Kent & Terry’s Insulation and SeasonGuard Bay Window Project in Fridley, MN

Two of the largest contributors to a home’s energy efficiency are its attic insulation and windows.  When Kent and Terry visited our booth at a Twin Cites home show, one of their most pressing concerns was the rampant energy loss they suspected to be happening in the attic of his 1960’s era home. They also felt certain that the bay window in his living room was in need of replacement.  To troubleshoot both issues, one of our energy efficiency experts visited his home for a free estimate and confirmed the fact that both areas of the home would benefit from professional attention.  Here is how we were able to assist.

SeasonGuard Bay Window

Kent and Terry’s preexisting bay living window allowed an expanded view of their neighborhood and also invited copious amounts of natural light into their living room.  However, it had reached the end of its lifespan and was drafty and not as aesthetically pleasing as it had once been.  In order to address these concerns, we suggested the installation of a new SeasonGuard triple pane angle bay window.  Comprised of vinyl, a SeasonGuard bay window installation is low-maintenance and easily open and close.  Colonial grids in the double hung flankers added both interest and curb appeal. Kent and Terry opted for a white interior and exterior which provided a contemporary look.

seasonguard bay window

Attic Insulation and Air Sealing

The couple was particularly interested to learn about the diagnostic testing we offered to troubleshoot their attic issues. They were impressed to hear that our arsenal of tools includes smoke sticks, blower doors, and infrared imaging.  In the not so recent past, another insulation company had attempted to reinsulate the home’s Springbrook neighborhood attic and had failed miserably.  Their approach had been to simply add to the home’s current attic insulation, which had created significant condensation problems.  When there’s an overabundance of condensation in an attic, it’s only a matter of time before mold growth commences.  Our home energy expert determined that the best way to attack the energy deficiencies in the home’s attic was to remove all the existing insulation and start over.  Once this had been done, our craftsmen inspected the attic intake chutes to ensure they were ventilating properly.  From there, they sprayed 5” of urethane foam to the entire attic ceiling to create a vapor barrier.

spray foam insulation fridley

After both projects were completed, the couple’s project manager stopped out for a final inspection of the project and was pleased to report that our work had exceeded their expectations.  They are excited at the prospect of a more comfortable, energy efficient home.

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Reviews From Fridley, MN Homeowners:

"Professional and courteous installment."

Daniel B.
Fridley, MN
March 20, 2023

"They replaced the roof on our house. The roofers did a great job; they did a great job cleaning up from the roofing job.  They were even back the next day to make sure they didn’t miss anything.

Jim D.
Fridley, MN
December 30, 2021

"They did a good job and we are very happy with our new skylight. I have used Lindus construction for different projects and have always been satisfied with their work. They are punctual do the job in a efficient manner and clean up afterwards."

Robert M.
Fridley, MN
April 30, 2021

“Thanks to all involved for a job well done!”

Rich B.
Fridley, MN
April 1, 2020

"The work Lindus Construction did for us was completed on time and exactly as the contract specified.  We are delighted with new LeafGuard® Gutters and the new chimney.

Diane C.
Fridley, MN
December 7, 2018

"Much of the scheduling was handled though an automated system which worked great. They came, removed, installed all while I was at work. The gutter install looks good and they work."

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Fridley, MN
September 13, 2018
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