Brick Veneer Costs & Prices

Brick veneer costs range from $6.00 to $13.00 per sq. ft. – this includes product and installation. The high end brick veneers are very realistic, while lower end products are can look unprofessional. As well, siding installation cost is higher than with traditional vinyl siding, although less than real brick. Discover faux brick siding prices for materials and installation below.

“Brick veneer costs can go higher if there is substantial structural or framing work that needs to be done to support the weight of the brick. However, most thin brick or faux brick products intentionally limit the weight to make their products as accessible as possible for homeowners.”

Brick Veneer Cost (Material Only)

Entry Level To Mid Range Cost: $4 – $7 per sq. ft.
Expect to pay $400 to $700 per square for materials. Examples include brick vinyl which can run $4 a square foot. Examples include lower end faux brick which can run in the $6 a square foot range.

Mid Range To High End Pricing: $7 – $9 per sq. ft.
Expect to pay $700 to $900 per square for materials. Examples include higher end faux bricks that can run as much as $8 a square foot. Faux stone may run around $9 a square foot.

Brick Veneer Price (By Panel)

Lower End Pricing
$20 – $25 per panel (24″H x 40″W)

Higher End Pricing
$55 – $70 per panel (24″H x 40″W)




Brick Veneer Cost For Installation

Installation Pricing: $2 – $4 per sq. ft.

Expect to pay $2 – $4 per sq. ft. for installation. This is less than standard brick, but higher than vinyl siding. Unlike brick siding, which is very heavy, brick veneer does not have the same structural requirements, thereby reducing the amount of labor. However, brick veneer is still more complicated to side a home with than cladding that is nailed onto the exterior.

Total Cost Of Brick Veneer

Total Cost For Low To Mid Range: $6 – $10 per sq. ft.
Expect to pay $600 to $1,000 per square for product and installation.

Mid Range To High End Pricing: $10 – $13 per sq. ft.
Expect to pay $1,000 to $1,300 per square for product and installation.

Total cost includes materials, masonry and/or frame work, as well as installation. Costs can go higher than this if there is substantial structural or framing work that needs to be done to support the weight of the brick. However, most thin brick or faux brick products intentionally limit the weight to make their products as accessible as possible for homeowners.



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