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From monthly archives: August 2018

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Which Type of Siding is the Most Maintenance Free?

When it comes to home maintenance, we all know the average homeowner would rather spend their weekends relaxing, instead of working on their house. So choosing siding that is low maintenance yet still offers excellent curb appeal makes a lot of sense.

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The Best Type of Siding for Your Home Remodel Project

When considering options for an exterior home remodel, consider replacing your old siding. If you choose carefully, your new home siding can provide a gorgeous pop of color and bold texture for the exterior of your home. Adding new replacement windows and doors can further enhance your home’s curb appeal, as well as patio doors leading to a deck.

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Is Your Home's Siding Vulnerable to Pest Damage?

Pests can create a lot of problems with your home’s siding, especially if it’s made of wood. Sometimes they can cause such extensive damage that your home’s structure is threatened, creating safety issues for you and your family.

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Can You Improve Your Home's Insulation With New Siding?

If time and the elements have damaged your siding, now is a good time to have it replaced. Not only will you increase the value and curb appeal of your home, but you can also improve the insulation values and make your home more impervious to the extremely cold winters of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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What to Do When a Storm Damages Your Home

If a tree falls on your roof and pierces the roof structure, get your family and pets out of the house as soon as possible. The whole house could be unstable and subject to collapse. Here are some of the signs of roof damage:

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What is Seamless Steel Siding?

Make a siding plank out of the toughest steel, then cover those planks with a thick protective layer of vinyl that repels moisture, insects or any form of rot or rust. The resulting product is seamless steel siding.

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How to Choose Replacement Windows for Your Home

Secure windows and doors help prevent break-ins and robberies. Windows that don't shut properly or aren't sound in structure won't provide much security for you and your family when it comes to burglars intent on breaking into your home.

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How to Choose a Window Contractor

Professional window contractors have plenty of training and experience. They aren’t amateurs installing windows as a part-time job. At C&T Siding, we know customers want a reliable technician that shows up on time to work and completes the project in a timely manner. We understand customers want their replacement windows installed properly so their home is weather tight and comfortable. Our window contractors only recommend the best brands of windows and doors for your home improvement project, so there’s never a question of quality of materials.

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Adding More Outdoor Living Space with a Deck or Screen Porch

Outdoor living spaces, such as screened porches or decks, can expand a homeowners options. For instance, a deck with an overhead pergola can give you a beautiful place to grill those steaks and hamburgers for family and friends out of the hot sun. It would also provide a place for kids to play outdoors and parents to relax with a refreshing drink after a long day.

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