Posted on 5/13/2019 7:31 AM By C and T Siding
Slate roof tiles are becoming a popular roofing option. While there are many benefits associated with slate roofing, this material is not ideal for everyone. If you are in need of a new roof, you may find yourself wondering if slate is right for you. Here are three questions to ask yourself to help you determine whether slate may be a good option for your home:
Posted on 5/3/2019 7:54 AM By C and T Siding
If you are looking to install siding on a home, commercial building, warehouse, or outdoor structure, such as a barn or garage, there are many siding options you have to select from. Taking the time to learn about the benefits associated with various materials can help you make an informed decision as to which material is best suited for your needs. EMCO steel siding is a strong, durable material that you might find yourself considering. Read on to learn some of the benefits associated with this siding material.
Posted on 4/29/2019 7:50 AM By C and T Siding
Adding a screen to your porch can open a wide variety of options for you and your family. Whether it be barbecues, enjoying drinks in the sun, or simply looking at the stars at night, a screened porch can offer so much opportunity to enjoy the outside (without the hassle that generally comes with being in the great outdoors). Here's a look at some of the many benefits that come with a screened porch.
Posted on 3/29/2019 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
Whether you are looking to side a new home, or replace the siding on your existing home, you have a big decision to make. There are many different types of siding you can place on your home, and each type has its own unique look, aesthetic, and benefits. Learning the benefits of various materials can help you determine which siding material makes the most sense for you. Here are four benefits associated with fiber cement siding, in particular:
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 3/15/2019 2:35 PM By C and T Siding
The deck is added living space to your home. It's a place to connect with the outdoors. You eat, relax, and enjoy your deck with friends and family. Decks can be expensive to replace or repair, so it only makes sense to want to preserve your deck for as long as possible. With a few easy maintenance tips, it is entirely possible to prolong the life of your deck for years of enjoyment.
Posted on 1/18/2019 5:36 AM By C and T Siding
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.
Posted on 1/14/2019 7:32 AM By C and T Siding
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.
Posted on 1/4/2019 7:20 AM By C and T Siding
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:
Posted on 12/31/2018 4:00 AM By C and T Siding
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.