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Choosing the Vinyl Siding Colors

The color of your home is an extension of who you are as a person and your specific style. There are a lot of options to consider when choosing the exact shade and texture for your vinyl siding. Depending on where you live too may be a consideration when picking out a color.

So Many Vinyl Siding Colors to Choose From

The palate for vinyl siding is really quit extensive. If you live in a tropical place, you may want to go with more cool tones that help deflect the sun and help reduce your air conditioning bill. Some of the more popular colors would be yellow, blue or tan. All of these have a plethora of shades within the color and give you numerous options. In cooler places, where there is a lot of snow, you may look into sliding that is extra insulated. Here, you may want to choose more earth or warm tones. Especially if you are seeing a lot of snow where you live, the darker colors may add a much-needed pop of color. In recent years the color "espresso" has become very common. It adds a nice warm feel, and also adds a classy touch while still being very practical.

When You Just Can't Decide on the Vinyl Siding Colors

If you are having a hard time deciding between two vinyl siding colors, there is always the option of having a two-toned colored house. Maybe do a darker color on the bottom and a lighter shade of the same color on top. Blue, in particular, would look good done this way. Also, you could have the bottom be a neutral color, such a beige or tan, and then add a splash of color on the top half with a soft yellow. The third option for a two toned look would be to just do different colors on each side. Do the front and back of your house in one color and then the sides in another. Granted, this isn't the traditional way of using vinyl siding, but it would definitely be a unique and fun look.

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