Ever wondered how two siding colors would look on your home even before applying them? When you pick a palette, it’s only natural to want to see how they will look upon completion. This way, if you fancy a different set of colors you can easily make the switch before committing financially.
Thanks to the Home Color Tool from James Hardie®, you no longer have to leave it to your imagination. Let Twin Cities Siding Professionals, the St. Paul siding expert, discuss all you need to know about this online gizmo:
Step One – Pick a Main Color
This tool lets you pick a color combination that includes the main siding tone and its accent. Pick a main from the following categories:
- Warm – Countrylane Red, Chestnut Brown, Sandstone beige, Khaki Brown, Autumn Tan, Navajo Beige, and Woodland Cream
- Fresh – Mountain Sage and Heathered Moss
- Cool – Deep Ocean, Evening Blue, Gray Slate, Boothbay Blue, and Light Mist
- Dark – Iron Gray, Aged Pewter, Rich Espresso, Night Gray, and Timber Bark
- Light – Sail Cloth and Arctic White
- Neutral – Woodstock Brown, Pearl Gray, Monterey Taupe, and Cobble Stone
Step Two – See the Color on a Home
Choose a home style that mostly resembles yours so you can check out how the color will appear. If you prefer a different color for your siding in St. Paul, simply go back to step one and pick again.
Step Three – Choose the Accent and Trim Colors
You can pick colors from the curated palettes section that works best with the main color. If you prefer a more creative approach, you can go for colors under the custom palettes section. Simply mix and match until you are satisfied with your chosen combination.
Step Four – Save and Share
You will see the final image with options to save, share, or get a quote. You can also start again if you want a different color mix or home style. As your trusted St. Paul siding contractor, Twin Cities Siding Professionals will be happy to work with you to select the best colors for your home. We will consider the architectural style of your house, as well as the dominant color in your neighborhood.