Wolverine Siding Prices
Wolverine siding prices range from $2.50 to $6.50 fully installed. Wolverine was at one time its own company, but was acquire by Certainteed Siding, which then incorporated many of its product lines under the CertainTeed umbrella.
Wolverine Encore Siding
The Encore line is more of an entry level vinyl panel that has a wood grain texture and low gloss finish. The panels are available in either a 4.5" dutchlap, 4" clapboard, 5" clapboard, and 3" clapboard profile and will be .040" in thickness. The American Legend comes in 15 unique Certainteed siding colors and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. .
Wolverine American Legend Siding
The American Legend line is a vinyl horizontal panel that uses a wood grain or brushed look that resembles a real wood board. The panels are available in either a 4.5" dutchlap, 4" clapboard or 5" clapboard profile and will be .042" in thickness. The American Legend comes in 22 unique color options and comes standard with the Certainteed limited lifetime warranty. Explore all of our CertainTeed reviews.
All siding projects will involve additional materials than simply the panels or board. These materials costs include items such as housewrap, trim and soffit boards, collated nails, F and or J channels, starter strips and any other accessories required by the homeowner. As a rule of thumb, these materials will run $1 to $2 per square foot.
-- Additional Materials: $1 to $2 psf --
Installation costs range from $1 to $3 per square foot. There are many factors that will determine the price of labor, including location, the experience of the installer, the type and length of boards, the installation pattern, etc.
-- Installation Costs: $1 to $3 psf --
Complete Project Cost
The complete project cost for the Wolverine American Legend or Encore product lines ranges from $2.50 to $6.50 per square foot fully installed. This is a pretty big price range, so the best step you can take is to get several project bids and see how different contractors price out the project. This will help you find the fair market price and may let you see some different materials such as fiber cement, vinyl siding or shingles that you can feel and compare pros and cons.