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With winter approaching, it's time to winterize your home to ensure your home is energy efficient. Homeowners remember to winterize their appliances, doors, and windows, but they often forget to winterize their screened porch. Screened porches are one of our specialties at C & T Siding. As such, we thought we would highlight effective ways to block out the cold air.
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After investing in new entry doors, you want the to last for a long time. Entry doors see a lot of traffic, so it's not enough to hope for the best. You have to take extra measures to ensure that your doors are protected. The following strategies will ensure your entry doors can stand the test of time.
Have you been wrapping your windows in unsightly plastic during winters past in an effort to make your home more energy efficient? While doing so is an effective temporary solution when dealing with older windows, at some point you'll want to make the fix more permanent.
Do the holidays fill you with excitement and cheer as you think about seeing far-flung family members and friends? Do you dread hosting parties and gatherings at your home because it's simply too small or the design doesn't work well with the flow of such an event? Now is the perfect time to plan those remodeling jobs that will make your holidays everything that you've always wanted them to be.
After witnessing the damage Hurricane Matthew caused along the east coast last month, it’s reasonable to step back and assess the potential damage storms can cause. Although Minnesota isn’t at risk of a hurricane, there are other ways Mother Nature can wreak havoc on our homes, including damage caused by a storm. Fortunately, there many ways you can protect your home now and prevent costly damage in the future.
One of the best ways to reduce the cost of your energy is by installing new windows. Many homeowners experience several problems with their windows that cause them to lose heat, including drafts and broken seals. However, simply replacing your windows with traditional windows may not do you any justice. You should consider replacing your home windows with Ultrex windows instead.