Mastic Siding Prices
Mastic siding prices will run anywhere from $2.65 to $8.50 per square foot installed. This project price estimate includes the cost of the panels or siding, all additional materials and the installation/labor.
Mastic Trade Mark Vinyl Siding
The Home Exteriors Trademark is their entry level vinyl cladding with a .040 thickness, a wood grain texture, 3 distinct profiles and is available in 9 colors. The product has been tested by Consumer Reports and received a rating of 72, which is quite good considering it is their entry level cladding at a very affordable price.
Mastic Brentwood Siding
The Home Exteriors Brentwood is another vinyl cladding with a .040 thickness, 3 distinct profiles and is available in 11 colors. The product has been tested by Consumer Reports and received a rating of 68, which is in the low to mid ratings scale for CR.
Mastic Carvedwood Siding
A cedar inspired board that is comes in 7 different profiles and is one of the more popular options within the Mastic lap siding family. The 3" narrow siding option is available in 25 color options.
Mastic Charleston Beaded
The Charleston beaded cladding uses a contemporary bead design that incorporates a smooth, traditional finish that comes in 15 color options.
Mastic Structure EPS
The Home Exteriors EPS is an insulated siding that has a thickness of .044", is available in 4 different profiles, comes in 16 colors and is one of their most popular styles. The product has been tested by Consumer Reports and received a very good grade of 77 out of 100. It is one of the recommended siding options from CR. (Heartland CedarMAX received the highest rating of 83. Click for Heartland siding prices.)
Mastic Cedar Discovery Siding
The Home Exteriors Cedar Shingle is a shake shingle that has a thickness of .080", is available in 4 different profiles, comes in a large array of colors. The product has been tested by Consumer Reports and received a very good grade of 90 out of 100.
Pricing For Additional Material
All siding projects require additional costs for the other materials such as nails and housewrap, starter courses, soffit, trim and fascia boards. While it is difficult to estimate these costs, a good general range is $1 to $2 per square foot.
-- Pricing For Additional Material: $1 to $2 psf --
Installation for vinyl panels will typically range somewhere in the $1 to $2 range, while shingles can run as high as $3 per square foot. Every project is different so the best way to find accurate pricing is to get several bids from good contractors in your area. Once you have the bids, go online to a quality siding forum site and provide the bid details to contractors and make sure that the bids are in the acceptable price range.
-- Installation Costs: $1 to $3 psf --
Project Price Estimates
Project price estimates range from $2.50 to $8.50 per square foot and include the cost of the panels or siding, all additional materials and the installation/labor. Mid to high end projects will run $5.50 to $8.50 psf fully installed. Pricing projections for a 2000 square foot project range from $5,000 to $17,000.
-- Price Range: $2.50 to $8.50 psf Installed --
Question On Mastic Siding Prices
Good Afternoon, I was reading on your website and I hope it is ok to email you with a question on siding. We getting ready to reside our home. It has vinyl on 3 sides which is about 30 years old. We are getting bids to replace. The first company uses Royal siding and the second company uses Mastic siding. I have honestly never hears of either. Can you give me any recommendations on vinyl siding? I have tried to research both, but find very little that seems to be independent reviews. I am so confused! We are in Illinois if that helps.
[Site Editor's Answer]
Debbie, there are many opinions and options out there in regards to the best siding. Some of my favorites include Mastic Cedar Shingles, KP Perfection Shingle VSPC, KP Norman Rockwell, Norandex Polar Wall Plus, Royal Duraplank, and Heartland CedarMAX Composite Cladding. There are others but these are a handful that I would certainly have on my own home.
Bill, thank you so much for responding. Finding siding seems so confusing and so hard to find any of the parent companies or any ratings. Sorry to bother you again but I have received quotes for Royal Siding Woodland Double Lifetime traditional or Dutch lap panels or for Mastic Carvedwood traditional panels. Would you recommend either of these. Any siding recommendations I see have been mostly from the manufacturer not from the public. Thank you again for your time. Debbie
[Site Editor's Answer]
Debbie, both products are solid options in my opinion and neither stands out for me as better than the other. If this were my project, I would focus on two things. The most important is who is doing the work and what is their reputation based on online reviews. I would choose the company with the best overall reputation/review (obviously).