Here you can see what the Mystic Blue shake siding looks like when the sun shines from behind on this home in North Babylon. Mystic Blue is a light color, but has a wide spectrum of shades depending on the lighting. This home was sided with shake shingles, and accented with midnight blue shutters.
Here we sided this home in Port Washington with Mystic Blue shake shingles in the front. Every siding color offers a broad spectrum of shades depending on the angle of which the sun hits. You can see the difference in the Mystic Blue color and how it lightens up when the sun is directly angled on the panel on a clear Summer day.
We replaced the siding on this split-level home in Glen Cove wherever there was existing siding. The home maintained its brick facade, while the visible sided parts were replaced with Mystic Blue dutch lap vinyl siding. The siding was also accented with Navy Blue shutters in order to break the light blue color.
This home underwent a trifecta of renovations, which included windows, siding, and roofing. We replaced the roof with biscayne blue architectural shingles, as well as supplied and replaced the gutters and leaders. Then we replaced all the windows with new double hung replacement vinyl windows and picture window set ups featuring double hung flankers.
The next step in the process was to match a siding color that complemented the roof, which the homeowner decided for the “Mystic Blue” color. We put shakes in the front and clapboard siding on the sides. The homeowner also wanted to transition from an all blew color theme, so they decided for cranberry red shutters. Overall installation process took about two weeks.