Many of us talk about how we would like to paint our houses this or that color. And maybe this trim color would look great to bring it all together. But it’s a lot of work to paint, so many of us turn to siding to protect our house exterior without a lot of upkeep. But by choosing siding, you don’t have to go with a boring color. You’ll be glad to know there are now many siding colors available, so you can have that designer-looking house without the hassle of paint (find out more information by contacting us).
But now that there’s a sea of vinyl siding colors available, where do you start?
Some people need to upgrade their siding for maintenance or curb appeal purposes, but they actually really enjoy their current house colors. This is probably the easiest of all situations. Simply choose the siding option that most closely matches your current paint color. To make the whole process a little more fun, consider choosing a contrast trim color that’s new. Even just that tiny difference will make your house feel fresh and renewed.
If you’re not thrilled with your current house color, it’s time to choose a new one. Start with your current roof. Since roofs can last 30-50 years, you will have to deal with it for a long time. Matching your house colors to the color of your existing roof is an easy way to push you toward making a choice, too.
One thing to consider when choosing colors is the neighborhood you live in. Find out if there are any HOA restrictions, if you live in that kind of neighborhood. Then analyze the styles of houses and the kinds of designs that are all around you. What will beautify your neighborhood and what might make your house stick out like a sore thumb? Use your observations to help rule out colors that won’t work.
Put It All Together
You’ll then need to consider other elements such as climate, amount of sunshine in your region, your landscaping, and what your favorite colors are overall. Ensuring that you analyze all the elements in your area will help you make the right choice.
When you’re ready for that new siding that makes all your neighbors jealous, contact Peak Custom Remodeling.