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C&T Siding: Your Emco Steel siding contractors

Emco steel siding provides a wealth of benefits for homeowners, and C&T Siding is your trusted installation partner!

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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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The Fiber Cement Weather Benefit

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.

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The Amazing Benefits of EMCO Steel 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.

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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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Why Your Home Needs Fiber Cement 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.

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When Should Fiber Cement Siding Be Used?

Many homeowners favor fiber cement siding due to its incredible durability. If you’re tired of maintaining aging wood siding, love the look of grain or have other structural needs, you can still get the best of both worlds. Fiber cement siding requires little maintenance, and it can be the switch you need in a pinch. Fiber cement siding isn’t perfect for every home, but it’s certainly worth the investment in the following scenarios.

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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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How to Repair Vinyl Siding Holes

Although you should ideally let a professional siding contractor such as C&T Siding repair any holes in your vinyl siding, you should be aware of the basic procedures that will take place. The following is what you need to know about repairing vinyl siding holes:

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