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Vinyl Siding Contractors in Boston, MA

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Prescreened Vinyl Siding Installation and Replacement Services in Boston, MA

Northshore Window and Siding
53 Verified Ratings
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(617) 449-9033
40 Preston Road
Somerville, MA 02143

Serving Boston, MA
Champion Windows Company of Boston South
70 Verified Ratings
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(866) 914-1608
65 Shawmut Rd., Ste. 3
Canton, MA 02021

Serving Boston, MA
RBK Enterprises, Inc.
1 Verified Ratings
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(978) 747-8097
4527 Scotts Mill Court
Saugus, MA 01906

Serving Boston, MA
Solid State Construction
28 Verified Ratings
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(774) 535-8785
59 Jewell Hill Road
Ashburnham, MA 01430

Serving Boston, MA
Frank Evans Company, Inc.
36 Verified Ratings
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(617) 449-5715
94 Reservoir Park Drive
Rockland, MA 02370

Serving Boston, MA
W&T Construction
9 Verified Ratings
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(978) 206-7678
29 Remington Street
Brockton, MA 02124

Serving Boston, MA
Ace Contracting
15 Verified Ratings
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(617) 399-5739
PO Box 675
Foxboro, MA 02035

Serving Boston, MA
DC Contracting & Handyman Services, LLC
38 Verified Ratings
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(978) 747-8056
13 Gabrielle Drive
Hudson, NH 03051

Serving Boston, MA
MMP Construction, LLC
2 Verified Ratings
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(617) 449-9070
428 Butman Road
Lowell, MA 01852

Serving Boston, MA

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Cost to Install or Completely Replace Vinyl Siding in Boston

Most homeowners spent between:
$8,500 - $21,000
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Reviews of Boston Vinyl Siding Installers

Project: Install or Completely Replace Vinyl Siding
Hyde Park, MA w

Ian and his team sided my whole house, replaced all the rotted wood around the windows and fixed my gutters. His quote was very reasonable. His team repaired a few items not on the contract and painted the areas that couldn't get siding at no extra charge. My house looks great and my neighbors loved how it came out. I will definitely do business with him again. My kitchen and bathrooms need to be remodeled and my roof needs replacing. His company will be the first I call.

Project: Install or Completely Replace Vinyl Siding
Belmont, MA w

The contractor and installer worked Well with me to make sure I was completely satisfied.

Project: Install or Completely Replace Vinyl Siding
North Weymouth, MA w

Truly professional services from start to finish. I'd have no reservations about using or recommending Beantown for additional work on my home or yours.


Unscreened Siding Contractors in Boston, Massachusetts

Cowboy General Services, Inc.
47 Locust St.
Winthrop, MA 02152
Lee Wheeler
189 S. Rd.
Pepperell, MA 01463
Classic Home Improvement
9 Lee St.
Lancaster, MA 01523
American Home Builders, Inc.
46 Austin St.
Newton, MA 02460
Richard J. Mochi & Son
47 Lyman Ave.
Boston, MA 02155

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?

Ideas & Inspiration from Boston Siding Contractors

Boston Vinyl Siding

Few home improvement materials have made as large of an impact on Beantown homes as vinyl siding in Boston. With its harsh, northern coastal climate, the Boston area is notoriously hard on traditional siding materials. Wood siding rots, mildews, cracks, and splits, and many metal siding options fade, rust, and dent in the face of Boston's sweltering summer heat, brutal Nor'easters, and off shore storms. Vinyl siding in Boston, on the other hand, seems to be the perfect fit. Vinyl is tough, durable, and impervious to corrosion and rot. Furthermore, thanks to new technological advances in its production, the old complaints against vinyl regarding its tendency to fade and grow brittle over time are pretty much a thing of the past. That stellar combination of durability and longevity makes installing vinyl siding in Boston one of the smartest decisions homeowners in the Hub can make.

