Your siding can make your home stand out in the neighborhood. Whether you plan to update your siding before selling or you simply want your property to have better curb appeal, picking the right siding color can be a big decision.
In this post, Roof Masters lists the top considerations to find the most suitable siding color for your home.
Your neighborhood probably has a general color scheme, especially if you live in an homeowners association (HOA) community. You can ask your HOA board for siding color recommendations or drive around in your neighborhood to see what colors to consider for your home. Take note of the architecture and styles of the houses with siding colors that piqued your interest.
Type of Siding Project
With siding replacement, you’ll likely be limited to your builder’s initial color choice. This is because you have to consider the other colors in your exterior color palette. The color of your new siding should complement the colors of your roof, gutters, windows and other exterior features. On the other hand, with new construction, you have more freedom to mix and match colors.
Siding profile can also influence your choice of siding color. It all depends on the kind of look you want to achieve. So if you want to play with profiles, textures and colors, you should consult siding professionals and ask for recommendations.
Certain architectural styles work well with certain siding colors. For example, classic colors with unique accents are common in Colonial-style homes. Meanwhile, Victorian-style homes usually have somber colors while rustic ranches mostly use browns and reds.
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