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Metal roofing is durable, long-lasting and convenient. Metal roofing is one of the longest-lasting materials around, but it should still be well-maintained. Often, homeowners find low-expense maintenance solutions to prevent wear and tear. C & T Siding is here to give your metal roofing maintenance an educational brush-up—one tip at a time.
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While a screen can protect your porch from unwanted pests, some bugs are persistent. Whether you’re upgrading windows and doors, revamping your outdoor area or are installing a custom deck, you should take care in protecting your screened-in porch from unwanted entry. When a screen, alone, can’t finish the job, check out the tips below:
Windows and doors, while durable, are susceptible to high winds, rain and even flying debris. To keep harsh weather at bay, you should take care in securing your seamless seals, fiberglass windows, exterior doors and screen doors. Sometimes, a storm arrives without warning. You needn’t face a hurricane to experience household damages, and your doors and windows needn’t be left to high winds.
Your pets should enjoy the patio, too. Sure, your four-legged friends might be well-acquainted to the house, but your backyard could do with one or two fur-friendly upgrades. A lot of homeowners have difficulty balancing the pet-loving lifestyle with patio inclusions, but a few patio redesign ideas are capable of balancing patio doors with your outdoor area’s main area. At C & T Siding, it’s our duty to dish out modern, exciting home addition ideas. Here’s our pet-friendly patio addition roundup:
The United States Census Bureau estimated that siding is a favorite among Americans in 2008. Siding offers homeowners options when it comes to color and type. Additionally, siding is durable and lasts for years. With all the benefits to installing siding there is no wonder why many households choose siding over the multitude of options available on the market.
Metal roofing is a rapidly growing means of covering your house and providing the first layer of protection against the weather. Traditionally, metal roofing was used for barns, commercial properties, and less expensive houses, but that is no longer the case. Modern steel roofing designs offer a number of advantages over the old paradigm of asphalt shingles.