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Building Supplies: Windows/Siding/Cabinets Concrete Specialists Fireplaces Fireplaces/Outdoor Living Home and Garden Resource Guide Furniture Repair and Restoration Glass and Mirror HVAC U Air Duct Cleaning Heating & Air Conditioning Home Remodeling and Improvement Kitchen & Bath Remodeling Kitchen Remodeling Lawn Lighting and Lamps Lighting Paint and Decorating Windows


Lakeland Building Supply

1600 Delany Road, Gurnee

(847) 336-2664

lakelandbuildingsupply.com

Lakeland Building Supply has proudly been the leader in wholesale contractor supplies and wholesale builder supplies to Metro Chicago, Northern Illinois, and Southeastern Wisconsin for over 30 years. We provide direct pricing and quality products from wholesale kitchen cabinets, wholesale windows and wholesale doors to wholesale siding, skylights, brink veneer, decking supplies and more. Contact us for your next building project and receive your free contractor's estimate.

American Mudjacking Co.

301 Industrial Lane, Wheeling

(847) 459-0517

Sunken concrete on patios, driveways, stoops, garage floors and factory floors can be dangerous. If an accident were to occur, the result could be injury and costly litigation. Rain water is drawn through sunken concrete toward the foundation and can enter the basement causing additional problems with hollow beneath the slabs and potential flood damage. Avoid costly problems by calling American Mudjacking Company for economical repair of uneven concrete. We use a process known as slabjacking, which involves the use of special equipment. This device pumps a cement mixture into the voids, filling in the hollow and creating a solid mass. Slabjacking is the most economical means of accomplishing concrete repair without complete replacement of the slab. It is a proven performer, more convenient and less destructive than replacement. Call the experts at American Mudjacking for a free estimate at (847) 459-0517 or in the city at (773) 745-0606.

Hearth & Home, Inc

530 W. Northwest Highway,

Mount Prospect

(847) 259-7550

HearthAndHomeUSA.com

Hearth & Home is a family owned and operated fireplace, barbecue and patio furniture store that has been located in Mount Prospect for almost 40 years. The O'Donnell Family takes great pride in their beautiful showroom that has over 40 live burning fireplace vignettes that can help you envision what the fireplace of your dreams might look like in your own home. We can provide installation and service from our own staff or we can work with your contractor or builder. We also have gas logs, glass doors and screens, as well as fireplace accessories. Stop in and visit us -- we will be happy to answer any questions!

Northwest Metalcraft

413 S. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights

(847) 253-1905

nwmetalcraft.com

Northwest Metalcraft, one of Arlington Heights' oldest family-owned and operated businesses, began selling patio furniture over 64 years ago. Over the years, thousand of outdoor items, patio furniture, grills, mailboxes, umbrellas and accessories have been added to Northwest Metalcraft's 22,000-square-foot store.

With the changing season upon us, Northwest Metalcraft offers a vast selection of gas and wood-burning model fireplaces. You can choose an insert for an existing fireplace you've updated, or a direct-vent unit for those tights areas. They also carry electric fireplaces in many styles as well as a great selection of mantles and surrounds in oak, cherry, maple, pine and pre-cast. Expert installation available. Open seven days a week, including 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Ageless Furniture Restoration

956 S. Arthur Ave.,

Arlington Heights

(847) 368-8300

AgelessFurniture.com

Ageless Furniture Restoration has been repairing and restoring furniture in the Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect area for eight years. They specialize in bringing Grandma's furniture back to life, as an impressive and useful addition to the home dcor. Instead of hiding and storing those memorable pieces, Ageless can turn your furniture into a showpiece that will be proudly displayed. The Ageless team will repair loose and broken chairs as well as turn those garage sale finds into design additions that will impress all. …

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