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How to Choose the Best Replacement Window Color

How to Choose the Best Replacement Window Color

Do you want to get your windows replaced this fall? One of the aesthetic factors that will come up is window color.

Do you want to get your windows replaced this fall? One of the aesthetic factors that will come up is window color. You could always choose to repaint your replacement windows, but vinyl windows are limited regarding the paint colors they have available. Also, painting a vinyl window typically voids the warranty. However, when you are selecting your windows, keep in mind that manufacturers can add color to the frames during the production process. So what colors can you consider?

Choose Complementary Colors

To make your home’s exterior look fantastic, one way to go is to choose complementary colors. Your window color should blend in with that of your siding, and even if it isn’t identical, it should still work well. Consider the look of a gray house – if the window color is a little bit lighter or darker, it creates a smooth and modern aesthetic.

Choose Opposing Colors

While choosing complementary colors for your windows can look great, sometimes contrast is a pleasant surprise as well. By selecting opposite colors, you can make your new replacement windows stand out more clearly and become a talking point to boast about to your neighbors.

Choose Warmer Colors

If you find the variety of colors confusing, it might be best to use one palette of colors for your new windows, along with the rest of your home’s exterior. For instance, if your siding is done in a warmer tone, your window color should also be warmer, too. If your siding is dark red, choose warm brown windows, both of which are perfect for the fall.

Choose Cool Colors

Likewise, if your current exterior uses cool colors, you should go with similar colors for your replacement windows. What would this look like, you ask? If your siding is purple, consider using light blue windows to go with it.

Choose Neutral Colors

While bolder colors might grab a viewer’s attention, it may not be the best idea to choose a bold window color. Installing replacement windows is a major investment, and you want to make the most of it. Instead, consider a neutral color for your windows and experiment with wilder colors for your siding and trim. Three popular choices of neutral color include beige, sandstone, and charcoal gray.

Replacement Windows from Capital Remodeling

Capital Remodeling is ready to transform your home this fall with affordable and durable replacement windows that come with the best-looking colors possible. With our quality replacement window options and remodeling services, affordable prices, and flawless customer service, you will love the end result. If you are ready for a free quote, visit us online or give us a call at 1-800-310-7154. To see examples of our work, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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