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A Guide To Shopping For Range Hoods

Only one in four people in the country reside in a state whose building code requires kitchen exhaust.  This statistic becomes even more shocking when it’s understood that pollutants emitted through ovens, microwaves, and stoves can include carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, and nitrogen dioxide.  Long-term exposure to these contaminants can result in asthma and allergies.  This…
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Exciting Bathroom Innovations By Kohler

At Lindus Construction, we take pride in aligning ourselves with other Midwestern companies that can assist us in delivering an outrageous customer experience.  One company that continues to provide innovative products with exceptionally high satisfaction rates is located right here in Wisconsin with a population of just over 2,000.  Founded in 1873, Kohler, continues to…
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Trend Alert…Rustic Design

If you’ve been a guest at a Millennial wedding over the past couple of years, you’ve likely found yourself deep in a sea of burlap, aged barn boards, and antique lanterns.  That’s why it should come as little surprise that as couples start purchasing homes, many members of this generation are embracing the familiar and…
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Skylights Vs Sun Tunnels

Many homes have areas that feel dark and unwelcoming because they lack natural light.  This situation can be easily remedied with the inclusion of skylights and sun tunnels.  These devices are installed on a home’s roof and allow sunlight to filter into areas that would not receive it.  It’s important to understand the qualities of…
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Four Trees You’ll Regret Planting In Your Yard

An enduring American fable is that on George Washington’s sixth birthday he was gifted with a hatchet.  As the story goes, young George took it upon himself to try out his new gift on his father’s cherry tree.  While the cherry tree in the story didn’t deserve that fate, there are several species of trees…
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