Your siding makes up about 40% of your home’s exterior. Combine this with a well-designed roof replacement, and you have the makings of world-class curb appeal. Unfortunately, choosing a design for your siding replacement is one of those tasks that are easier said than done. A professional can help you get started but ultimately, the decisions that will dictate how your home will look are entirely up to you.
When you’re choosing siding designs, it’s best to start with the current style your home already has. Different styles of houses tend to go well with certain types of siding, and this can give you a good starting point on your search. Let our experienced exterior remodelers at Pritchett Roofing Inc. show you the best siding to match common styles of houses.
Traditional architecture favors siding styles with bold patterns and intricate designs. Talk to your siding and roof repair experts about which products work best for these types of houses.
Cape Cod, Colonial, and Craftsmen homes are typically clad with horizontal clapboards with distinct shadow lines. Colors are muted but solid, and are usually complementary or contrasting the roof, windows, and other exterior elements.
Contemporary designs rely on vivid hues but their patterns favor simpler and cleaner looks. Dutch clapboards are a good candidate for these homes, however, avoid shingle or shake siding as these can clash with the rest of your architecture.
Contemporary homes favor earth tones for their exterior siding, often combining wood and stone textures to create beautiful facades. On the other hand, other styles such as the Modern Farmhouse marries a few traditional elements with the simple and straightforward stylings often used in contemporary designs.
At Pritchett Roofing Inc., we can help you find siding that is 100% right for your home. Give us a call at (770) 345-1622 or fill out our contact form to schedule a design consultation and request a free estimate on siding replacements today. We serve homeowners in Woodstock, as well as other surrounding GA communities.