Exterior remodeling projects require thorough planning and careful selection of materials. They’re usually expensive, so correcting errors can have a significant impact on your budget. That’s why before committing to a specific style or materials, you should expose yourself to a variety of design ideas and get as much inspiration as you can. This way, you can be more certain about how you want your home’s exterior to look.

In this article, Woodbridge Home Exteriors, a local contractor that offers vinyl siding installation and other remodeling services, shares the following tips on where you can get inspiration for your exterior renovation project.

Social Media

The Internet is an unlimited resource of exterior design ideas. From Pinterest to Houzz, these platforms can show you a vast range of styles and looks. Save pictures of designs you like and you can go as far as creating a mood board featuring these photos.

Your Neighborhood

Drive around your neighborhood and see how other homeowners in your community have designed their homes. If you’re friends with some of them, try to ask about the materials they chose. Take photos of the colors and styles that appeal to you and pay attention to the types of roofing and windows that are common in your area. This could be a good indication of what you should get for your own home.

Showrooms

Visiting showrooms is also a good way to find inspiration for your exterior renovation. And since you can see the actual appearance of the products, it can make it easier for you to shortlist the best options. You can also take this opportunity to have a chat with a salesperson or an expert. Ask about options, customizations, prices and other concerns that you may have.

For more than 25 years, local homeowners have been counting on Woodbridge Home Exteriors. We offer a comprehensive range of services including siding installation, window replacement and other home remodeling jobs. Call us at (972) 217-7585 or fill out our contact form to request an estimate. We serve homeowners in Topeka, KS, and Arlington and Dallas, TX.