When it comes to home improvement, there’s hardly a homeowner who doesn’t aim for perfection. After all, who doesn’t want to maximize his or her investment? Whether you are building your home or replacing certain components, it pays to know something about design. As your local home improvement expert, we at Tittle Brothers Construction would be happy to help, and we can start by pairing the right roofing and siding with your existing home style.
Here are three common architectural designs along with the Ann Arbor roofing and siding that complement them well:
Tudor style is basically inspired by medieval English architecture. It has a defined four-centered arch, which gives it a naturally elegant look. Although Tudor homes usually sport a brick and stucco exterior, it actually goes well with vinyl siding thanks to its architectural symmetry and already-gorgeous appearance. When it comes to roofing material, GAF’s Slateline® and Camelot® II will work just fine. These roof styles are available in grays and browns, which will add more texture to Tudor architecture.
Many homeowners love the simplicity of ranch-style homes. While many of them have wood or stucco exteriors, fiber cement siding will look equally fantastic. Furthermore, the fiber cement siding that James Hardie® offers have multiple benefits. If you’re looking for good roof material, GAF’s Grand Sequoia®, Grand Canyon®, and Timberline® shingles give a rugged wood-shake appearance that looks great on a ranch home’s long and low roofline.
Colonial houses usually have multi-paned windows and pitched roofs. Both vinyl and fiber cement siding materials look terrific in a colonial home because they radiate a stylish and fresh look that highlights a home’s most prominent features, such as its roof. To ensure that your colonial home stands out, choose a roof that adds texture. Foster the timeless beauty of wood shake or slate by using GAF’s Camelot®, Camelot®II, and Slateline® shingles.
Consult Tittle Brothers Construction at (877) 228-5658 to learn more about the kind of siding and roofing in Ann Arbor that would look well on your home. We even offer a range of remodeling services covering sunrooms, decks, patios, porches, windows, and more. You can also turn to us if you need a bath or kitchen makeover.