Siding, Trim and Railing: 2019 Is All About Color!


As the industry’s color leader, we’re always listening to our customers’ feedback and evaluating what colors to add and to which products. In 2019, we’re excited to extend 16 colors to a variety of products in the CertainTeed lineup.

Siding to Get New Colors

North Kingstown, RI, home featuring Monogram siding in rich Melrose.

Cedar Impressions

New colors CertainTeed Cedar Impressions siding

We’ve been blown away by the positive response to Cedar Impressions® Individual 5″ Sawmill Shingles‘ authentic cedar shingle appearance. After receiving a multitude of requests for solid colors to mimic the look of painted/dipped shingles, we’re proud to announce the launch of five solid colors to the Individual 5″ Sawmill Shingle panels and mitered corners: Colonial White, Natural Clay, Savannah Wicker, Seagrass and Sterling Gray.


New colors CertainTeed Monogram siding

We’ll also be launching two new additional colors to the Monogram® line for the standard Double 4″ (D4) Clapboard, Double 5″ Clapboard and Double 5″ Dutchlap profiles, as well as to the extended length panels (16′, 20′ and 25′) in the D4 profile and to the Board & Batten Single 7″ family. These two new bold colors – Melrose, a saturated red apple color, and Brownstone, a bold, creamy chocolate color with hints of red – join the four colors added in 2018 (Espresso, Slate, Midnight Blue and Castle Stone). These new colors will also be introduced in a full line of complementary accessories that include: J-Channel, Undersill Trim, Outside Corner, Inside Corner, Bay Window Corner, T4 Universal Soffit and Trim Coil.

We have introduced a new solid color accessory for the Cedar Impressions Single 7″ Straight Edge Perfection Shingles that will very closely match the color Cedar Blend. The color will be available in the full line of Cedar Blend Solid accessories, which includes Outside Corner, Inside Corner, J-Channel, Undersill Trim, Cornice Mold and Bay Window Corner.


New colors CertainTeed Northwoods siding

The Northwoods® Single 7″ Straight Edge Perfection profile will also receive three new colors in response to requests for lighter shades. The new colors include Colonial White, Sandstone Beige and Desert Tan.


We are pleased to expand more of our popular deluxe and dark colors to the MainStreet™ market family for 2019. Castle Stone, Sable Brown and Pacific Blue will be added to the Double 4″ Woodgrain Clapboard and Dutchlap and the Double 5″ Woodgrain Clapboard and Dutchlap profiles. The Castle Stone color will also be extended to the Carolina Beaded™ market family for 2019.

Lastly, we’re also expanding the Bermuda Blue color offering to the Beaded Triple 2″ Vinyl Carpentry soffit panel in both the solid and vented soffit profiles. The Sandstone Beige color will be added to the Value Triple 4″ soffit profile for both the solid and full vent profiles.

New Railing Options

Kingston railing with black aluminum balusters


CertainTeed Rail and Fence catalogs

View the CertainTeed Siding and Fence catalogs to see all 2019 updates.

But color isn’t the only thing we’re focusing on in 2019. We also have some exciting news to share about the EverNew® vinyl railing system. Market feedback has led us to develop a new baluster/infill option for the Kingston and Oxford Vinyl Railing Systems. The 3/4″ round aluminum balusters in a matte black, powder-coated finish will be available for all six EverNew Vinyl rail colors in 3′ and 3.5′ tall, and flat or stair applications in either 6′ or 8′ lengths.

The EverNew Oxford vinyl railing will also have a design change on one baluster option. The Colonial style baluster will be replaced by the Classic style baluster. This change features only subtle design differences.

With these new colors and accents, customers are sure to find just the right mix and match of high-quality products to suit their style and create their own, personalized curb appeal.

For more information and to see photos of the new products & colors, view the product page in the 2019 catalogs:

Polymer & Vinyl Siding, Stone Veneer, Trim, Accessories and Railing Products

Have a question about a new color? We can help!

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Plus, what’s new in Outdoor Living and pro tips for installing polymer shingles.


  1. Cara Corridoni on

    Hi Judy, thanks for sharing. We unfortunately do not yet have a date as to when the dark gray will be available. As soon as we do have information we will be sure to share. If you have an immediate need your best bet would be to select from our current color options – which are plentiful!

  2. I am also looking for a true dark grey. When will the new colors be out? I’m ready to side my house now.

  3. Cara Corridoni on

    Hi Betty, Have you tried our ColorCoach tool? It lets you easily compare color options that will go nicely with your Cobblestone Gray roof. It even suggests accent colors. The colors aren’t Sherwin-Williams specific but once you find a combination you like I am sure the experts there can help you find something comparable. You can find the Color Coach tool here –

  4. We have the Landmark shingles in the Cobblestone Gray color on our roof. What is a good color to use on house? We are looking at colors from Sherwin-Williams Paint.

  5. Cara Corridoni on

    Hi Janet, Autumn Yellow would probably be our “brightest” yellow offered. It’s not offered in every style, but it is a nice sunny yellow. You can find it in Monogram. Best, Cara

  6. Janet Crooks on

    What is your brightest yellow vinyl siding? Can’t find marigold on a sample pallet.

  7. Cara Corridoni on

    Hi Linda, thanks for your comment. I shared your question with Robert Clark of our Siding team, here is his response: “We are pursuing dark grays for future color introductions in the lines. We are committed to being color leaders in siding. We want to continue to add in-demand, bold and modern colors to the line-up.” So stay-tuned – and keep the feedback coming!

  8. I really wish you had a dark gray available. The color that you label as slate is actually a dark brown as per the chip that I have.
    Slate is a misnomer because slate is typically gray or blue gray. when I click on that color on your website it does look like grey but the chip is clearly a dark dark brown.
    Do you have plans to launch a cooler or less brown dark gray? It’s a very popular color in exterior house paint right now.

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