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Vinyl Siding Colors

By Karen Lawson

Choosing a vinyl siding color for your home is an important step. You want to be sure to choose a color that you, and your neighbors, will appreciate and enjoy. Plus, you want to add value to your home, and crazy vinyl siding colors can hurt this. So, as you begin to choose your vinyl siding colors, consider these important tips:

  1. Don't be the laughing stock on the block. Choose a color that is classy. Being unique is wonderful. So, hang a jazzy wreath on your door. Your vinyl siding color choice is not the time to show your style. This is the time to show your class. So, choose neutral colors, such as beige or grays. You want to accent your neighborhood, not become the neighborhood eyesore.
  2. Match the vinyl siding colors to your home. Think about the other colors on your home: the shutters, the door, the garage. Then, accent those colors with your vinyl siding color. You want your house to match instead of looking like a patchwork quilt. So, think about the other colors you will be using for the different fixtures on the exterior of your home. Then, choose a vinyl siding color that blends well with those colors.
  3. Opinions Count! Ask your contractor, interior decorator, and even neighbors their opinions about vinyl siding. Then, consider their advice when choosing the vinyl siding color for your home. You don't necessarily have to agree with them, but at least they can help you decide between two colors. Ultimately, the decision is yours to make. However, choosing the right vinyl siding colors is important. After all, this is a decision you will live with for quite some time.
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