Get Creative During Your Siding Installation


Many people combine different types of siding on their homes. As you drive down the street you may see homes that are a combination of stucco and brick, or stone and wood siding--there are countless combinations available. Combining siding types helps create a unique style for your home, and can make the house more interesting.

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Not everyone has the budget to use siding products like stone, brick, or stucco, but that doesn't mean you can't have a creative and charming home.

Getting Creative with Vinyl During Your Siding Installation

Just because you've decided to use vinyl siding on your home doesn't mean you have to limit yourself to one color or style. Before choosing, take time to find out what styles and colors are available. If you haven't looked in awhile, you might be amazed at the selection available today.

Find two complementary colors, such as blue and white, or desert sand and cameo, and imagine how they might look on your home. Or pick two styles of siding, like Dutch Lap and scalloped vinyl shingles, and try to picture them combined on your house's exterior.

Popular combinations include:

  • Using one color for corner posts and trim pieces, and another color for the main body of siding
  • Trying a lighter color like ivory or cream in gables, and a darker color on the rest of the home
  • Using vinyl shingles in an area you want to accent on the front of the home
  • Installing scalloped vinyl shingles in gables and Dutch Lap everywhere else

Most vinyl siding styles are installed in the same fashion, so you shouldn't have to learn any additional installation methods. Get creative with vinyl siding to give your home the look you want.

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