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Choosing a new siding color

If you plan to put new siding on your home, you might puzzle over how to choose a siding color. Many property owners want something different only to realize it is not as simple as expected when considering the colors and styles available; various factors can affect color choice. Here are three tips to help you pick the best new siding color for your home.

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1. Think about how much you like the current siding color.

If you like your home’s current color and don’t want to change too much, then go for a slight variation on the current color. Consider a shade slightly warmer, cooler, darker, or lighter than you have now. Or, you might choose a different color within your “theme.” For example, if your house siding is white, you could pick another neutral color: gray or beige.

If you like the current color of the siding, you can also keep it and instead freshen up your home’s look by changing the trim color, including window frames and moldings.

2. Consider your home’s surroundings.

Consider your home’s environment if you plan to change siding colors majorly. Do you live on a more eclectic street with several different architectural styles and colors? You can be as creative as you want. However, suppose your street has a few standard colors and the homes are all similar. In that case, you may not want to deviate too far from the established neighborhood look.

Another environmental factor to consider is climate. Since our state of Maryland sees all four seasons, you may choose a color that will look nice year-round, whether surrounded by autumn leaves or bright white snow.

3. Consider your own long-term plans.

Suppose you do not intend to move for a while and want to keep your home for a decade or more. In that case, there is nothing wrong with trying a color that suits your taste and personality (as long as you can live with it while the siding lasts).

However, if you do not intend to keep the house for long, choose a siding color to enhance curb appeal and attract future buyers. Go with light, neutral shades like off-white and beige for a safe choice.

Get expert help choosing siding colors.

Once you know what colors you want, a local siding contractor like Peak Custom Remodeling can help you make your home look better than ever. Contact us today!


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