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Vinyl Siding Contractors in Austin, TX

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Prescreened Vinyl Siding Installation and Replacement Services in Austin, TX

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Best Austin Handyman and Remodeling
(512) 520-3429
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Decks, Patios, Pergolas
Dee R. in Austin, TX

"Best Handyman and Remodel did an excellent job for me. They were efficient and professional. They cleaned up after themselves. They answered my ...all questions along the way. They kept the gates closed so the dogs did not get out. They were professional from beginning to end. Office staff very helpful and professional. I highly recommend this company to anyone needing a contractor for home repairs! "

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Steve Jennings Flooring & Trim
(512) 520-2980
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring
  • Trim
  • General Woodworking
David D. in Hutto, TX

"Great communication, fair price, showed up on time and did a great job in a timely manner, didn t require cash or payment up front and accepted ...payment upon completion, the new door looks great and passed the first rain test with no leaks, THANKS Steve!! "

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Harris Home Exteriors, LLC
(512) 554-5259
Areas of Expertise
  • We are a "James Hardie Preferred Contractor" installing HardiePlank and Hardie Board siding
  • We are a "Preferred Installer" of vinyl siding by Alcoa Home Exteriors, Inc.
  • We specialize in the installation of energy efficient replacement windows
  • We specialize in new roof installations.
  • We specialize in building decks and patio covers.
dixie h. in Austin, TX

"The entire process went very smoothly.They even installed a new front door that I purchased. "

Universal Windows Direct of Austin
(254) 301-7760
Areas of Expertise
  • Exterior Remodeling Services
  • Replacement Window Experts
  • In-House Financing
  • Windows, Doors, Siding and More!
Ken B.

"Installed new windows. "

Sears Home Improvement
(877) 587-3044
Areas of Expertise
  • Measured and manufactured to fit your home
  • Lifetime transferable, limited manufacturer's warranty*
  • Quality Materials & Professional Installation by experienced local contractors
  • Project Coordinator to stay with you every step of the way
  • *Ask your Sears representative about written warranty details
Bonnie D. in Milwaukee, WI

"I was completely satisfied. Had a small problem with a rain gutter, was taken care of soon after they were told of the problem. "

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Unscreened Siding Contractors in Austin, Texas

Southern Painting
10713 Ranch Rd. 620 North
Austin, TX 78762
Toma Builders
123 Tori Drive
Buda, TX 78610
Brawn Contracting & Demolition Svc, LLC
2505 A Fm 1460
Georgetown, TX 78626
Solluna Builders
7310 Sherwood Rd.
Austin, TX 78745
Smart Companies, Inc.
900 Old Koenig Lane, Ste. #114
Austin, TX 78756

Things to Consider Before You Install Vinyl Siding on your home:

  • What type of project is this?
  • What kind of siding is on your home now?
  • How many stories is your home?

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Austin Vinyl Siding

It doesn't take an engineer working on the new Austonian building at 2nd and Congress to understand why vinyl siding is so popular. It's durable, easy-to-install, versatile, and cheaper than most siding materials. It's also fire and pest-resistant. Vinyl is made of PVC plastic resin (essentially a hard plastic). While it's extremely durable, it's not indestructible. You can probably kick a soccer ball against it and be relatively safe, although your lawn mower can rip it to shreds. Proper installation is also required to prevent high winds from peeling the siding from your home.

Vinyl Siding: Austin, TX
So, how do the popularity and benefits of vinyl siding relate to Austin homeowners? That really depends on where you live. In south central Austin, for example, you might want something a little more chic, like metal, Hardie board, or faux stone siding. More affluent west side Austinites may covet the elegance and distinction of true stone siding. Really, though, there's hardly any place where vinyl siding in Austin wouldn't work. It creates the perfect home exterior in quiet city neighborhoods such as Hyde Park, Burnet, and throughout the greater Austin area. One of the hidden gems of vinyl siding is that it also increases sound insulation by up to 50%. If you have an attached garage, this siding will help keep your band practice from generating noise violations.

Cost of Vinyl Siding
HomeAdvisor does a lot more than simply match homeowners with home improvement contractors. We also gather information on each and every project we process to give you a better idea of how much your project might cost and how long it will take to complete. Our national database reveals the average cost for vinyl siding is $7,500. For vinyl siding in Austin, though, it's not uncommon for your project to stay within the $5,000 mark. It really just depends on the quality of the vinyl you choose and how big your home is.

Project Length
Not only is your Austin vinyl siding likely to cost less, you can also often get your vinyl siding installed in half the time. The national average is two weeks; in Austin it's one week. Part of this efficiency is likely due to the pleasant weather. Should you get unlucky and inclement weather does hit, you may need to have a little patience with your contractor. As much as you probably want to get your siding project completed, take your time choosing an Austin vinyl siding contractor. Unfortunately, poor installation with vinyl siding isn't uncommon. Plus, the quality of the vinyl can also vary widely; make sure your contractor is getting his or her vinyl siding supply from a reputable manufacturer.

As durable as vinyl siding is, the danger to the exterior of your home is equally formidable (be it the weather, kids, strangers, etc.) and no siding is damage-proof. The average Austin vinyl siding repair job runs around $500 or $600. Vinyl can't really be patched, so a new panel will have to be installed if an existing one is severely damaged. The problem then becomes trying to match a new vinyl panel with the other paneling, which may have faded slightly from sun exposure. Often times, an original panel is removed from the back of your home near the ground and the new panel is then replaced in this less visible spot.