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Extended Home Living Services (EHLS) & To The Top Home Elevators

Extended Home Living Services (EHLS)

Since 1991, Extended Home Living Services (EHLS), a Lifeway Mobility Company, has helped thousands of people successfully remain in their home by creating accessible, barrier-free environments. EHLS has also made innumerable churches and public buildings more accessible. Today, EHLS is the number one source for lifts and accessibility modifications in the Chicago area – serving Northeastern Illinois, Southern Wisconsin, and Northwestern Indiana. We have grown into a national leader in the industry with a full-time staff of 23 professionals, who along with construction trades-people do hundreds of accessibility projects each year. EHLS is a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, licensed general contractor, and a licensed elevator contractor.

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Jun 10, 2019
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