Posted on 4/19/2019 7:36 AM By C and T Siding
Have you been using the upcoming spring season as a way to distract yourself from this winter's bone-chilling temperatures? If so, then you're not alone! While your thoughts might drift to installing a new porch or adding some landscaping fixtures to your yard, the spring is also a good time to consider replacing your windows. In fact, if you notice any of the following four signs, then you should move such a project to the top of your list, and contact C&T Siding now for a free estimate.
Posted on 3/25/2019 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
The investment in new windows is one most homeowners need to make every 15 to 20 years. New windows can be great if you purchase the right types of products for your home. If your windows are no longer airtight, durable, or weatherproof, it is time to look for replacements. Consider the benefit of replacing your windows now.
Posted on 3/8/2019 7:10 AM By C and T Siding
The sweating of your windows is due to condensation, which occurs in some homes when the outside temperature falls to below 40 degrees and the interior humidity is higher than around 60 percent. The excessive moisture in the air meets the cool glass of the window and condenses. This typically occurs in newer homes, which are often more airtight than older buildings.
Posted on 3/4/2019 7:08 AM By C and T Siding
You might be putting off having new windows installed in your home because yours don't look that bad. However, looks can be deceiving. You might have issues with your windows that are causing you to pay more on a regular basis for your energy bills. C&T Siding, can help. At C&T Siding, we guarantee the finished product will meet your expectations.
Posted on 2/15/2019 2:41 PM By C and T Siding
New windows are an excellent investment in your home. However, finding the right type of windows for your home can be a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, a number of high-quality products are on the market today. Our window contractors can help you to learn more about each one of your options, but consider these three common choice,s first:
Posted on 2/8/2019 2:33 PM By C and T Siding
Choosing to replace the windows in your home is a big undertaking. There are many windows to choose from, and each type of window comes with its own list of benefits. If you select the right windows. you can add significant value to your home.
Posted on 12/17/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Does it seem like you keep turning up the temperature in your Wisconsin or Minnesota home, but just can't seem to get warm? Cold drafts can make you uncomfortable and your furnace will work harder trying to keep up with the demands. It might be time to look at ways to seal up your home with new windows from C&T Siding.
Posted on 10/19/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Your home's windows are your direct outlet to the outdoors. From using them to let the sunshine and breezes inside to viewing the surroundings outside, your windows are likely used on a daily basis. Not only can older windows be difficult to open and leak air, but they can make your entire home look less appealing. Even new homes can have windows that fail because builders often use lower-grade materials in an effort to save money.
Posted on 10/15/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
When considering replacement windows, picking the right style to suit your home and lifestyle is essential to your overall level of satisfaction. At C&T Siding, our experienced window contractors take the time to educate our customers about the options available to them so they can make the right choice. Below are some popular replacement window types.
Posted on 9/28/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Maintain Your Comfort Zone
When a leaky window allows the outside air to push into the inside of the house, the result is not very pleasant for the homeowner. Rooms with drafty windows prevent an air conditioner or furnace from maintaining a comfortable temperature throughout the year and can cause energy bills to be much higher. The home’s heating and cooling equipment must work much harder than it would in a weather-tight home.
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