Re siding a house
Re siding a house can be a difficult job. If you decide to tackle a job like this alone, you have to deal with not only the costs that come with that decision, but the labor as well. There is also all the research behind the siding. This includes which type of siding to by, where to buy it from, how to remove old siding, how to install vinyl siding, and more.
When choosing types of siding, there are many different options, some of those include:
-Fiber Cement Siding
Not all types of siding is ideal for all types of houses either. Replacing vinyl with brick can be a messy and difficult job that takes much of your time. In terms of prices, on the higher end of the spectrum, you have wood. Wood is one of the the most beautiful options for the siding of a house. A typical price on a wood siding can range anywhere from $9,000 up to 17,00, but can end up costing even more depending on if you prefer Engineered wood or real wood, each have their advantages as well as their drawbacks. Metal siding is also in about the same price range of wood (12,000-16,000). The most expensive option you may be looking at for your home is a stucco siding. Stucco Siding can cost anywhere from 15,000 to 22,000. Stucco is made from Portland Cement. It can be installed in a variety of siding colors and is very long-lasting. It creates a seamless look to your home's exterior, is naturally resistant to fire, and is low maintenance. Lastly, you have your most affordable option: Vinyl Siding. Vinyl siding usually can range from 6,000 to 7,000. Vinyl siding is a beautiful option for a home remodel. While affordable, it still is long-lasting, if installed correctly. Which is why many opt for a Siding Contractor. When making the decision to remodel your house, it can often take time. When in doubt, don't be afraid to reach out to Siding Companies in your area to determine the best decision for you regarding your cost of re siding a house. At Exterior Siding Springfield Mo, we offer a variety of services and would be more than happy to help. Give us a call to talk about your cost to side a house.