Sometimes, it is not uncommon for home exterior remodeling companies to provide recommendations on siding color. Then again, the final decision rests on you; after all, it is your home, and its aesthetic appeal matters to you. That being said, a dark-colored siding can be a great way to make your home exteriors look more appealing.
For this choice, however, you need to take several things into account. One wrong decision and you could end up becoming less than satisfied with the results. The following are some of the things you need to look into before installing those dark-colored siding panels.
1. The Neighborhood
Unless you live in a community governed by a homeowner’s association (HOA), you are free to choose which siding color you want for your home. But with so many color options to choose from, it can be daunting to find one that matches your preferences. To help you with that, consider walking around your neighborhood. Draw inspiration from the exteriors you see, taking note of the color schemes that will match your surroundings.
2. The Structure of Your Home
Your preferences aren’t the only deciding factors when it comes to choosing which dark-colored siding to install for your home. Siding contractors, in fact, will recommend taking a look at your home’s structure. Consider the colors of your roof, windows, doors, and the surrounding trim. Should they match or create contrast? Focus on the overall look of your home, as well as its small details.
3. The Location
The location can also play a vital role in making your selection of dark-siding color. The countryside, for instance, has barn-like houses and structures. Following the entire set can be a good inspiration when you’re designing your home’s exterior appearance.
Whether you need siding installation or roof replacement, you can count on Triangle Home Exteriors to get the job done right. We’re committed to providing you with top-notch customer services and quality workmanship. No job is finished until you’re 100% satisfied with the results. Call us at (919) 615-1101 or fill out our contact form for a free, no-obligation quote. We serve homeowners in and around Cary, NC.