How to Match Vinyl Siding Colors With Red Brick

Vinyl siding made a splash in the 50s, and it’s been a top choice for siding ever since. In fact, over 32% of new homes being built use vinyl siding. Vinyl is made out of plastic and other synthetic materials. This can be problematic if you want to use vinyl siding in a home with red brick features. Here are some reasons why you should go with vinyl siding, too, and how to match it to red brick.

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Benefits of Vinyl Siding

There’s a reason that so many people choose vinyl siding. Here are some of the benefits of vinyl siding.


The main reason that people choose vinyl is that it’s extremely inexpensive compared to other options. Vinyl is also inexpensive to install at only about $1.60 per square foot.

Low maintenance

Vinyl doesn’t require extensive maintenance. In fact, you only have to wash it down with a hose or power washer about once a year, and it will look good as new. Even more amazing, vinyl won’t need to be repainted. The color on vinyl maintains its color without chipping.


Vinyl siding is strong enough to withstand quite a bit of punishment. It can withstand fierce winds and rain without damage. This makes it a smart choice no matter where you live! 55- gauge siding can even last well over 40 years.

Because manufacturers are so confident of the product, they usually offer great lifetime warranties as well. Be sure to hold on to the warranty in case anything happens!

Resale Value

Vinyl siding will cost you up front, but you’ll be surprised how much you will get back when you sell your home. If you need new siding, vinyl siding will greatly increase the value of your home.


Vinyl siding is extremely appealing. You can choose from almost any color under the sun. It’s also quite versatile and can match with any material. Talk to a professional about the colors and designs they offer.

You’ll be sure to find something that will make your home look great. The better your home looks, the more it will be worth. People want a home with good curb appeal.


It’s more important than ever to be mindful of the waste we generate and what we do with it. Luckily, vinyl can be recycled when it’s removed. You can even find recycled siding, and it usually costs significantly less than new material.

No Water Damage

Water can do a lot of damage to a home. Luckily, water won’t affect vinyl badly. In fact, it will just slide right off of the siding. This means that it will last longer than some other options.

It also won’t create any mold or mildew. Mold and mildew can cause health concerns for you and your family as well as create an unpleasant smell.

Matching Vinyl with Brick

You may think that it’s difficult to match red brick with vinyl, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact, the top materials can look quite stunning together. Here are some tips on how to make your neighbors envious with the two different materials.

Match the Color

As mentioned, vinyl can come in virtually any color. Look for a color that matches the color of your bricks. Red or brown are a couple of common colors. The same color helps contribute to a consistent look.

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Similar Tones

Who said that every part of your home has to be the same color? If you have red brick, you can opt for brown siding or visa versa. Try something that has similar tones, though. Keep warm tones and cool tones together. This adds a new dimension to the look of your home.


Whatever color your brick is, it will always go with a neutral siding. Try white or tan. You can even try grey. While not the most colorful option, it’s safe and will give you plenty of opportunities when selling the home in the future.


Some people like to think outside of the box. If you’re the type that likes to try something different, go for it! Use a vinyl color that completely contrasts the color of your brick. Try pairing red brick with blue siding or pink brick with black siding. This is especially great for people who like to stand out and don’t want to match the other houses in your neighborhood. Remember that this might make it difficult to sell your home in the future if people don’t share your taste. Be thoughtful when you’re daring. This is a great option for people who plan to live in their home for a long time.

Look at pictures on Pinterest to get a visual on how well the combination can work.

You may decide to add some vinyl siding to your home with brick elements. Don’t be afraid to match the two materials because they can go very well together. Experiment and look at your favorite color combinations. It doesn’t matter what color brick you have on your home, you will find vinyl to match it!

Trust a Professional to Match Your Vinyl Siding with Red Brick

Matching your vinyl siding with red brick can drastically increase your home’s curb appeal. Only at Feldco, you’ll find the right vinyl siding styles and colors that will compliment your brick siding. Our vinyl siding can withstand extreme weather conditions and temperatures of the Midwest. Speak to a product specialist and get a free quote today.

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