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From monthly archives: December 2017

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Window Replacements for Season Changes

Seasons change the weather outside of your home, and they change your home as well. The materials used on your home’s exterior may contract and expand around your windows, creating the need for a replacement. Here are some of the most important things for you to consider when replacing windows because of seasonal changes:

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What Kind of Windows Should I Choose for My Property?

Your windows are a long term investment that you should take time to consider. Here are the basics about the most popular window types so that you can make a fully informed decision about your next purchase.

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How to Repair Vinyl Siding Holes

Although you should ideally let a professional siding contractor such as C&T Siding repair any holes in your vinyl siding, you should be aware of the basic procedures that will take place. The following is what you need to know about repairing vinyl siding holes:

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Changing the Look of Your Home With New Siding

You might be surprised at just how much a change in siding can help the aesthetic of your home. As long as you pick the right material, you can create a dynamic, inviting look that you will love to come home to. Let's take a look at some of the ways that you can completely change the look of your home with new siding.

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C&T Siding Services That Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency

Winter is well upon the St. Paul, Minnesota area. If you are like many homeowners, your thoughts may turn to how you can save money on your heating costs this winter as the temperatures continue to drop. The best way to save your hard-earned money is to improve your home's energy efficiency. At C&T Siding, many of our services focus on doing exactly that.

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5 Key Benefits of Vinyl Windows

Vinyl windows don't just look great, but they also offer a variety of benefits compared to other types of windows. Many designs feature concealed hinges for a cleaner look, while others offer multi-point weather sealing locks. Some vinyl windows even qualify for tax credits from the federal government. As a matter of fact, there are plenty of benefits to vinyl windows. If you’re considering installing new windows in your home, and want to know more about vinyl, here are five key benefits of this material to keep in mind:

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4 Reasons You Should Book Your Future Service Now

The cold weather has struck Minnesota and western Wisconsin with its usual fierceness. LIke most homeowners who live in the region, the team at C&T Siding knows that Mother Nature is poised and ready to hand us even colder and more challenging weather over the next few months. This is, in part, why many homeowners don’t even think about their home improvement plans until temperatures warm up. However, there are many advantages to booking your home improvement services earlier. Here are just a few benefits of scheduling your project now:

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4 Advantages Metal Roofs Offer Your Home or Business

When a homeowner or business owner consider updating their roof or selecting a roofing material when building, it's likely that asphalt shingles come to mind. While shingles are an option there is an option that may work better for your home or building. Metal roofing is rising in popularity and may be the right choice for you. Check out some of the reasons why you should consider a metal roof.

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3 Ways C&T Siding Can Improve Your Home's Exterior

C&T Siding is a versatile company that offers an array of services for homeowners in Minnesota and the western Wisconsin area. Our primary focus is making the exterior of your home more pleasant and useful. Here are just a few of the services that we offer that can improve the way the outside of your home looks.

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