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The History of American Siding

Steel siding, seamless siding, and even fiber cement siding companies didn’t just appear out of nowhere. Learn about the history of siding in America in this post, as well as what the modern siding market has done to innovate.

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Siding and Energy Efficiency

When you are looking to replace the siding on your home, there are a variety of factors you need to take into consideration before choosing the best option for you. In today’s world, energy-efficient products are some of the most important factors to consider before investing your money in upgrades. Not only are energy-efficient products typically built using sustainable techniques, but they are also designed to save money. Our team of experts at C&T Siding is committed to helping you get the look you want at the price you want. Here, we will discuss the best options for energy-efficient siding.

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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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Fantastic Siding Made from High-Tech Materials

Siding materials have improved significantly over the past decade. The best materials have increased durability and other beneficial characteristics while at the same time are very attractive when installed on any home or commercial property.

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2019's Most Popular Siding Color Ideas

When it comes to siding, durability and efficiency normally trump color. Still, it’s possible to pick a trendy, year-round color to match your home’s finest aspects. Depending on your location, you’ve probably seen a variety of unique siding options out there.

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New Siding Color Trends for Luxury Homes

We all want our luxury homes to have that “wow” factor. There are definitely some popular color trends for siding and finishes this year. You especially need to be aware of this if you are planning to put your home on the market for sale.

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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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How to Compare Siding Materials

Siding has several tasks to perform around your home. It always needs to provide an aesthetic quality—you have to love the way it looks. At the same time, you also want to be sure your siding is energy efficient and even affordable for your budget. Choosing a name brand or going with just any product isn’t usually desirable. It’s best to compare siding materials carefully to find the one best suited to meeting all of your needs.

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Which Type of Siding is Right For Your Home?

Deciding on the right type of siding for your home can be challenging. The average homeowner does not know all that much about siding. This is why it’s important to allow a siding expert to help you pick a type of siding for your home. At C&T Siding, our siding contractors are familiar with the various types of siding we offer, as well as the benefits of each option. All of this information can help you make the right choice for your home.

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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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