Gray Siding in the Northeast

After exploring the exterior home preferences of Northeast homeowners, the results
are in—gray tones are all the rage. The top five colors across the board are grays
and whites. And about 40 percent of Northeast homeowners are opting for some
color in the gray family.

James Hardie heard the call and designed some stylish gray tones now available in
the Northeast. Homeowners can currently clad their homes in Aged Pewter, Gray
Slate, Iron Gray, Night Gray and Pearl Gray.

Besides the sought-out gray hue, there’s the added benefit of James Hardie’s
ColorPlus ® Technology—a baked-on color option that helps resist color loss. This
means your siding will look fresh over time without a ton of maintenance.

Here’s a sampling of a few of our favorite gray-sided homes:

Light and Airy
This New England beauty is clad in HardiePlank ® lap siding in Pearl Gray, the
lightest of the gray siding options. When paired with the HardieTrim ® boards in
Arctic White, it’s easier to see the subtle tone of the gray hue. The color matches
nicely with the light brick and decking.

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Nighttime in New England
It’s important to check out the color of home siding at dusk to be sure you like the
hue whether it’s night or day. This home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Iron
Gray with Arctic White HardieTrim boards. The deeper gray almost matches the
pavement of the street in the night sky.

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Iron Gray by Day
Here’s a look at the same dark, dusty siding color with crisp Arctic White
HardieTrim boards in the daylight. The colors add a modern feel to the classic
Northeast home.

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