Gutters are one of the most important features of your home. They serve as your protection against rain and potential water damage. Without them, nothing can control the water hitting your roof. With such an important factor in mind, it might be easy to overlook the color of your gutters. In this post, we’ll talk you through whether or not you should get a neutral or bold shade.
Choosing Neutral Colors
Neutral colors are almost always a great choice because they won’t clash with the entire aesthetics of your home. To pick a neutral shade, first determine whether it matches the color of your garage. Fortunately, most installers offer a wide range of muted colors from beige, tan, white and gray. If you consider this one, you won’t have to worry about your homeowners’ association (HOA) as these are usually ideal under any HOA’s guidelines.
Picking Bold Colors
If you plan on spicing things up and giving your property a personality, you can never go wrong with selecting bright gutter colors. For this one, a pro-tip you must keep in mind is to choose a shade that will stand out the most from the rest of your home. Gutter teams say that you can consider Kelly green, bright blue and even pink.
However, before deciding to go with bold colors, it is vital to determine whether it fits your home’s architectural style, your existing exterior decorations and your landscaping. Do not hesitate to seek guidance and assistance from experienced and knowledgeable contractors in your community.
Since 2004, Northeast Gutters and Remodeling has worked with thousands of clients for interior and exterior upgrades. We’re a factory-certified roofing contractor with GAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer, and we are authorized to bring you extended warranty options. Our dedication to our craft and customers has earned us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau®. We can handle your next project, from residential roofing and gutters to commercial siding and painting! Call us today at (860) 896-7115, or just fill out our convenient online form.