The vinyl siding prices below are for the material/panels alone. These prices will obviously change over time and we will do our best to keep these up to date. Find pricing on the most popular siding manufacturers and product lines such as CertainTeed, Crane, James Hardie and more.
Basics Of Vinyl Siding Prices
Pricing ranges from $0.50 to $3.50 per square foot for materials/panels alone, with installation usually falling in the range of about $1.00 – $2.00 per square foot. This brings the total to $1.50 to $5.50 per square foot to install this type of cladding on your home. Our siding cost estimator can help you get a rough estimate of your home siding project. Simply fill in your specifics on our siding cost estimator and find your ballpark pricing.
CertainTeed Vinyl Siding Prices
Mainstreet: $4.50 psf
Monogram 46: $5.25 per sq. ft.
Rough Cedar Vinyl Siding: $5.25 each square foot
Brushed Finish Vinyl Siding: $5.25 psf
Cedar Boards | Insulated Siding: $6.00 per sq. ft.
Northwood: $6.00 each square foot
Cedar Impressions: $6.40 psf
Cedar Impressions Naturals: $7.20 per sq. ft.
Crane Vinyl Siding Prices
Timber Oak Cost: $1.75 each square foot
Vortex Costs: $1.10 psf
Nottingham Price: $0.80 per sq. ft.
CSL 600 Prices: $1.85 each square foot
Crane Vinyl Siding Prices
HardiPlank: $3.00 – $4.00
Factors That Affect Vinyl Siding Prices
The cost of vinyl siding products will vary, but as with many other products, you often get what you pay for. Here are a few factors to consider when purchasing vinyl siding:
Vinyl siding thickness usually range between .035 to .055 inches. Most premium brands of siding offer products that are between .040 and .048 inches thick. The thickness of the vinyl siding you choose is important because thinner products can sag or crack, or can even be damaged or come off the home with high winds or extreme weather.
The length of a vinyl siding warranty and what it covers can usually provide a good indication of the quality of a product. Better products typically offer longer and more complete warranty coverage because the manufacturer knows it can stand behind the quality of its product.
Most homeowners choose light vinyl siding colors for their home, but a wide range of darker colors are also available. If choosing a darker colored siding, make sure that you select a high quality product because darker colors can fade more than lighter colors over time. As an added note of precaution, darker colors will absorb greater amounts of heat from the sun than their lighter counterparts.
How Much Siding You Need
It is best to consult several vinyl siding contractors to determine how much siding you need for your home. The amount is determined by the height, width and length of each side of your home and is also determined by any other exterior factors that may be present.
Siding installation cost is based on a number of factors, including the size of your home, how intricate the architecture is, the type of siding you are using and the quality of your contractor. Typical installation costs run around $1.60 per square foot, but as with the quality of the product, there is varying quality among contractors and choosing the cheapest option is not always the best choice. Do-it-yourselfers can install siding and save a good deal of money, but using a contractor for installation will ensure that the job is done correctly and that you get the longest lifespan possible from your vinyl siding.