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Siding Prices By Material & Style
Explore siding prices according to the various types of available material and styles. There are huge price variations between the different materials; for instance vinyl panels cost as little as $3 per square foot to install using a professional contractor, while fiber cement siding can cost as much as $10.50 psf installed. Click here to compare popular siding products.
Prices range from $5 to $9 psf (per square foot) installed. 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. It all depends on what materials are used with the siding to bring out the particular aesthetic.
These will range from $3 to $9 psf installed, depending on the material used for the exterior cladding. 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.
Beaded siding is a special type of board that has a raised bead that runs along the horizontal board or panel. The boards themselves can be either vertical or horizontal, although nearly all beaded siding uses a horizontal plank. As an example, a 6″ wide panel would have a pencil width raised bead that runs down the middle of the board.
Board and Batten
Homeowners will pay anywhere from $3 to $7 per square foot installed. The two big price factors will be the material you choose. Simple plywood with battens will be pretty cheap, while primed and stained fiber cement boards or a high end wood will be much more expensive. Obviously the details on the installation itself will also dictate whether you pay at the low or high end of the install pricing spectrum.
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These projects range from $6 to $12 per square foot installed. This includes the cost of the bricks themselves, all of the additional materials needed and the cost for the installation. Brick siding can be used either as an accent on a small portion of the home or can be used as the entire cladding.
Homeowners can expect cedar siding to vary from $3.00 - $6.50 installed. The price is inclusive of all costs including the shingles, installation, project materials and labor.
Clapboard is usually on the lower end of the price scale (although expensive wood species such as Redwood can elevate the total project quite a bit). Expect a total project price to range from $3 to $6 psf, just under cedar shingles and shakes.
Explore composite panels to range from $1.50 to $7 per square foot (this is only for the panels themselves). Get costs and product information on Everlast, NuCedar and fiber cement boards.
Dutch lap prices range from $2.75 to $8 psf completely installed - including the cost of the panels, all additional materials and the installation. Dutch lap siding is one of the most popular styles of panels or boards due to the strong shadow lines and visual interest that it can add to a home.
Prices range from $3.50 to $8 per square foot installed. These products are becoming very popular because the panels look extremely similar to wood but do not require maintenance and are priced out only slightly higher than vinyl projects.
Pricing ranges from $5 - $10 per square foot installed. Fiber cement is a very popular type of cladding that is strong and long lasting. It is more expensive than a vinyl due to the weight (and cost) of the panels and the extra cost of labor for the installation. The most popular brands include James Hardie and Nichiha.
Pricing ranges from $5 to $10 per square foot with installation. This price includes the cost of the product itself, additional materials such as trim and fascia board and the installation or labor portion on the project. Hardie Board is arguably the most popular fiber cement siding on the market that is manufactured by James Hardie Siding Corporation.
Insulated cladding pricing range from $2 to $7.25 psf installed. We provide pricing on 10 top popular insulated products, as well as additional material and install costs.
Nearly all of these boards will be horizontal like lap siding, as opposed to vertical boards. These narrow looking profiles provide a more traditional look that is often described as New England clapboard.
Plywood prices range from $2.25 to $5.50 fully installed for all of the materials and the labor portion of the project. Plywood is a simple looking siding option that looks natural and traditional very different looking than say cedar or brick siding.
Vertical siding prices range from $2.50 to $11 full installed. This big range of prices is mostly dependent on the material costs.
This ranges from $4 to $8.50 installed per square foot. This is considerably more expensive than horizontal lap, although often times, shake or shingles are only used on smaller portions of the home for visual accents. They look really great when properly used and can work with brick or stone cladding for a stunning effect.
These range from $2 to $5.50 psf (per square foot) installed. This is one of the most affordable cladding options and one of the principal reasons why vinyl is so popular for replacement and new home cladding projects.
WEatherboard is a horizontal siding where the bottom edge is slightly thicker than the top edge. Each board is placed above the board below it with just a bit of overlap between the boards. The beveled lower edge allows the water to be effectively sloughed off and away from the walls.
Wood prices range from $3 to $8 per square foot fully installed. Find pricing for plywood, board and battens, cedar shingles, lap or clapboard and engineered wood siding.