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Vinyl Siding

How Winter Weather Affects Your Vinyl Siding

Western Wisconsin is no stranger to freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall, but the season can take a toll on your home in many ways. As winter kicks into high gear, it’s worth noting how your home’s vinyl siding will handle whatever the season throws at it. Once you have an understanding of how it performs under extreme winter weather, you can take steps to prevent problems that could affect your home’s looks and energy efficiency.

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Why Vinyl Siding Goes Perfectly with Stonework

If you're like most homeowners, you've probably considered a stonework installation as an accent on your home’s siding. The rustic, contemporary look of stone accent work and a well-trimmed yard is enough to make anyone envious. Before setting your next home siding in stone, however, you should consider investing in a powerful stone siding partner: Vinyl siding.

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Protect Your Home with the Right Siding

Your home is probably the largest investment you will make in life. Not only is your home a giant financial obligation, but it is the place where you and your family live day to day. It makes sense to protect your investment for as long as possible. Using LP Siding on your home is a great way to not only keep your home looking beautiful, but to help protect your investment long term.

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Go Green with Eco-Friendly Siding for Your Home

Going green with building materials is a great way to help preserve the environment for future generations. If you would like to choose a more sustainable siding for your home in the Twin Cities area, there are many options available.

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The Newest Types of Home Siding and Their Main Advantages

Whether you are building, remodeling, or shopping for a new home, the type of siding you choose will be one of your most important decisions. Siding not only protects your home from the elements but adds personality and style to your home.

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What Is the Best Type of Home Siding for the Twin Cities Area?

In the northern part of the United States, heavy snowfalls and freezing temperatures are typical weather for the winter, and the summers are warm with plenty of rainfall. What kind of home siding performs the best in this type of climate? Let’s take a look at the types of siding recommended by C&T Siding contractors for the Twin Cities area.

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Act Now to Save Money this Winter with New Home Siding

It's not too late to start thinking about the cold weather that wintertime brings. Though it's still summer, the fall weather with its cooler temperatures and the kids heading back to school is right around the corner. It might be the farthest thing from your radar, but acting now can help you weather the frigid temperatures of winter more comfortably and cost-effectively.

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Which Type of Siding is the Most Maintenance Free?

When it comes to home maintenance, we all know the average homeowner would rather spend their weekends relaxing, instead of working on their house. So choosing siding that is low maintenance yet still offers excellent curb appeal makes a lot of sense.

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The Best Type of Siding for Your Home Remodel Project

When considering options for an exterior home remodel, consider replacing your old siding. If you choose carefully, your new home siding can provide a gorgeous pop of color and bold texture for the exterior of your home. Adding new replacement windows and doors can further enhance your home’s curb appeal, as well as patio doors leading to a deck.

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Is Your Home's Siding Vulnerable to Pest Damage?

Pests can create a lot of problems with your home’s siding, especially if it’s made of wood. Sometimes they can cause such extensive damage that your home’s structure is threatened, creating safety issues for you and your family.

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