May 31, 2019
Shingle Selection 101: What You Need To Know
Creating a home you love through color selection
Roof renovation can bring your home from outdated to fresh and bold. If it’s time for a roof replacement or renovation, mix it up with a bold color scheme. If you already have a siding and door color picked out, choosing a shingle is next up on the list. Let’s dive into the trends, classics and everything you need to know for a cohesive roof and home combination!
Welcome to the Bright Side
Many home-owners are swapping their neutral home schemes for a pop of color. If your home already has a bold color feature, you’re on the right track. Try mixing a neutral shingle with a brightly toned accent shingle. A few of our favorite accent colors this year are rust, orange and blue.
Choosing a bright accent color draws attention to your home and provides an instant, modern look.
But How Do I Choose?
Selecting a color scheme that you’ll have for 20 years to come can feel daunting, especially when popular color schemes change from decade to decade. Our team of roofing specialists is here to help you achieve a timeless look - just give us a call and share your vision. Enterprise Roofing will bring your home to life and we’ll be there to walk you through the process, step-by-step.
Here’s How We Can Help!
Our team works with homeowners and businesses every day to help them make the best decisions for their home design, family safety and financial goals. Our team will help you weigh your options and ensure you’re choosing a design that will be both modern and long-lasting for years to come.
Let’s get to work on turning your house into the home of your dreams. Give us a call today at 937-453-3933 to request a quote or roof evaluation.
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