Choosing a new siding color is a huge deal. After all, nothing impacts your home’s overall appearance and curb appeal more than siding. This is probably why most homeowners find that picking out a new siding color can be quite intimidating. Unlike painting one of the rooms inside your house, it is a lot harder to change the color of your siding once you pull the trigger. But don’t fret! The siding experts over at The Badger Company are here to help.
1. Let the Style of Your Home Guide You
Letting the architectural style of your home guide you in picking a color palette is a good way to get started. For instance, if you own a Mediterranean-style home, we recommend that you go for warm colors that will complement your terracotta orange roof. If you own a craftsman home, then an earthy palette with deep reds and rich browns will work well.
2. View Samples
Residential siding options come in a wide range of prefinished colors, but can also be purchased primed and ready to paint in any color you choose. Be sure to take the time and look at as many photos on the internet as you can. If you find yourself drawn to a particular color, then you’ve won half the battle. All you need to do now is pick the right shade of that color.
3. Don’t Forget the Trim
Trim and other accents give your home a more finished and put-together look so don’t neglect them. Once you’ve decided on a primary color, be sure to also pick out a secondary one for your trim. White works well with just about any color while a bold, vibrant hue could be a welcome touch to give your home a pop of color.
Whether you are looking for a professional to help you install your new siding or are thinking about replacing your old, worn-down gutters, turn to the experts over at The Badger Company for all your home exterior needs. To schedule an appointment, please give us a call at (608) 850-6282, or fill out our contact form to request a free quote today.