One of the most affordable and versatile siding options on the block is vinyl siding. While the cost and low maintenance may attract most homeowners, others with a design focus are largely attracted to the wide range of colors vinyl siding offers.
There are dozens of vinyl siding color combinations out there. While tans and grays are still the dominant colors of choice, bold homeowners are choosing to vastly upgrade their curb appeal with colorful vinyl siding.
If you are thinking of upgrading, painting or installing new siding, see our vinyl siding color guide below.
Vinyl Siding Cost
According to our vinyl siding cost estimator, the average price of vinyl siding ranges between $3.50/sf and $7.50/sf and as such, is the most common type of siding in the U.S.
Vinyl Siding Color Combinations
The siding color you choose will largely depend on the manufacturer or the siding professional you use for installation. However, there are some handy homeowners who can install vinyl siding without a service professional. Fortunately, there are plenty of color combinations at your local Home Depot or Lowe’s.
Vinyl Siding Colors at The Home Depot
- Dark Brown
- Light Brown
Vinyl Siding Colors at Lowe’s
While the dominant colors of the world are represented at both stores, a world of options becomes available when you go straight to a manufacturer or siding company, one such of which is ProVia. According to their website, they offer 33 different vinyl siding colors. Clearly, there is a color for any home across the world.
Additional Vinyl Siding Colors
- Antique Gray
- Antique white
- Harvest Cedar
- Harvest Wheat
- Mountain Berry
- Sunset Cedar
While most siding choices should last at least 10-15 years, many vinyl siding options will fade over time and as such, need a few repairs. To keep your curb appeal, you will have to paint. Luckily, vinyl siding can be painted as long as you thoroughly clean the siding first and use a latex paint.
Vinyl Siding Options & Maintenance
Whether installing new siding or repairing existing siding, one should be aware of the types of vinyl siding available and maintenance items that come along with each one.
Two of the more prominent vinyl siding options are liquid vinyl and insulated vinyl. Liquid vinyl is a spray-on application and insulated vinyl, while more expensive, saves you more in energy costs down the line.
To limit those costs, you should complete basic maintenance items such as power washing every six months or showering the side of the house with a hose. Furthermore, after a storm, check for dirt around the edges and hose if necessary.
If you prefer the look of vinyl to wood, brick, metal, stucco of fiber cement, there is a siding color out there that will fit your home and community perfectly. All that’s left is to make the big decision.
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