior or exterior) More than 0.75 inches (either interior or exterior) Note: this applies to any interior door through which people move from space to space. What door hardware is used throughout hallways and indoor/outdoor living areas? * Lever Handles Knobs Swing Away (Offset) Hinges Other What lighting features exist? * Switches at both ends of all hallways or pathways Switches activate some power outlets Overhead lighting Sensor-triggered or timer-activated lighting Skylights, sun tunnels, and/or high windows above eye level Other What flooring is used? * Hardwood Laminate Tile Cork Bamboo Vinyl Concrete Carpet (high pile) Carpet (low pile) Area/Throw Rugs Color contrast exists between spaces/rooms to define transitions Texture contrast exists between spaces/rooms to define transitions Note: indicate flooring type used anywhere throughout the home, but exclude kitchen and bathrooms. Those are addressed elsewhere. Your email address (optional) If you enter your address here, a link to the results will be sent to your inbox.