A good metal siding can add wonderful sightlines to your home's appearance. Every metal panel profile we offer can be used as siding metal on homes. There are endless ways and possibilities to create farmhouse style with metal siding applications. Bridger Steel offers farmhouse siding that will truly take your home's exterior to the next level!
Standing Seam metal systems are one of the most popular choices for ranch and farmhouse designs. Their clean, uninterrupted lines are a common feature in the original farmhouse siding styles, and have since continued in more modern farmhouse designs.
Recently, we are seeing more homes continue to use the strong lines of the roof onto siding for truly seamless looks. This keeps up with the simple lines and limited décor on the exterior of these homes with metal siding.
Another popular option for farmhouse siding is the Ultra Batten panel on full walls or as exterior wainscoting. This panel was designed to mimic the traditional board and batten style found on original farmhouses. This panel creates bold lines and offers a more durable, longer lasting alternative to wood siding.
Popular Finishes for Farmhouse Standing Seam Metal Siding: White, Light Grays, Dark Browns, and Bare Metals
A fun and unique way to break up the traditional brick or wood siding on these style of homes is to add vertical Corrugated metal siding. This can help add texture and dimension, along with visual interest to the exterior of your home.
Corrugated metal siding is a classic and traditional choice for exterior use that's been around for hundreds of years. Using this panel for siding is an easy choice for those looking to add a pop of rustic charm to their home.
Over-sized openings, such as doors and windows, are popular in this style of design, and Corrugated metal simply enhances these beautiful features. Additionally, the consistent corrugation pattern helps hide small imperfections over time from weather or impacts.
Popular Finishes for Farmhouse Corrugated Metal Siding: Rawhide Textures, Specialty Prints, and Bright Colors
When it comes to farmhouse siding, there tends to be two distinct color schemes that are most frequently used: light, crisp colors or dark, natural colors that blend into wooded areas.
Light gray and white siding is becoming popular in more modern farmhouses, while darker tones are typically seen in more traditional builds. The use of farmhouse metal siding on houses helps create a unique look that is as stunning as it is strong.