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When a building requires a complete replacement of the existing siding it will usually require the services of a professional contractor. Though some homeowners are able to tackle the installation of vinyl or even wood siding, generally it is not a standard DIY project.
The average home, according to the United States Census, is 2200 square feet and size, with a two-story design and footprint of 25'x45'. To determine the amount of siding needed for such a project requires a bit of simple math. The length of all four sides of the house are measured, and this figure is multiplied by the height of the walls. This means that the average home would require (25+25+45+45X20= 2800) 2800 of siding materials.
For the purpose of this discussion we will take a look at the costs and requirements for replacing the vinyl siding on a home that requires 2800 square feet of materials.
According to CostOwl.com, the costs for a contractor to install mid-grade vinyl siding is between $250 and $300 per one hundred square feet. This means that the price range for the project we have describe here is $7000 to $8400. What would this include?
A good contractor will include:
(for an average home)
Cost to replace siding may vary depending on the state or city. Get free estimates from siding contractors in your city.