With all of the hail storms that have occurred this summer, we’re talking to lots of homeowners seeking advice on how to restore their homes. We can’t begin to count the number of times we’ve been told by past customers that they’ve been hounded by storm chasing contractors. Some were so wary of the continuous doorbell ringing that they even put up signs on their door stating they’d already selected a contractor. Time after time, we’ve stressed the importance of getting references from contractors and also checking out online reviews. To date, Lindus Construction has received over 500 reviews. Here are some consistent themes throughout them.
“Family Owned & Operated”– Currently, there are nine employees with the last name “Lindus”. Beyond that, a majority of employees grew up in the immediate area and have had a long tenure with the company. In fact, our first employee still works here full-time and manages our LeafGuard® department.
“Knowledgeable”-Our sales team has training twice per week. This affords them the ability to learn about the latest innovations from the manufacturers we have aligned ourselves with. This training also provides them the ability to advise homeowners on products, colors, and insurance claims. Because our installers work for a specific department, they’re able to field questions from homeowners with ease.
“Efficient”– Each of our installers at Lindus Construction is affiliated with a specific department. That means the person installing your windows exclusively performs this task for our company. This allows them to become experts in their craft, working swiftly to achieve the best possible outcome on each project.
“Comprehensive Clean-Up”– Whether it’s roofing, siding, or decking, when you retain the services of a contractor, it’s with the expectation that your home looks better after the job is completed. That’s why we take great care to tarp a home’s landscaping prior to starting roofing projects. Our window installers vacuum after completing the installation and our LeafGuard® department scours their work area with a magnet for leftover screws and nails.
“Professional”– It can be intimidating to invite a person you’ve never met into your home to review the possibility of a home improvement project. Our team understands this and works tirelessly to make sure that you’re comfortable with financing options, the scope of work, and time frame prior to commencing work.