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What you need to know about siding contractors.

Who does siding near me?

Find top-rated siding contractors near you on Thumbtack. Before choosing a siding company or professional to install, replace or repair your siding, read reviews posted by their past customers in your area. Interview a few siding companies or contractors (we recommend three), and ask each one for a price quote.

You should also ask them questions like when they can start the job, how long they think the siding project will take and whether they offer warranties for their workmanship. 

Where can I buy siding near me?

Start by checking your local big-box home improvement stores and online retailers. Compare their prices, and find out if the siding you want is available in the quantity you need. If the retailer doesn’t have the siding in stock, ask how long it may take to restock or if they can have it specially ordered for you.

You can also talk with your siding contractors to find out if they have a go-to supplier. In some cases, professionals have access to wholesalers that can offer siding at a discount. You can always ask your contractor what will be more cost effective: to purchase the siding on your own and have it delivered to the installation site or have the contractor order it.

What type of siding is cheapest?

Vinyl siding is typically an inexpensive option compared to other types of siding, both in material and installation costs. On average, you’ll spend $4-$7 per square foot. Vinyl siding can be installed in a shorter amount of time and in some cases, can be placed over your current siding.

Here’s a look at estimated siding prices by material:

Siding material

Estimated cost (per sq. ft.)

Vinyl 

$4-$7 per sq. ft. 

Fiber cement

$6-$14 per sq. ft.

Wood

$10-$15 per sq. ft.

Brick

$9-$21 per sq. ft.

Your price will depend on how difficult the job is, the going rate for labor in your area and the price of the siding you choose.

Before you choose siding, bring home a sample and make sure you like the color in natural light. You should also compare siding prices at retailers, and ask your contractor which material is most affordable for your project.

What type of siding lasts the longest?

Vinyl siding can last up to 60 years. Stucco siding may last longer than 50 years depending on the backing used. Metal siding can last up to 40 years. 

Siding material

Lifespan

Aluminum

25 to 40+ years

Stucco

50+ years

Vinyl

60 years

Fiber cement

100+ years

Brick

100+ years

Source: InterNACHI

Talk with your siding contractor or siding retailer to learn more about what to expect from the material. They may have advice about maintenance and upkeep that can help extend its life. Don’t forget to consider your climate when choosing siding. For example, if you live near the ocean, certain types of siding will corrode faster and wear poorly. 

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