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The collection of colors listed below align with the latest trends for exterior trim and are readily available at Lowe’s® store locations. All of the colors on this listing have an LRV above 55 and when produced in an exterior 100% acrylic latex paint, they meet AZEK’s painting guidelines to help ensure the best overall product performance.


Each color below lists the specific manufacturer color name, number and LRV rating. Be sure to use this exact information when selecting your final color choice. IMPORTANT: Do not adjust or customize colors!


AZEK recommends the use of the below exterior 100% acrylic latex paints from Lowe's:

  • Valspar® Duramax® Exterior Paint
  • HGTV Home® by Sherwin-Williams® WeatherShield®
  • HGTV Home® by Sherwin-Williams® Everlast


Before making your final color choice we recommend you view an actual paint sample or color swatch in person. Due to some variability in paint color selection not all colors may be available at every Lowe’s Store.

If you want to use a color not shown below you must ensure it has an LRV of 55 and above, and it must be produced in an exterior 100% acrylic latex paint. If the color is not on this page and has a LRV below 55 or you do not know the LRV it should not be used on AZEK products.

Recommended Color Lists

The below links showcase recommended colors per paint manufacturer to help you find the right color for your next project.

Custom Colors should only be used if they are made from a specialty paint with solar reflective pigments.

Color Disclaimer: Colors may not be exactly as shown. This is due to the variance in digital presentation and individual monitor calibration. Please base your color selections on actual paint color samples or color swatches provided by manufacturers before making your final decision.

If you still have questions about what paints should be used on AZEK Trim and Siding products, please contact us at

Du Jour 7002-6 LRV: 88
Swiss Coffee 7002-16 LRV: 87
Ballroom Belle 7001-9 LRV: 75
Balance 2004-10C LRV: 75
Desert Fortress 2008-10B LRV: 62
Polished Ivory 7006-6 LRV: 82
Antique White 7002-20 LRV: 81
Malted Milk 7003-9 LRV: 75
Gardenia 3005-10B LRV: 59
Palomino Pony 3004-8A LRV: 57
Wispy White 7006-1 LRV: 76
Cream in My Coffee 3003-10c LRV: 73
Asiago 6005-1A LRV: 74
Warm Putty 6006-1A LRV: 66
Rattan Basket 3007-10C LRV: 63
Snowed In 6004-1A LRV: 82
Lemon Edge 7003-23 LRV: 89
Gilded Linen 6002-1A LRV: 75
Bay Sands 5008-1B LRV: 61
Brown Buzz 6005-3B LRV: 57
Ultra White 7006-24 LRV: 94
Cool Gray 7006-10 LRV: 85
Paramount White 7006-22 LRV: 84
Blizzard Fog 7006-18 LRV: 75
Tempered Gray 4004-1a LRV: 66
Summer Gray 7006-17 LRV: 82
Silver Dust 7004-19 LRV: 76
Silver Leaf 4006-1a LRV: 62
Bay Waves 4008-1A LRV: 63
Gravity 4005-1B LRV: 58

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can I only use certain Paints?

The paint color used on exterior building products is directly exposed to the sun. Light that is absorbed by the paint color converts to heat. When too much heat is absorbed, it can alter the actual physical building material in the form of warping, bowing and deformation. The correct selection of paint color will prevent this. The use of a color that does not meet AZEK paint color recommendations can lead to warping, buckling and excess movement. The use of a non-recommended color will.

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Can we use custom paint colors on Azek products?

When a custom color is desired, you must use a specialty type paint that is a Water-Based Solar Reflective Coating. These paint have been formulated with solar/heat reflective pigments that prevent heat build. These coatings are not readily available at paint retail stores but are available online through paint manufacture AquaSurTech® and can be ordered online. This is specific to the AquaSurTech product AQUA/DIY D100.

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What is the Light Reflective Value of a color?

All paint colors have a light reflective value (LRV) which is the measure of light reflected or alternatively absorbed. The LRV number represents the % of light reflected by that paint color. The higher the LRV number, the more light reflected. The lower the LRV number, the more light and heat absorbed. To help understand the scale, true white has a LRV rating of 100 and Black has LRV rating of 0.

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