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How Much Does Vinyl Siding Cost?

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Vinyl Siding Cost

Vinyl siding costs $10,782 on average to install, with most homeowners paying between $6,124 and $15,931 for an entire home. Installing vinyl siding costs $7.50 per square foot on average, with $3 per square foot on the low side and $12 per square foot on the higher side. This makes it the most affordable siding material after metal siding.

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National Average $10,782
Typical Range $6,124 - $15,931
Low End - High End $1,800 - $25,000

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Average Cost of Vinyl Siding

The following table shows the cost to vinyl side a house with various square footages. The total cost includes the cost of material, supplies, equipment and labor.

Cost to Vinyl Side a House
Total Square FootageAverage CostAverage Range
1,000 sq ft$7,500$3,000 - $12,000
1,200 sq ft$9,000$3,600 - $14,400
1,500 sq ft$11,250$4,500 - $18,000
2,000 sq ft$15,000$6,000 - $24,000

Box of Vinyl Siding Cost

A box of vinyl siding costs $160. It contains 24 pieces of siding of 4 inches by 150 inches, which is enough to cover 100 square feet.

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Labor Cost to Install Vinyl Siding

The labor cost to install vinyl siding is $3.70 per square foot, with most people spending between $2.15 and $5.25 per square foot. Installing 1,200 square feet of vinyl siding costs $4,440 in labor.

Vinyl Siding Cost Per Square Foot

Vinyl siding costs $3.80 per square foot on average, depending on the type of vinyl siding and your location. Note that this price doesn’t include the costs of labor, supplies and equipment.

Cost to Replace Vinyl Siding

Replacing vinyl siding costs $1,600. This includes the labor, equipment and materials to replace 200 square feet of vinyl siding.

Vinyl Siding Prices

Type of VinylAverage Cost Per Square FootTypical Range
Vinyl Shake Siding$6.50$3 - $10
Insulated Vinyl$8$4 - $12
Vertical Vinyl$5.50$3 - $8
Vinyl Log Siding$4$3 - $5

Vinyl Shake Siding Cost

Vinyl shake siding costs $6.50 per square foot to install. Most homeowners spend between $3 and $10 per square foot. This includes the costs of both materials and labor.

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Insulated Vinyl Siding Cost

Insulated vinyl siding costs $8 per square foot to install, with most people spending between $4 and $12 per square foot. It’s more expensive than other types of vinyl siding because it’s comprised of more material.

Vertical Vinyl Siding Cost

Vertical vinyl siding costs $5.50 per square foot to install. Most people spend $3 to $8 per square foot, depending on their location.

Vinyl Log Siding Pricing

Vinyl log siding pricing is $4 per square foot, with the majority of homeowners spending from $3 to $5 per square foot.

Vinyl Fascia and Soffit Costs

Vinyl fascias cost $20 per linear foot installed, while soffits cost $25 per linear foot installed.

Vinyl Siding Trim Prices
Type of TrimAverage Cost Per Linear FootTypical Range
Fascias$20$15 - $25
Soffits$25$20 - $30

Vinyl Siding Installation Cost vs. Other Materials

Vinyl siding costs are lower than most other siding material costs, except aluminum. The following table gives an overview of the pros and cons of some of the most popular siding materials:

Siding Costs by Material
MaterialAverage Cost Per Square FootNotes
Vinyl Siding$5
  • Easy to install
  • Durable colors
  • Low cost
Fiber Cement Costs$6.05
  • Low maintenance
  • Highly durable
  • Customizable
  • Sustainable
Brick Siding Costs$8.25
  • Low maintenance
  • Eco friendly
  • Weather and fire resistant
Aluminum Siding Costs $3.50
  • Affordable
  • Eco friendly
  • Durable
  • Low maintenance
LP Smartside$10.50
  • Appealing look
  • Costs less than wood siding
  • Insect, mold and mildew resistant
  • Lightweight
Wood Siding Costs$9.25
  • Highly durable
  • Customizable
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DIY Vinyl Siding Replacement vs. Hire a Pro

Although DIY vinyl siding is relatively affordable, it requires skill and time. In contrast, if you hire a local vinyl siding contractor to install your siding, you have the peace of mind that the job is done well and in less time than it would take you to do it yourself.

FAQs

How much does it cost to add a window in vinyl siding?

Cost to add a window in vinyl siding is $650 on average. This includes the cost of glass, a vinyl window frame and labor. However, if the job is more complex and requires electrical or plumbing work, you can expect to pay more.

How do you maintain vinyl siding?

Maintaining vinyl siding involves regular care from a vinyl siding cleaner near you.

If you have time, you can also do it yourself. Use a garden hose to rinse the siding down and prevent dirt and dust from accumulating. To remove mold or other build-up, use a gentle cleaning solution and a soft-bristled brush. Start at the bottom and work your way up to the top to prevent wet dirt from running down and drying. Work in small areas and rinse immediately from top to bottom to prevent the cleaning solution leaving stains.

You can also use a pressure washer to clean your vinyl siding. Use a low-power setting to avoid spraying water and grime between the siding and the wall.

Remember: Regular cleaning is the best way to protect your investment and avoid the costs of repairing vinyl siding, which can range from $400 to $800 per 200 square feet.

How do you estimate vinyl siding?

To estimate vinyl siding costs, follow these steps:

  • Measure the width and height of each exterior wall of your home.
  • For each wall, multiple the width and height measurements to get the square footage.
  • Add all the square footages of the walls together. This will give you the total square footage.
  • Divide this number by 100 to determine how many squares of vinyl siding you need to purchase.
  • Multiply the resulting number by the cost of a square of vinyl siding of your choice.
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