Posted on 2/28/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
You’ve probably heard: Fiber cement siding is quickly becoming a leading option among homeowners. Aside from its economic advantages, fiber cement siding is surprisingly weather resistant. If you’re looking for a new way to insulate your home, defend against rain and block out the cold, consider fiber cement’s awesome benefits.
Posted on 2/26/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
If you’re considering a siding replacement, EMCO steel is a fantastic option. EMCO steel siding is one of the toughest, most adaptable siding choices available, providing a slew of benefits for homeowners.
Posted on 2/23/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Screen porches are fragile. Between bad weather, porch traffic and general wear-and-tear, your porch screen will eventually take some damage. Because your porch screen provides cover from the elements and bugs, it’s important to fix it as soon as possible. In some cases, however, the screen may need to be replaced.
Posted on 2/19/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Your home’s exterior doors might last a long time, but they’ll eventually need to be replaced. Fear not, however, because getting new exterior doors is exciting! Here at C&T Siding, we love outfitting modern homes with up-to-date, innovative exterior doors. A wide selection of exterior doors is available, and each door can spruce up your home’s classiness, enhance its energy efficiency and be an all-around win, cost-wise. If you’re in need of a new door, look no further: Our exterior doors are right up your alley. Here’s why.
Posted on 2/16/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
If you’re revitalizing your home with new siding, there are a few things you should know. Particularly, we feel homeowners deserve the “up and up” about what’s about to go down, contractor-wise. The siding installation, removal and repair process is a long one. If you’ve hired a contractor to work on your home’s siding, don’t forget to ask these five questions.
Posted on 2/12/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Whether you’re replacing an old entryway door or simply have a new home, you should install an addition based on cost efficiency. Exterior doors are the gateways to your home. They’re also locations of energy loss. Fortunately, you can secure your home’s energy efficiency by choosing the right windows and doors. Where your front door is considered, we feel these tips can help you stay as energy efficient as possible.
Posted on 2/9/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
You’ve probably heard it before: Fiberglass windows are well-regarded for their energy efficiency. When it comes to selecting the best options your window contractors can offer, it’s a good idea to keep your bank account in mind. Aside from vinyl windows, fiberglass windows offer some of the most cost-saving benefits around.
Posted on 2/5/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
The harsh western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota winters can be brutal on so many things. From your body and landscaping to your home and car, investing in the right tools can make all the difference in their longevity and ability to weather the winter season. If the outside of your house is looking worse for the wear after so many rough winters, consider having siding installed this spring. Here's why C&T Siding suggests that you do so:
Posted on 2/2/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
If improvements to your home are on your to-do list this spring, don't forget to add in the installation of brand new windows. C&T Siding is a locally owned business that's been serving the western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota area for more than 30 years. During that time, we've installed many windows -- always to the delight of our customers! Here are the top reasons they tell us that they are so happy with replacing their windows:
Posted on 1/29/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
When it comes to your home, maintaining your property matters. Fiber cement siding is one of the most popular residential installations currently available, and it can redefine your home’s look while requiring little to no maintenance. Fiber cement siding is low-cost, long-lasting and looks great. If you’re sprucing up your home, consider adopting fiber cement—and for these reasons.