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Do I Need to Worry about Siding Rot in the Winter?

No matter if you have wood siding or not, you’re most likely all too familiar with its ultimate menaces: mold and wood rot. Many siding brands today, such as LP Siding, have been innovated and manufactured to be tough on wood rot. However, for those with older siding types, mold and rot still bring concerns, simply due to the inherent properties of wood itself. Rot is caused by fungi, and fungi feed on organic materials, a category in which wood belongs. In addition, man-made siding types, such as seamless siding and steel siding, might not be able to rot, but no siding is completely immune to mold formation. Fungi are a hazard for homeowners everywhere.

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Signs You’ll Need Siding Replacement in the Spring

Minnesota and Wisconsin winters sure are hard! Subzero temperatures, slushy roads, and higher heating bills all make this a difficult season for many. However, have you ever thought about how your siding is weathering the intense winter weather? If not, maybe it’s time you start!

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Exterior Siding Options for Your Home

A good siding installation company will have a variety of siding materials to choose from, and will properly install the siding so your home is protected from the elements.

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What's the Best Siding for Extreme Weather?

Your home's siding is one of its first lines of defense. This important feature can keep out the worst extreme winter conditions including plummeting temperatures and deep snowdrifts. The right kind of siding can also hold up to bad weather ranging from harsh, windy conditions to hailstorms. However, there's no “one size fits all” siding product. Seamless steel, fiber cement, and engineered wood like LP SmartSide each have a lot to offer homeowners. Here's what you need to know before making a choice:

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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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Why Vinyl Siding Goes Perfectly with Stonework

If you're like most homeowners, you've probably considered a stonework installation as an accent on your home’s siding. The rustic, contemporary look of stone accent work and a well-trimmed yard is enough to make anyone envious. Before setting your next home siding in stone, however, you should consider investing in a powerful stone siding partner: Vinyl siding.

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Protect Your Home with the Right Siding

Your home is probably the largest investment you will make in life. Not only is your home a giant financial obligation, but it is the place where you and your family live day to day. It makes sense to protect your investment for as long as possible. Using LP Siding on your home is a great way to not only keep your home looking beautiful, but to help protect your investment long term.

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Go Green with Eco-Friendly Siding for Your Home

Going green with building materials is a great way to help preserve the environment for future generations. If you would like to choose a more sustainable siding for your home in the Twin Cities area, there are many options available.

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The Newest Types of Home Siding and Their Main Advantages

Whether you are building, remodeling, or shopping for a new home, the type of siding you choose will be one of your most important decisions. Siding not only protects your home from the elements but adds personality and style to your home.

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Beautify and Protect Your Home with New Siding

The condition of your home’s exterior is the first thing the public notices about your home. Nothing is more noticeable and detracts from a home’s exterior appearance more than weather-worn, shabby siding.

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