Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why You Need to Consider Replacing Your Windows

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Installing SeasonGuard windows is one of the best investments a homeowner can make today. New, energy-efficient, windows will add value to your home especially at resale time. And more importantly, we will provide you with professional custom-fit windows that accent your home.

Tell-tale signs it’s time to replace your windows

  • You hear your windows rattling when it is windy outside
  • You notice your windows develop an icy or frosty glaze inside the window pane
  • You feel your home becomes drafty with cold air in the winter months and warm air in the summer months
  • You see excessive condensation on your windows or they become fogged
  • You have to prop your windows open because they will not stay open on their own

Lindus Construction, a local family-owned business for 30 + years, is offering a sensational promotion through the end of February where you can take off $200 per window when you choose SeasonGuard windows to be installed in your home. SeasonGuard windows are manufactured right here in the Midwest exclusively for Lindus Construction. You can be confident you are buying a quality product because SeasonGuard windows are the only windows to receive the Energy Star Award three years in a row.  New windows can dramatically affect the look and beauty of your home and also offer you increased safety to protect the ones who mean the most to you in your life.

Installing SeasonGuard replacement windows in your home today will offer you:

  • Maintenance free, custom-fit windows
  • Reduced heating and cooling costs
  • Federal tax credit for energy-efficient improvements
  • Lifetime warranties on all moving parts, workmanship, glass breakage, seal failure and finish

Make sure to take advantage of our value-added promotion that goes until the end of February by calling 1-800-873-1451 or checking us out on the web at to schedule a free in-home estimate today. Tune into AM 830 WCCO on Saturdays from 9:00-10:00am hosted by Denny Long and Andy Lindus to ask questions regarding your home improvement projects.

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How to Prevent Home Improvement Accidents

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“Most home safety is common sense, but there are a few obvious factors not to overlook”

Did you know that 13 million serious injuries and 55,000 accidental deaths occur every year due to home improvement accidents? When it comes to a home improvement project it is important to evaluate all steps in the process and avoid hazards you may encounter along the way. Below we have identified some of the most common hazards to take into consideration when starting your next home improvement project.


  • A fall from as little as 3 feet can result in serious injury or even death. Unintentional falls are the leading cause of injury in the home. If you must go on the roof you should exercise the following precautionary measures:
  • Use a ladder to access the roof
  • Proper shoes should always be worn and avoid the roof if wet, snowy or dew covered
  • Stay far away from the edge of the roof and maintain a low center of gravity
  • Be mindful of electrical hazards and stay away from live power lines


  • During the last decade, electrical injury has been responsible for an average of 320 deaths and over 4,000 injuries.
  • Understand your electrical service panel and the function of each component
  • Before nailing or drilling be sure to know where electrical wires are in your home and seek professional assistance
  • Kill electricity to any part of the home before starting your job. Unplug or turn off any devices in that specific area
  • Always assume an electrical circuit is live until you turn off the power

Hand and Power Tools

  • About 125,000 serious injuries due to power tools occur annually and 90% of the injuries are lacerations.
  • Make sure to always choose the correct tool for the job
  • Keep work areas around power tools organized
  • Keep metal tools from making contact with an electrical current
  • Wear proper eye and hearing protection to avoid injuries
  • Do not modify hand tools to use for any intention other than their intended use

To ask questions regarding your home improvement projects tune into WCCO AM 830 on Saturdays from 9:00-10:00am hosted by Denny Long and Andy Lindus. If you would like help with any of your home improvement needs then leave it up to the professionals and visit or call 1-800-873-1451.