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Cousins Construction Thanksgiving
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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Cousins Construction Thanksgiving

Wishing you a harvest of blessings, good health and good times!

From everyone here at Cousins Construction Siding Experts, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.  While this year may look a little different in how we typically celebrate, the importance of family, love and making memories is just as strong as ever.

The Thanksgiving holiday may bring delicious feasts and time with family but it also ushers in the season of bitter cold and whipping winds.  If you notice a draft in your home or that your family isn’t quite as comfortable as they should be, it may be an issue with your windows.  To save money, keep your HVAC system from overworking and stay warm and cozy, check out our guide highlighting Why You Should Replace Your Windows In The Winter.  It’s never too late to fix those windows and get the best solution for your home and budget.

One of the most important functions of your siding during the winter is to keep out moisture.  Siding protects the structure of your home from crippling mold and mildew that can weaken wood and cause health risks.  Use critical tips to spot damage found in our guide, How Do You Know If You Need New Siding, to figure out the shape of your home’s exterior.

While you prepare for the magic of the upcoming holidays, consider having a local siding and window company take care of the most important features of your home.  With high quality products, competitive pricing and over 20 years of experience installing during Chicago winters, Cousins Construction Siding Experts can get your home back in shape in no time.  Our siding professionals can repair or replace your siding and windows to keep the cold and moisture out so you and your family can cozy up and celebrate the holidays.  Contact us today to find out what we can do for your home!

For information on siding and window options for your home, please contact Cousins Construction at 773.294.7859 today.  From everyone here, please wash your hands, practice social distancing and stay safe!

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