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

Lifeway Mobility Chicago, formerly EHLS

Since 1991, Lifeway Mobility Chicago, formerly EHLS has helped thousands of people successfully remain in their homes by creating accessible, barrier-free environments. We have also made innumerable churches and public buildings more accessible. Today, Lifeway 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. Lifeway Mobility is a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, licensed general contractor, and a licensed elevator contractor.

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Is a contractor responsible for returning things to their rightful state even if its out of the scope of their contract?

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2015
What wiring did they exactly "mess up"? Was it the circuit to power the equipment or the low voltage lines? Either way, they should have used care to keep things where they belonged. If it was going t ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?
Jun 2, 2014
not sure about the product used in your home. we usually pack the joint with oakum. then we use hydrolic cement (water plug). followed by tar on the outside. hope this helps. email with any questions. ... read more

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