Vinyl Siding Pays for Itself
If you're not completely convinced yet, maybe this statistic from Remodeling Magazine will help to win you over. Over the last several years, installing vinyl siding in the New England area has consistently been one of the top or the actual number one home improvement when it comes to recouping your costs and increasing your home's value. In fact, it's one of the few home improvements that regularly reports in with return rates that range from 95% to well over 100%. That makes installing vinyl siding in Boston a no-brainer. Not only will you get a product that will beautify your residence, protect your home, and provide you with nearly maintenance-free performance for years into the future, you're also almost guaranteed to get back all the money you invested in your siding should you choose to sell your home some time down the road.

Costs and Project Durations
Interestingly, vinyl siding is one of those paradoxical materials that performs better and costs less than many of its competitors. Just how reasonable is vinyl siding installation in the Greater Boston area? HomeAdvisor keeps close track of the thousands of jobs performed in Boston every year by the contractors in our system by asking homeowners to complete a simple survey for us when their project is finished. From that survey we gather some important information, including how pleased the homeowner was with the work done, the final cost of the project, how long it took, and anything else the homeowner feels is important to mention. Based on that info, the average Boston vinyl siding project runs about $9,500 per home and takes in the neighborhood of 12 days to complete. That number can vary depending on the size of your home and the quality of the siding you choose, however. For example, in the Boston area we have records of siding installations that ended up costing as little as $7,000, as well as some that ran upwards of $30,000. And as for timelines, our speediest job was reported as finished in 2 days, while the longest took over a month.

A Few Things You Should Know
While installing Boston vinyl siding is one of the best home improvements you can make, bar none, it pays to educate yourself on vinyl siding, in general, and to shop around when you decide you're ready to have vinyl siding installed. For starters, not all vinyl siding is equal. Cheap vinyl siding is made of thinner gauge vinyl and rarely has the impact modifiers and color stabilizers that you'll find in higher quality materials. Sure you'll save a few thousand dollars initially, but that cheap-o vinyl is going to fade faster than the Yankees in a best of seven AL Championship Series against the Red Sox. Not to mention, cheap siding also grows brittle from exposure to sun and cold temperatures. In other words, if you don't want to be shopping for new vinyl siding again a few years down the road, it's worth it to pay more up front for quality materials and workmanship. New, high quality lines of vinyl siding in Boston are often guaranteed for the life of the product, include an extra layer of insulation on the back side to help your home stay warmer through those brutal Boston winters, and quality vinyl siding also incorporates additives during the production process that makes it more resistant to impact, damaging UV light, and extreme temperatures. To put it bluntly, with vinyl siding you definitely get what you pay for.

Finding a Reputable Contractor
Since there is such a wide range of quality in vinyl siding materials on the market, it's absolutely vital that you find a quality contractor who works with good materials to install new siding on your home. If you randomly pick a contractor out of the yellow pages, there's a good possibility you'll be as upset with the finished product as those tea partiers were with British taxation back in 1773. So how do you ensure you won't get ripped off if you're looking to hire a Boston vinyl siding contractor? Take the advice of those who've gone before you. Bostonians who've already taken the plunge almost universally recommend you get multiple bids on the job to compare prices and make sure everyone's on the up-and-up. Take this homeowner, for instance, who replied to our survey with the suggestion that you "make sure that you get plenty of bids on the project, at least 5-7. It's tedious to have to meet with different people to explain the same thing but well worth it." Meeting with multiple contractors not only allows you to get the best deal, it also helps you to weed out contractors who might try to take you for a ride, since you can compare and contrast the different offers you receive.

Other than that, be sure to check a few references before you sign any contracts, and consider using a referral service to help you find names of contractors you can trust to start with. Knowing that a company like HomeAdvisor has already done a lot of the homework for you: All HomeAdvisor contractors are pre-screened and you can easily go online and check compiled customer ratings of each contractor in our system. We can help take some of that initial guesswork out of the equation, ensuring that your Boston vinyl siding installation experience ends up being as smooth as a siding installation can get.