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How To Clean Seamless Steel Siding

The material your siding is made of affects how you can clean your siding. At C&T Siding, we offer four types of siding. Each of these different materials requires different maintenance and a different cleaning technique. While most siding materials are simple to maintain, they need to be maintained in a certain way. Typically, you can clean your siding on your own by following the proper safety and maintenance protocols. Here, our team at C&T Siding will discuss the different siding options we offer and the correct way to clean and maintain each.

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Why Fiber Cement Siding is Great for Homes

As many people continue to find ways that make their homes look great for decades to come, many have turned to fiber cement siding to protect their homes’ exteriors. With the continuous rise in popularity of fiber cement siding, we constantly hear the questions, “So what's the appeal of fiber cement?” and “How does it contribute to the longevity of your home?”

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The Many Benefits of Steel Siding

If it’s time to replace the siding on your home, there are many options to choose from. Steel siding not only looks great, but has several other benefits, too. With a quick and easy installation, easy maintenance plan, and a comprehensive warranty, steel siding is a clear front runner as one of the best products to put on the outside of your home. Below, we will examine some benefits of steel siding in more depth:

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What to Know About New Siding and Energy Efficiency

Installing new siding on your home can enhance your home’s the curb appeal, but you may wonder if it has any effect on your energy expenses. You might want more reason to get new siding on your home than just to enhance the aesthetic appeal. Fortunately, at C&T Siding, we can help you compare your options to find siding that improves your energy efficiency.

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C and T Siding at the Minneapolis Home & Garden Show!

We’d love to see you at the Home & Garden Show in Minneapolis, MN. We will be located at the Marvin Infinity Booth #2921 on Saturday, February 23 & Sunday, February 24 from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.,and on Friday, March 1 from 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 2 from 3:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

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Visit us at the Home & Garden Shows in Eau Claire and Minneapolis!

We would love to see you at the Home & Garden show in Eau Claire February 22 - 24 and in Minneapolis on February 23 & 24, and March 1 & 2. 

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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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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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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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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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