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Storm Damage

Checking and Replacing Your Windows After Storm Damage

Though windows are designed to be durable and weather resistant, there is always a chance they could be damaged in a summer or winter storm, which could endanger the interior of your home. Because of this, you should always inspect your windows after a storm. By doing this, you can ensure you are always on top of any repairs that need to be made to your windows.

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How to Survey Your Home After a Storm

A single storm can leave a home in shambles. Still, some damages can’t be seen. In some cases, rough weather can wreak havoc beneath a home’s exterior. Storms are more than swirling wind—humidity, alone, can damage fiber cement siding over time. Intense rain, meanwhile, can slowly erode the lining of exterior doors.

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What To Do Following a Summer Storm

Rain, wind, and hail can do an unbelievable amount of damage to your home in a short amount of time. Any exterior part of your home—including the windows, doors, roof, porch, or deck—is subject to serious storm damage. After ensuring your family is safe, what are the next steps following a storm to make sure your home is fixed quickly and your insurance company has a detail of the damage? Below, let's take a closer look at what to do following a storm.

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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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How to Check Your Windows for Storm Damage

Windows do a lot more for your home than create great curb appeal. Windows allow occupants to connect visually with the beauties of nature and the outdoors, and to enjoy the fresh air. Windows also illuminate a home with natural sunlight, which can save you money on electric costs.

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What to Do When a Storm Damages Your Home

If a tree falls on your roof and pierces the roof structure, get your family and pets out of the house as soon as possible. The whole house could be unstable and subject to collapse. Here are some of the signs of roof damage:

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Can My Deck Be Damaged By Rainwater?

Between leaf stains, mold and mildew, your deck can take a beating. Whether you’re installing new exterior doors, siding around your deck, or even a screen porch, knowing about hidden water damage helps.

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Preventing Weather Damage to Your Home

Even everyday weather can damage the roof, siding, windows, and doors of a house. Therefore, a smart homeowner protects their most significant investment with regular inspections and maintenance by a professional.

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Replace Siding and Repair Windows and Doors After A Winter Snowstorm

Winter is almost here, and that means the possibility of freezing temperatures and snowstorms, which can all lead to damage on the exterior of your home. Since 1978, C&T Siding has been there for residents of western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota. When the winds pick up, and snow starts to fall, we will be ready to tackle any of your home’s exterior windows and siding needs.

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Storm Damage – Before and After

Severe weather can be both unpredictable and devastating. Modern forecasting technology can certainly provide adequate information to keep us informed and help us make decisions that would keep us out of harm’s way. But when it comes to your property, you can’t very well move your house out of the way of an oncoming storm! What you can do is take steps that would put the odds in your favor.

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