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Can I Prevent Termite Damage to My Siding?

Termites have voracious appetites and can cause a massive amount of damage to a house in a short period, especially if you have wood siding. Wood is particularly vulnerable to the ravages of termites. Birds and rodents can also destroy the siding on a house.

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5 Signs You Need New Siding

As you look up at your home from the road, you might notice your gutters need to be cleaned, and you have a few branches that need to be trimmed. When you look at your siding, you might think it's older, but it's not in bad condition; however, you might have problems going on with your siding that you aren't able to see. If you notice any of these signs, you might want to hire siding contractors for an installation.

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Getting New Siding to Brighten up your Home

After a long day at work, you look forward to going home and getting comfortable. When you are greeted by a house with stained, dirty, or cracked siding, you may feel more stressed and tired. At C&T Siding, we have been providing our customers with quality home improvement solutions since 1987, and we understand how important it is to feel proud of your home.

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Make Your Home Look Traditional with These Siding Options

If you love the look of traditional siding, you’re in luck. C&T Siding knows what works, and we’re dishing out a few options for tradition-loving homeowners who want to avoid the hassle of cedar shakes. If you want a rustic look, a smooth feel and years of use, check out one of the industry’s leading options.

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Five Questions to Ask Your Siding Contractor

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.

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4 Reasons Why Adding Siding to Your Home This Spring is a Good Choice

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:

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Changing the Look of Your Home With New Siding

You might be surprised at just how much a change in siding can help the aesthetic of your home. As long as you pick the right material, you can create a dynamic, inviting look that you will love to come home to. Let's take a look at some of the ways that you can completely change the look of your home with new siding.

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C&T Siding Options and Installation

A quality home exterior is essential in maintaining a strong and sturdy home. Building your home or replacing your current siding with durable and strong siding is a guarantee to keep your home happy throughout the years to come. At C&T Siding we offer siding installation and provide some of the best materials around. Our professional siding contractors ensure your home will be taken care of from start to finish when you are working with us. To get started, here are some of the different type of siding we work with at C&T Siding.

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Exceptional Siding from C&T Siding Contractors

Seamless steel siding can do a lot of great things for your residential property. If you have any interest in this type of siding, we can help you out. Seamless siding that's made using steel can be terrific for the exterior appearance of your home. That's because it isn't susceptible to fading. This siding differs from its vinyl counterparts in that respect. If you want to revel in siding that's bright and eye-catching, few materials can compete with steel. This siding can be terrific for people who appreciate plentiful and diverse color choices as well.

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Comparing Three Types of Siding for Residential Properties

At least 30% of all Americans install siding on the outside of their homes. Over the last 70 years, siding has proven to be the most durable, cost-effective, and attractive material in the industry. Although vinyl siding is a popular option, homeowners are now discovering siding made from tougher, more durable materials. Options such as seamless steel, fiber cement, wood siding offer a wide range of designs and colors that homeowners find just as attractive as vinyl siding. We compare three of our most popular siding materials below:

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