Our siding cost estimator — located to the right — can give you an estimate for your next project. Simply fill in the specifics on our cost calculator and find your ballpark pricing. There is a reason we say ballpark estimate since there are so many factors that can change cost for vinyl siding. Let’s explore some of the factors that can affect pricing.
Select Your Material
Vinyl – The most popular and least expensive cladding option on the market and
Fiber Cement – A heavy board option that is a very good choice, although it requires a skilled installer to insure there are no issues with shrinking etc.
Aluminum – This material adds a more industrial or commercial feel to a home and is therefore more of a niche option for most homeowners.
Brick Face – The heaviest cladding material on the market and one that is often used for a section of a wall or as an accent area to the home’s exterior.
Wood – A more traditional material that needs to be painted periodically, but has a very natural look to it.
Cedar Shake – A beautiful and natural looking wood option that has a shorter life span than most other materials listed above.
Select Your Square Footage
Choose the estimated square footage of the project. Choose from 250 square foot increments, beginning with 1000 square feet all the way up to 8000 square feet. As a rule of thumb, the larger the project, the lower the price per square foot.
Select Your Budget Type
Choose from three basic buget types, including economy, mid range and high end. This reflects the overall quality of product, as well as the quality/cost of the contractor that you select. Most homeowners should opt for the mid range budget option for best long term value.
Enter Your Zip Code
Select your zip code. Costs will vary by geographical location – typically more rural locations will be less expensive than more urban or populated areas due to the operating and insurance costs for businesses.
Siding Cost Estimator Price Range
Calculating the average cost of siding is difficult and our calculator provides a general price range. The reason for this is that there are many variables that go into the final cost. The main factors include the quality and type of materials used, the contractor, the scope of the work, whether any removal needs to be done, disposal fees, accessories and soffits, what part of the country you live in, and the list goes on from there. However, you can get a good idea of the pricing with our cost calculator.
Vinyl vs Other Materials