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LeafGuard Gutters and Roofing of Madison

LeafGuard of Madison is a branch of the Lindus Construction family whose 35 years’ experience in the home improvement industry spans over 7 states. Our location opened in 2011 and is managed by Andrew Larson, whose drive and passion has already made LeafGuard a household name in our market. We are located off Hwy 51 on Madison’s north side just past the Dane County Regional Airport. LeafGuard Brand by Englert is the only patented, one-piece, seamless gutter system, that is guaranteed not to clog. Don’t be fooled by imitators, the hood is not an add-on, but an integral part of the gutter itself. We also offer GAF’s quality roofing products that have been designed to work together for superior, long-term protection, and have been proven on millions of homes nationwide.

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  • Angie's List - 2013 Super Service Award
  • Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
  • EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm
  • GAF & Master Elite & Weather Stopping Roofing Contractor
  • GAF Certified Weather Stopper Roofing Contractor

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We would like to have a window at Steps to get more lighting in our one year old house. How much does it cost?
Remember also that the window will need to be tempered glass, if you try to DIY this project. While you should consult with a local remodeler (find a chapter of NARI near you, or a Builders Associatio ... read more
I'm thinking about remodeling my kitchen, but have been cautioned to build in a substantial "cushion" for change orders. What is a change order exactly?
Jan 16, 2015
Glen offered a very accurate and thorough answer to the question. The only thing I would add to it is the importance of receiving a detailed construction contract from your contractor. This should lis ... read more

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