Customizing the exterior of your home can make a major difference in the overall outward appeal of the house. A custom home exteriors company that can handle this kind of change is a key player in the process, but there will be certain decisions you have to make as well to ensure you get what you want. Take a look at some of the questions you will have to ask before the work on the outer parts of your home gets started.
Will you be changing the exterior color of the house?
Changing the exterior color of the house can change everything about how it looks. For instance, a red brick home looks completely different if it is painted white. Changing the color drastically is a huge decision to make, and it is not a decision to be taken lightly. Therefore, if you do plan to change the color, think about all the other things that will have to also change so the end result looks good. You may have to change window trim colors, the roof color, or even just the shutters if you make any major moves where color is concerned.
Do you want to achieve a certain exterior appearance?
Is there a theme you have in mind or an overall exterior design you wish to achieve? Some people opt for a custom exterior makeover because they specifically want their home to boast a new look. For example, maybe the exterior they have now is a country cottage with its natural stone implements and light roof, but they really want a more modern home with a Western appeal. These kinds of design ideas always have certain elements that match, so if you have something in mind, talk it over with the professionals before getting started.
Are you happy with the roof you have on your home?
The roof of the home is a huge visual part of the exterior, even though it is often discounted as such. When you are doing an exterior makeover, you will have to decide if you are content with the roof you have and how it now looks on your home or how it will affect the end look after renovations. For example, your current red metal roof may look just fine now with your white vinyl siding, but will it suffice or make visual sense if you change the siding to grey stucco?