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Monday, October 22nd, 2018 by Ashley Rudolphi
When choosing siding and stone for your home remember the rule of three. It can be tempting to use as many cladding materials and colors as possible, but limiting yourself to three cladding options can help prevent your home from looking like a patchwork quilt.
Research shows siding preferences among homeowners have shifted to deeper, more saturated hues. In the past, there was a tendency for darker siding colors to absorb more heat, increasing the chances of heat distortion. Ply Gem’s colors have undergone extensive testing and are backed by an industry leading warranty, so you no longer have to fear choosing dark siding colors for your home. Learn about Ply Gem’s six new, on-trend siding colors here.
When choosing a window color it’s best to choose a color that complements or matches your home’s trim.
There are a few things to consider when choosing a roof color.
The red tones of most brick go well with darker brown roofing.
For example, Victorian or Colonial homes look best with slate, while stucco homes look best with red or orange colors.
Sun can greatly affect the color of your roof. Make sure you ask for samples of the roofing colors you’re considering so you can take them home and look at them in full daylight.
To read more on choosing color choices for trim, gutters and shutters, please read the full article provided by PlyGem.