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Your Tax Refund and Your Home: The Perfect Match

With the holiday season in full swing, it won't be long before 2019 arrives! Along with the festivities of the new year, comes the inevitability of doing your taxes. If you're one of the millions of Americans who are due to receive a refund for the taxes you paid in 2018, it's not too early to start thinking about the best ways to put it to good use.

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The Different Types of Available Metal Roofs

There are many benefits associated with metal roofing. Metal roofing can be made from recycled metals, is energy efficient, and can withstand strong wind gusts that would damage other types of roofing. However, not all metal roofs are the same.

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The Benefits of Ultrex Windows

Replacing the windows in your home can be costly. As such, you want to take the time to research various types of windows and ensure the ones you are purchasing and installing meet your home's and family's needs. One of the types of windows you may want to consider is Ultrex windows. Ultrex windows are made from pultruded fiberglass that is bonded with an acrylic finish. Here are a few of the benefits associated with this type of window:

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The Benefits of Seamless Steel Siding

The siding on your home serves many purposes. It helps to keep outdoor elements from entering the interior of your home, keeps pests out, and it adds to the curb appeal and design of the exterior of your home.

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The Benefits of Fiberglass Windows

The frames of windows can be made from many different materials. Aluminum and wood are very common, but other materials include vinyl and fiberglass. When you start looking to purchase new windows for your home, it is important to take the time to learn the benefits that each material has to offer, and use that information to decide which type of window is ideal for your home or business. Here are a few of the benefits of fiberglass windows:

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Signs Your Patio Doors Need to Be Replaced

The patio doors in your home do not last forever. Regardless of whether you have sliding patio doors or doors that swing on hinges, there will come a time when they need to be replaced. Here are a few of the most common signs that your patio doors are nearing the end of their lifespan and need to be replaced:

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Why Vinyl & Fiberglass Windows Are Perfect For Winter

Although the weather is slowly becoming less favorable due to the cold season settling in, there's no reason why your home should be chilly, even with the heat cranked on. Your home is your ultimate protection from the winter elements, so you shouldn’t have to suffer from drafty windows and doors.

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Replacing Your Exterior Doors Can Save You Money!

Your exterior doors take a great deal of use and abuse over the years. Not only are they opened and closed thousands of times, but they also must stand up to the brutal weather that is part of living in western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota. It's easy to see how they can become inefficient at their job and cost you money every single day.

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It's Never Too Early to Start Thinking About Your Next Home Renovation Projects

At C&T Siding, we know that western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota are deep in the midst of winter. The seasonal doldrums have set in and you're probably wondering when the ice, snow and cold will stop so you can enjoy the outdoors again.

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How Seamless Steel Beats Out Bad Weather

If you’re going to protect your house from bad weather, you need to invest in it. Rather than choosing any siding, seamless steel should be your go-to option. Not only is seamless steel classy, durable and iconic-looking: It’s incredibly weather resistant.

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