There are many factors to consider when picking out siding, including the style of the home, its design elements, and the overall character of the neighborhood. Below are some examples of styles that might spark inspiration for you.

Craftsman Bungalow


Craftsman bungalow homes feature low-pitched, gabled roofs, and prominent front porches. With their intricate woodwork and handmade details, these homes pair well with darker siding.

What You Need To Know
  • Low-pitched, gabled roof and prominent front porch
  • Features intricate woodwork and handmade details
  • Pairs well with darker siding

Modern Farmhouse


With their blend of rustic and refined, modern farmhouse homes focus on functionality. They are characterized by clearly defined formal and informal spaces.

What You Need To Know
  • A blend of rustic and refined
  • Focus on functionality
  • Clearly defined formal and informal spaces

Updated Ranch


Updated ranch homes feature open, single-story floor plans. Other defining characteristics include sliding glass doors, low rooflines, and attached front garages.

What You Need To Know
  • Open, single-story floor plans
  • Sliding glass doors and low rooflines
  • Attached front garages

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