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C&T Siding offers a slew of siding options, and we feel fiber cement siding deserves a shout-out. If you’re not into seamless steel, fiber cement is a solid choice. Masquerading as masonry or wood, fiber cement can survive in incredibly harsh elements. Fiber cement isn’t perfect for every house, however. If the following situations apply to you, you might benefit from an installation:
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If you’re like most homeowners, you may find the window replacement process confusing, time-consuming, and expensive. Different replacement options exist, and different styles fit different homes. By learning about a window type’s pros and cons, however, you can easily pick a replacement which fits your home’s needs. Both vinyl and fiberglass windows are effective, and both are made from quality materials. Is one better than the other? Well, keep reading.
Between swinging, sliding bi-fold, and French patio doors, you have a lot to choose from. To create a truly custom design, you’ll need to determine your home’s stylistic needs. Your home’s convenience, lifestyle and makeup matter. Before buying a patio door, consider these three factors:
Are you looking for a bold, new exterior door design? From energy efficiency to style, 2017 has delivered a slew of great selections. We love helping our homeowners select economical door styles, and we believe efficiency and good looks needn’t be mutually exclusive. Below, we’re talking about the coolest exterior door ideas of 2017.
Your home might need a personal touch, but replacing windows alone isn’t necessarily a good idea. Relying on a window contractor assures the proper products and procedures are used. Plus, it lets you determine a worker’s reliability, experience and reputation as a contactor. When it comes to window installation, let the professionals handle it for these reasons:
If you enjoy being outdoors, you've likely put plenty of time and care into your deck. It can be a great place to conduct hobby activities, read a book, or just sunbathe. Kids love a nice deck as well, as decks provide them with a place to play outdoors without actually being in the dirt or mud. Regardless of how you use your deck, there does come a time when maintenance and repairs are no longer useful, and instead the deck must be completely rebuilt. This can be an exciting time, as you can change the size and shape of the deck and have it custom built to the needs of you and your family.