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Maintaining the Value of Your Home

Maintaining your home’s value is not only smart, but it’s also vital to your finances. Protecting your home’s value through regular inspections can prevent costly repairs in the future and keep your home at the top end of its value range for resale purposes.

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Choosing the Best Roof, Windows, and Siding for Your Home

If you want durability, metal roofing is one of the longest-lasting roofs for your money. Metal roofing systems are impervious to rot, insect damage or cracking. These roofs create a striking look when used to roof sunrooms, screen porches or gazebos.

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Selling your House This Year? Replace these 4 things

The economy continues to look up, and this means that potential home buyers are out in force. Though it could be termed a seller's market because there are often not enough homes to satisfy the demand, it's still crucial to put your home in its best light. By investing in some home improvement projects, you could sell your home quickly and for an attractive price. Below are a few ideas concerning which items you should think about replacing to make the biggest impact.

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Five Big Benefits of Stone Coated Steel Roofing

C&T Siding offers several roofing options for our Western Wisconsin and Minnesota homeowners. Among these is a stone coated metal roof installation. Our Gerard Stone coated steel tile roofing is made from a time-tested-and-true proprietary formula, one harnessed by technicians with over 30 years of experience.

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7 Best Metal Roofing Options

One of the essential things that you need to understand when it comes to selecting the right metal roofing material for your home is the cost and features of the various options available to you. In recent years, metal roofing has become popular since it offers an unbeatable combination of incredible features. Apart from being environmental friendly, metal roofs also provide greater energy savings. Here are the seven best metal roofing options for you.

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Should You Choose a Metal Roof for Your Home?

The roof of your home is one of its most important aspects. The type of roof you choose isn't a decision that is lightly or often easily made though. With the many choices available today, you might be tempted to simply chose shingles because they are what most people know. At C&T Siding, we want our customers to be aware of all the roofing options available. We'll go over some of the reasons why a metal roof might be a good idea for your home.

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The Best Stone Coated Metal Roofing Options Around

If you want to achieve the highest level of contemporary style, protect your home and benefit from long-lasting good looks, stone-coated metal roofing is your best bet. Here at C&T Siding, we know our metal roofing. Not everyone wants shake or slate roofs, and that’s okay. Sometimes, metal is just better.

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Protect Your Metal Roof with These Tips

Metal roofing is a great investment. As with all investments, however, it needs to be double-checked for longevity. Between your own skill, a little know-how and the help of C&T Siding, you can keep your metal roof in tip-top shape over many years. To mitigate any day-to-day damages, however, you should protect your metal roofing with these tips.

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6 Signs That You'll Need a New Roof This Spring

If you're like most homeowners, you don't really think about your home's roof. Once it springs a leak, though, you can't help but ramp up into crisis mode. Head off this kind of emergency by being aware of the following signs that you'll need a new roof sooner rather than later this spring.

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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Window Contractors

Window installation, removal, and replacement needn’t be a difficult process, but staying informed can make it easier. Window maintenance is a big decision, and it’s not something which should be handled lightly. A good window installation can serve your home for 10 to 20 years. Depending on your home’s location, you might not even need to replace them.

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