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Three Big Considerations When Buying a Patio Door

Between swinging, sliding bi-fold, and French patio doors, you have a lot to choose from. To create a truly custom design, you’ll need to determine your home’s stylistic needs. Your home’s convenience, lifestyle and makeup matter. Before buying a patio door, consider these three factors:

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The Coolest Exterior Doors of 2017

Are you looking for a bold, new exterior door design? From energy efficiency to style, 2017 has delivered a slew of great selections. We love helping our homeowners select economical door styles, and we believe efficiency and good looks needn’t be mutually exclusive. Below, we’re talking about the coolest exterior door ideas of 2017.

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Building the Perfect Window and Door Combination

Are you ready to build the perfect window and door combination? Then C & T Siding can help you every step of the way. Below are some expert tips on how to build a cohesive window and door design that you and your family will love for years to come.

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Use Patio Doors to Make Your Summer Better

Summer means more time spent outdoors. Having patio doors installed increases your enjoyment of both as they seamlessly blur the lines between the interior and exterior of your home. Here's how patio doors can make your summer more spectacular.

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Five Ways Your Window Contractors Can Help

No matter the size of your home, you have windows, and your windows should be taken care of. From window replacements to inspections, a quality contractor is your key to a safe, comfortable home. Before contacting a professional provider, however, you should consider the many services a contractor can provide.

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How to Prepare Your Home for Storm Season

As one of the largest investments you'll ever make, it's important to protect your home at all times. Taking a few minutes to makes some storm preparations before bad weather arrives can make all the difference between getting through the season unscathed and having to do a great deal of cleanup afterward. Here's how to prepare your home for storm season. 

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Building a Beautiful Home Exterior

Whether you bought a brand new home some years ago or found a wonderful deal on an older home that needs a bit of tender loving care, at some point you're likely to consider reasons for replacing the home's exterior. A professional pressure washing service can often restore a house to a new appearance, but the day will come when you need to replace what is there in order to maintain a home which meets the expectations of your family while maintaining curb appeal in your neighborhood and a welcoming appearance when you invite guests to visit.

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Adding Value to Your House with Home Improvements

Whether you're flipping a house, planning to live there short term and sell in the near future, or renovating to improve the home according to your personal preference, there are certain renovations which are proven to add value to the house. Value can be determined by the functionality and desirability of the work you have conducted. Personalized features don't tend to add as much value as replacing anything which is worn with new features.

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Is Your House Guest-Worthy?

People who entertain often understand there is more to keeping their home guest-worthy than straightening up the house and cleaning to make sure the house looks and smells great. It's also important to make sure repairs have been made which guarantee a guest's comfort. Whether you have friends over for an evening dinner party, host a friend for a night while they a traveling and happen through your town, or whether family members need to stay for a longer period of time you'll want to have the house in top shape. You may be okay with nuances such as a door which won't remain open or closed, or squeaks constantly, but guests don't usually appreciate what is essentially damage in the home.

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Choosing a Contractor: Project Design

Although you may not realize it, even the smallest repair job around your house requires a brief or informal design process in order to determine the best approach. A more formal design becomes essential with larger renovation projects, full remodeling jobs or building additions to the house. The design process is usually formalized by the contractor, but it begins when you first realize the need for the work to be done and start considering what you hope to achieve when it is finished.

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