As the top siding contractor in the area, A1 Siding and Roofing can transform your home’s appearance with our premier products. Our high-quality siding comes in many different colors that can complement any style of architecture.
Today, we share a few simple tips to help you choose a great color palette for your new siding:
- Think About the Visual Effect of Color: With the right colors, you can make your home look more noticeable, larger, taller, smaller, or more subtle. Bright and light colors make your home grab attention and look bigger. Dark and subdued colors, on the other hand, can make your home look smaller and more delicate.
- Consider Your Home’s Architectural Style: A as a siding installation expert, we can help you choose the best-looking siding for your home. We also recommend drive around your neighborhood and observing the siding colors of houses similar to your own. While you don’t want to replicate your neighbors’ design, you can still pull inspiration from their choices.
- Select Three or More Shades: You can divide an exterior color scheme into three parts: the dominant field color, the accent color, and the trim color. Choose your dominant color first, then choose your trim and accent colors. Your trim color should provide a contrast from the dominant field color if you want a pleasing visual appearance, while accent colors are the perfect chance to incorporate bolder colors.
- Use Your Home’s Exterior Elements as Inspiration: Your shingles, stonework, driveways, and pathways can serve as inspiration for your color scheme. Consider their colors and shades and select a siding color that complements them.
Our vinyl siding comes in a variety of designs and colors, allowing you to select a design that complements your architecture and also highlights your personal style. During our initial consultations, we will help you choose a color combination that will enhance your home’s appearance. We serve many areas, including Manchester. Call us at (603) 627-7339 to learn more tips on choosing an exterior color palette. You can also request a free estimate.