When it comes to bricks, red brick is the most common variety in the Midwest. According to market research, about 57 percent of Midwest homeowners have red brick details on their homes.
With the scientific advances in the building products industry over the past hundred years, James Hardie Building Products has engineered a fiber cement siding that combines beautiful design with high performance. James Hardie® siding and trim help withstand damage from moisture and rot, resist damage from termites, and generally require less upkeep than wood siding.
This siding performs under extreme hot or cold conditions— it is noncombustible and can slow down the progress of flames, as well as help withstand a Midwest blizzard. And it looks great, too, especially when paired with red brick details.
Here are some home examples featuring James Hardie’s ColorPlus® Technology colors that complement red brick:
This beautiful Minneapolis home is clad in HardiePlank® lap siding in Woodstock Brown with HardieTrim® boards in Arctic White. The gables are clad in staggered edge HardieShingle® siding in Countrylane Red to complement the red brick.
Subtle in the Suburbs
This Chicago suburban home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Navajo Beige. This classically comfortable hue looks subtle next to the red brick.
Blue meets Brick
These homeowners chose HardiePlank lap siding in bold Evening Blue to pair with the red brick on their exterior. The Arctic White HardieTrim boards around the windows make the blue, red and white a well-working trio.
James Hardie’s curated color collection options each complement one another, making it simple to choose a siding and trim color that look great together, whether you have red brick details on your exterior or not. You no longer have to feel overwhelmed sifting through piles of color swatches – check out James Hardie’s ColorPlus color palette.