Siding Costs Per Square Foot
Explore siding costs per square foot for all of the most popular siding materials and options.
Aluminum siding is a durable material that can provides several "looks" to a home - either a rural farm-like feel or a more modern and sleek look.
Most times, barn siding is used on a home with the intention of creating the look of a traditional barn - a rural, toned down affect. However, it can be also be used in conjunction with more modern or chic styles to create a retro cool look.
Board And Batten Siding
Board and battens are a type of vertical siding where the board is placed flush to the wall and the thinner batten is placed on top of the board so that it projects out from the wall.
Brick siding can be used either as an accent on a small portion of the home or can be used as the entire cladding.
Cedar shingles are a beautiful and natural material that make for great siding with the deep red hues and real wood grain textures.
Clapboard siding is mostly used for the outside of the home with a top edge that is thicker, this means the board overlaps the one beneath.
Engineered Wood Siding
Engineered wood siding has a top layer of real wood that is laid down over presswood.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement is a man made product that was made popular by James Hardie and is a tough, durable siding material.
Hardiplank is a fiber cement product that is mnaufactured by James Hardie.
Insulated Vinyl Siding
Insulated vinyl cladding is typically a horizontal lap siding that has a foam material applied to the back of the panel.
Non Foam Backed Vinyl Siding
Vinyl siding is a factory made lap panel that comes in a wide array of colors, lengths and textures.
There are a wide range of options when it comes to wood siding, including plywood, board and battens, cedar shingles, lap or clapboard and engineered wood siding.
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