You want to give your dental practice a fresh, modern look. You want the appeal to be both exciting but approachable, so you want to choose siding that will have the most universal attraction. Classic brick is too harsh for your taste and doesn't stand out among the other buildings nearby, and you don't want to go with something that is too home-like or cozy.
What to choose? Classic vinyl is a wise choice, for many reasons. If you want your dental practice to stand out in positive ways, then vinyl is worth speaking to your contractor about. Here are a few reasons why.
Vinyl comes in a variety of neutral tones
Do you want to give your dental practice a splash of color but you don't want to be too overly noticeable with your curb appeal? Vinyl siding comes in a variety of neutral colors that will give your practice the right tone and professional look. Consider off-white, yellow, gray, slate, and a blue-gray color for your vinyl siding.
If you want, you can also choose a single side of your building to be more bold in color, like choosing a navy or dark brown vinyl siding wall along the side or back of your dental practice. Your construction contractor will help you select the right colors for your vinyl siding so your building is both attractive and professional. You can look at other dental practices to see what colors work well on their exteriors to help inspire you.
Vinyl comes in a variety of textures
Do you want your dental business's siding to resemble wood or stone? Do you want the vinyl to be flat in its application? You can choose the texture of your vinyl siding to make your dental practice stand out with more earthy textures, or you can make the building look streamlined with more smooth finishes. The color of vinyl you choose matters: the lighter the vinyl, the more textures can stand out.
Vinyl is durable and long-lasting
Vinyl is a siding option that is easy to care for and lasts for a long time. If you want your siding to look great for a long time, then this is the option that may be best for you. You can compare vinyl to other types of siding with your contractor to see what type of siding will ultimately work best for needs. In many ways, vinyl will work well for your professional use.