A stunning roof and siding color combination will improve a home’s curb appeal for decades, so it’s critical to pick the ideal match that matches your home’s distinct personality.

 

Whether you’re fully re-roofing or re-siding your home, these suggestions can help you select a house and roof color combination that you’ll be happy with for years to come.

 

HOW TO MATCH A NEW SIDING COLOR WITH YOUR CURRENT ROOF

 

If you’re starting a re-side project and intend to preserve your home’s existing roofing, a decent rule of thumb for matching siding color to your home’s roof is to pair a warm color with another warm color or a cool color with another cool color.

 

If your home has a warm-colored roof, such as brick red or rusty tan, choose siding in a warm color, such as tan, beige, or brown. Select a cool hue of siding, such as blue, gray, or green, for a roof with shingles in a cool color, such as black or slate gray.

 

HOW TO MATCH A NEW ROOF COLOR TO THE CURRENT SIDING ON YOUR HOME

 

If you’re re-roofing your home and wondering how to match roof shingles to your house color, there’s one thing to remember: stick to the basics. Shades of black, brown, gray, and red are the most popular roof shingle colors.

 

These popular shingle hues are derived from materials that have been used by builders for centuries: slate, wood, metal, and clay. Variations of black, brown, gray, and red roof colors are now available in a wide range of roofing materials. Bring roofing samples home and place them next to your siding to choose which classic color best complements your property.

 

Experiment with lighter tones for a more vibrant appearance, or darker shades for a more dramatic effect. Keep in mind that darker roof colors might attract more heat into the home, which can be a benefit or a disadvantage depending on your local environment.