If there’s one way to instantly boost your curb appeal it is to give your exterior vinyl siding a fresh new coat of paint. You’ll be surprised at how big a difference a repainting job can make in instantly transform your home’s look. Couple it with colors chosen by professional designers, and you have the perfect recipe for a quick exterior makeover that’s doesn’t have to break the bank.
Here are a few of the best tips from our expert designers and remodelers at Independent Construction Services about the effective use of paint to upgrade your home’s curb appeal.
When you look for inspiration on Pinterest or any online architectural magazine, it may sound like a great idea to use shockingly bright colors on your walls. This may look amazing in photographs, but it is rarely a good idea in the real world. You can still use a wide variety of colors, of course, but it’s best to stick muted naturals hues, particularly those that work well with your roof replacement.
Another tried-and-tested design technique for exterior colors is to choose dark shades for your front door. Black works best but you can also take inspiration from chocolate, dark wood and other high-contrast hues. For homes with a comparatively brighter exterior, a dark door might get lost visually. Consider using light-colored paint on the trims and frame to highlight your entrance.
Trust the Pros
Painting may seem like an easy task until you actually do it yourself. There are many advantages to choosing a professional exterior painting service to get your project completed on time and with as few problems as possible. A professional painter can also give you ideas about which colors would work for your home and which ones would stand out like a sore thumb. This can greatly increase your curb appeal and the value of your home.
At Independent Construction Services, we are your leading remodeling company as well as professional painting services. Give us a call at (828) 358-1780 or fill out our contact form and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Candler, NC.