Ever wanted to see what your house would look like with new siding or a different color scheme? Well now you can with House Color Schemes.com
It's the easiest and most affordable way to give yourself peace of mind before starting any major home improvement project.
Choosing new siding, roofing and trim colors for your house can be a stressful process. And picking the wrong colors can be an expensive mistake or mean that you have to live with a home that doesn’t quite look the way you imagined.
Using photographs of your house or an architect's drawing, we will not only show you what your chosen colors will look like on your house but also let you explore and compare alternative color schemes and building materials in the comfort of your home.
"We take the guesswork and stress out of home improvement"
Can’t decide between wooden window frames and vinyl frames? Don’t just imagine what it will look like. We’ll show you.
Ever wondered what a stone façade would look like around your porch? We’ll show you that too.
Block paving, poured concrete or tarmac. We'll show you that too.
New dormer or a new story? Gable or hip roof? You've guessed it. We can show you that too.
Homeowners - take the guesswork out of home improvement with an artist’s impression of your finished project. Try different color schemes, new windows and doors, patios & decks or alternative landscaping options. Experiment without having to live with the consequences.
Architects / Builders - show customers a preview of their new addition without needing to do a full set of drawings first.
Landscapers - give your customers peace of mind and let them see what their new water feature will look like before you start digging.
Realtors - struggling to sell a house that’s in need of some attention? Help home-buyers see your vision by giving the house a virtual fresh coat of paint, new siding, manicured lawn and flower-beds.
Siding Installers - give your customer the chance to see their home with different siding options and differentiate yourself from your competitors.