Need a Mezuzah?

  • Need A Mezuzah?

  • Chabad offers Mezuzah placement free of charge.

    Please confirm you have a Kosher certified Mezuzah scroll and then call us at 773-495-7127 to schedule your free visit by Rabbi Dovid Kotlarsky to help place your Mezuzah in the correct way.

    If you need to buy a mezuzah we are happy to offer you a 100% Kosher Mezuzah for the same price we paid.
    Please note: The Mezuzah is the scroll, the parchment that is handwritten by a certified scribe in Israel, not the case, even if it is fancy. 

    We recommend NOT buying a Mezuzah on Amazon or any place online. We have seen way too many non kosher Mezuzos in homes in the area that was bought without knowing the scribe... 

    Standard Mezuzah, cheapest price: 10ct Basic Mezuzah scroll (includes case): $75

    Just like there are many options for food, cars, etc. etc. the same is true in regards to a Mezuzah. The more someone can spend on their mezuzah, the nicer and more professional the handwriting the mezuzah will be.

    The standard Mezuzah is a Kosher and beautiful one, however if you would like to choose a higher quality we are happy to help get you one (the prices begin at $75 and can go upwards to $200 or even more).

    Below are some other options:
    10ct nicer mezuzah (includes case) $100
    12ct Beautiful Mezuzah Scroll (includes case) $135
    7ct Mezuzah scroll (includes case) $90
    6ct Mezuzah scroll (includes case) $120
    5ct Mezuzah scroll (includes case) $150

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