Make Your Home Amazing With Designer Quality Siding
A well designed house makes you happy when you see it. Your home's siding is it's face, and you want it to make you feel good and be a reliable long-term investment.
Fiber Cement Siding
Top of the line siding option. 5x thicker than vinyl siding allows for both a more authentic wood grain look and more climate resistance against our rough winters.
Fiber cement siding by James Hardie is specificually manufactured to resist the most damaging predators to your home's exterior: freezing temperatures, humidity, termites and other pests, fire and moisture related damage.
When Fiber Cement isn't in the budget, we opt for the top-of-the-line vinyl siding from Certainteed. Flexible design means it's often an ideal choice for homeowners who want to mix value and benefits of the premium option.
Durable, low maintenance exterior siding. Eliminates the need for repainting year after year, and comes with a Lifetime Fade Protection guarantee from Certainteed.
Want help deciding? We'll come out and give you a personalized consultation to help you with the best option for your situation.
Life is beautiful in color. Step 1 is finding your siding's perfect coloration to match your personality, scenery and neighborhood.
Warm & Vibrant Colors
Warm colors such as gold yellow, deep oranges
and red hues bring to mind a sense of
autumn in the Adirondacks.
DESIGNER ADVICE: For more traditional home styles in more rural areas or older cities such as Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs, use a gray toned red. Browns and warm reds, or even a subtle yellow color are best for ranch style homes or craftsman homes.
Popular Warm Colors in the Capital Region:
Cool & Serene Colors
Cool colors, resembling the ocean and sky
always have a calming effect when looked on.
Homes with cool & serene colors have a coastal impression.
DESIGNER ADVICE: For homes with shingle roofs, gray and blue shades give a classic Cape Cod impression. However, as one of the most popular color tones, a blue-gray home will never look out of place.
Popular Cool Colors around Hudson Valley:
Lush & Fresh Colors
Yellow and green gives a sense of happiness and freshness.
Yellow-green gives an impression of new growth,
while deep green says "maturity."
DESIGNER ADVICE: Green works well in areas like Bethlehem, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls and Clifton Park - where there are lots of old, leafy trees around. Choose a more yellow base for casual houses and cottages, or a colonial with green shutters.
Popular Lush Colors around Bethlehem & Saratoga Springs:
Light & Simple Colors
Soft pastel colors and white give a pure, clean appearance.
However, going with only light colors can be boring.
Add accent touches of other hues to add personality & interest.
DESIGNER ADVICE: Colonial houses do best using light colors to give a classic feel. Rich, green lawns give a white house a beautiful look, and if you have an A-frame cottage pastel colors look sweet and charming. White for the trim always looks great.
Popular Light Colors in Albany:
Dark & Romantic Colors
Dark grays, greens and blues have an intellectual and modern feel.
Combined with white trim, drama is created.
DESIGNER ADVICE: Old neighborhoods, such as Troy or Schenectady are well suited to the darker colors because the house won't stick out like a sore thumb. Urban environments like Albany or Colonie where there is a mix of old and new are also well suited for this color type.
Popular Dark Colors around Albany, Troy & Schenectady: