Mention accessibility and most contractors are apt to imagine grab bars, curbless showers, and wheelchair ramps. But while those items are important, they're not the whole story. There are a number of issues that can trip up even the best builders when doing accessible homes. "You can lose your shirt on any job, but it will happen faster here than anywhere else," says Mike Weiss, a Carmel, Ind.-based remodeler and trainer for NAHB's Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) certification program. Here are some points your contractor customers should keep in mind.