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Licensed Dwelling Contractor Solves Your Mobility Need

Sometimes a project requires special expertise to get the job done. And when you want to create a safe home environment for yourself or loved ones, knowledgeable help can give you peace of mind. Mobility Plus of Greater Milwaukee can deliver that trusted advice because owner Steve Ziembiec is both a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and a licensed Dwelling Contractor.

To become a Dwelling Contractor in Wisconsin, a contractor must meet specific qualifications and undergo continuing education. This certification is required for anyone who needs to pull building permits for one- and two-family homes, and it ensures the knowledge to follow projects according to protocol.

What does this mean for someone who wants their home outfitted to help with mobility challenges? It means that Steve is equipped to find the best solutions to fit your dwelling and your needs, which sometimes requires alterations or small construction projects. In those cases, it’s also critical to adhere to local building codes, which Steve’s certification ensures.

Steve said he decided to get his certification after spending a year working on mobility solutions for his customers at Mobility Plus of Greater Milwaukee. He came to realize the certification was essential if he wanted to find the most efficient, aesthetically pleasing, and effective solutions for his customers, like modifying a bathroom or installing a stair lift. Unlike some businesses that may only sell products, Mobility Plus of Greater Milwaukee can be hands-on with modifications and solutions.

The Dwelling Contractor and Aging-in-Place certifications set Mobility Plus of Greater Milwaukee apart as “not just a mobility store,” said Steve. “It’s what puts the ‘Plus’ in ‘Mobility Plus.”

Because the Dwelling Contractor certification requires continuing education, Steve will keep up to date on the latest guidelines and regulations. “I want customers to have confidence in me and my team,” said Steve. “The Dwelling Contractor certification is one way for customers to know that we understand how homes work, and that we can make mobility additions fit into their homes as seamlessly as possible.”

Mobility Plus of Greater Milwaukee is a member of the Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), which encourages ethical conduct, sound business practices, and professionalism in remodeling. NARI members can network with other contractors and participate in educational activities.

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