Enhance Your Curb Appeal with Stone Siding & Other Exterior Options
Bored with the standard lap siding offerings that you see on every other house? You may need something that makes a bigger impact. That’s where stone siding comes in. At Johnson County Siding & Window Co., we offer stone veneer siding from Centurion Stone. This siding has the look and feel of stone, made from natural stone patterns to give an authentic impression. You can use it as the prominent material when it comes to your siding or combine it with other siding elements to add more texture. Here are a few of our favorite designs using stone siding.
Your home’s facade is the key to your curb appeal. It faces the street, and it’s the first thing people see when they look at your home. That’s why many homeowners prefer to use stone siding for their home’s facade, to make a bold statement right away. A stone facade has a grand, classic look that’s hard to look away from, and it’s refreshing after rows and rows of lap board siding. When you use this exterior design, you can cover the rest of your home in James Hardie fiber cement siding or vinyl siding.
Stucco and Stone
Want an appealing contrast of textures? Consider the rough nature of stone veneer against the smooth feeling of stucco siding. Stucco and stone siding are natural opposites and thus the perfect pair. You can remodel the front facade of your home in stucco and stone and finish the rest of the home with fiber cement siding, as suggested above.
Sometimes a little stone goes a long way. You can cover the majority of the home in fiber cement or Mastic vinyl siding, with little touches of stone veneer along the trim. This not only adds a nice contrast without being overpowering, but it draws the eye to the home’s entrance, as well as any flowerbeds or gardens that you might have along the base of the house.
Many homes have done away with chimneys and fireplaces, but some still prefer the classic look and feeling. If you still have a chimney, or you’re interested in installing a chimney, consider covering it in stone veneer. Like the stone trim, this is something that adds more of a subtle touch, but it’s all that much more effective for being subtle.
This often goes hand-in-hand with stone trim, but you can also finish or build your porch with stone veneer. This not only makes your porch look more attractive and boosts your curb appeal, but it makes it sturdier as well. This is a porch that will stand up to the elements, as well as a porch that you’ll want to spend time on.
Are you ready to class up your curb appeal with stone veneer siding? Contact Johnson County Siding & Window Co. today for more information or a free quote.