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Is Cobble Stone Right for Your Home? What Are the Top Color Combos for Cobble Stone? Why Choose ColorPlus® Cobble Stone Siding? What Kind of Siding Comes in Cobble Stone? Why Hire Us to Install James Hardie Cobble Stone Siding? How Long Does James Hardie Cobble Stone Siding Last? Learn More About Cobble Stone Siding Today

Are you looking for a simple and stylish color choice for the exterior of your home in Illinois? If you’re interested in a warm and welcoming neutral color, you may want to consider James Jardie Cobble Stone siding.

You have many color options with James Hardie, and Cobble Stone is a lovely, beautiful choice. Since CobbleStone is a lighter color, it works well with darker accents. You can work with the Opal Enterprises team to find the best color options for your property.

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Is Cobble Stone Right for Your Home?

If you want a warm, simple, and welcoming color for your Glenview home, then ColorPlus®  Cobble Stone siding from James Hardie may provide the look you want. This toupee-based hue has warm undertones. It is a classic color that can work with your traditional home.

When choosing your siding color, you want to consider several factors, including:

  • Your home’s style
  • How you want to feel when you get home
  • The accents you want

Starting with a neutral color like Cobble Stone represents an excellent first step in many cases, but you must find the ideal hue for your home. Cobble Stone looks light in the sun but can get dark during the winter. It is versatile, and you must see it under various lights.

Questions? Call 847-380-8868 in Des Plaines and 630-355-6557 in Naperville

What Are the Top Color Combos for Cobble Stone?

James Hardie Cobble Stone siding works well with darker hues, and Illinois homeowners are keen on choosing arctic white trim, which really pops when used against the sophisticated neutral color of Cobble Stone.

You can pick accents to add to this color pair, with popular choices being:

  • Iron Gray
  • Autumn Tan
  • Mountain Sage

Homeowners seem to agree that cobblestone always works well with arctic white trim, but other options are available. Express yourself with color and work with our project managers to get your desired aesthetic.

Complete the picture with a bold and eye-catching light fixture and a black door to give your home a striking appearance in Illinois.

Why Choose ColorPlus® Cobble Stone Siding?

ColorPlus® Cobble Stone siding offers homeowners in Illinois several benefits. Fiber cement products require minimal maintenance, saving you time and money over the life of the siding. In fact, James Hardie’s manufacturing process can reduce the odds of:

  • Peeling
  • Chipping
  • Cracking
  • Fading

ColorPlus® siding from James Hardie has a uniform color, giving your home an attractive look when you choose Cobble Stone.

James Hardie also offers a 15-year limited warranty for ColorPlus® products. The warranty covers both labor and paint, providing you with confidence about your Cobble Stone siding purchase.

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What Kind of Siding Comes in Cobble Stone?

You can select James Hardie Cobble Stone siding in several different styles. Depending on your personal tastes, you may choose:

  • Shingle siding
  • Panel vertical siding
  • Plank lap siding
  • Trim boards

ColorPlus® Cobble Stone is a welcoming color that also gives off casual vibes. It is a custom color by James Hardie, and you cannot get the exact match anywhere else.

You can also implement it into your trim or as an accent, but it is best as a siding color. The Opal Enterprises team will find ways to incorporate your color choices through the James Hardie brand of products seamlessly.

Why Hire Us to Install James Hardie Cobble Stone Siding?

Our team at Opal Enterprises earned recognition as an Elite Preferred James Hardie contractor. We received this status due to our high standards of professionalism, customer satisfaction, and quality.

As an Elite Preferred contractor, we have access to all exterior products produced by James Hardie, including ColorPlus® Cobble Stone siding and all trims that can add to the look of your home in Illinois.

Our installation crews have training and experience with James Hardie products, allowing us to complete the work with confidence and skill. We can install trim, soffit, crown molding, fascia, siding, and more.

We Offer a Warranty on Our Installation Work

James Hardie provides a warranty on their ColorPlus® products. In addition, our team at Opal Enterprises also offers a limited five-year warranty on siding installation, providing you with increased confidence about the outcome of your renovation project.

How Long Does James Hardie Cobble Stone Siding Last?

Cobble Stone siding from James Hardie can last up to 50 years if you care for it properly. Regular maintenance can ensure the siding lasts for decades. The fiber cement used in the product helps it resist damage from the weather and the sun.

Fiber cement stands up to issues from pests and insects, as well.

Some property owners worry about the price tag for James Hardie ColorPlus® products. While this siding may have higher upfront costs than other forms of siding, it can save you money over time due to its high level of durability.

Learn More About Cobble Stone Siding Today

James Hardie Cobble Stone siding looks great on any home and is so versatile that you can match it with light or dark colors. It’s a great choice if you want something simple yet stylish. This classic choice looks exceptional on colonial homes and comes in a variety of textures.

Our Des Plaines showroom has these colors to see in person, giving you hands-on experience. We can also guide you to other homes with the color so you can confidently decide on your siding preference.

Give your home a classic look with Cobble Stone siding by James Hardie. Call or complete our contact form today to learn how Opal Enterprises can handle siding installation.