House Siding Cost Calculator

Estimate prices of installing siding on your home using Vinyl, Wood/Cedar, Hardie (fiber-cement), and Wood-Composite siding materials – get instant price-quotes that includes cost of materials & labor, as well as windows/door trims, fascia / soffit, etc.

Calculate Siding Replacement Costs now:

To get instant price estimates, enter your home dimensions, number of floors, windows/doors, and type of the roof structure in the calculator above. This tool will help you estimate siding installation/replacement costs in your area.

All price estimates include Labor & Materials. This tool is only as accurate as the house dimensions that you provide.

Accuracy of results:

PRO TIP: Entering house dimensions properly will yield the most accurate siding cost estimate!

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Metal Roof Buying Guide: Myths and Facts You Should Know

For decades, metal roofs have been associated with industrial buildings. Moreover, out in the country side, people would install tin roofs on sheds or barns. This created the undeserved rep that metal is a poor aesthetic choice for residential homes.

However, thanks to giant leaps in technology, you can find a wider range of metal roof colors, materials and styles that would be an excellent fit for your house.

Are metal roofs good?

While metal roofing offers many benefits unmatched by other materials, many homeowners still have a lot of incorrect information which prevents them from choosing this roof for their home.

Metal Roofing Alliance conducted a research study among 1,500 homeowners across US,

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2020 Flat Roof Guide: Installation Cost, Materials, Pros & Cons

A flat roof looks and performs very differently compared to a traditional sloped roof such as shingles, tiles, or metal. While its not designed to be a water shedding system, because it has a low pitch, flat roofing can still protect your home from leaks and severe weather. Today, there is a wide range of cutting edge flat roof systems that offer distinct pros and cons, longevity, and of course, price.

In this guide:

Flat roofing materials
Cost of installation
Materials prices
Installation options
Longevity
Durability
Importance of insulation
Maintenance and repair
Unique applications and benefits
Energy efficiency
Environmental impact

Types of flat roofs

Flat Roof over a Screened-in Porch

A classic flat roof is either almost completely level or has a very slight pitch of 3 in 12 inches or less.

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Cost of Gutters Calculator: Vinyl, Aluminum & Seamless Gutters

Gutter prices calculator

Accurately estimate gutter installation cost for your home or building.

Keep in mind that the cost of rain gutters greatly depends on the material you choose. Installing 200 linear feet of gutters costs as little as $600 to as much as $2,500 depending on the material you install. Vinyl gutters are the cheapest, while copper gutters are the most expensive.

Price quote includes the following: seamless aluminum gutters, downspouts, elbows, drain outlets, hangers and wall attachments, as well as professional labor by a licensed roofing contractor.

How to use the calculator

1) Measure the length of your gutters (along the eaves of your roof),

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2020 Metal Roofing Prices: Installation Costs, Metal vs Asphalt

The average metal roof cost is $8,960-12,240 installed on a 1,600 sq.ft. ranch or cape style home.

Metal roofing is the most popular option for homeowners who want to replace an old shingles roof with a more durable and longer lasting material.

While a metal roof costs more than asphalt shingles, it offers much better long term value when it comes to weather protection, resistance to leaks and ice dams, energy efficiency, and low maintenance costs.

Learn about metal roof prices for: Standing Seam, Metal Shingles, Corrugated Steel Panels and Stone-Coated Steel Tiles.

In this guide:

Average cost of a metal roof
Metal roofing prices per sheet
Metal roof installation cost
Types of metal roofs –

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Metal Roof Cost Calculator: Estimate Metal Roofing Prices

For many homeowners who are looking to install a metal roof on their house, cost is a huge factor.

As of 2020, the average price to install metal roofing is $5.97 to $9.85 per square foot.

Calculate the cost of the most popular metal roofs:

– standing seam,
– corrugated R-panels,
– steel or aluminum shingles/shakes,
– stone coated steel,
– copper & zinc vertical panels.

Estimate cost of a metal roof now:

Roof Size:

x ft.

Metal Roof Type:

Standing Seam
R-Panel / V5 Crimp
Steel Shingles
Aluminum Shingles
Stone-Coated Steel
Copper Roofing
Zinc Roofing

Roof Pitch:

3 (low slope)
5 (medium)
7 (medium)
9 (steep)
10 (steeper)
12 (very steep)

Job Complexity:

Simple roof
Medium difficulty
Very cut-up roof

Tear-off:

YES – 1 layer
YES – 2 layers
NO tear-off

Number of Floors:

1 Level
2 Levels
3 Levels

Skylights / Chimneys:
#

Ridge Vent Length:
ft.
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Flat Roof Repair: Causes of Leaks, Repair Costs & DIY Fixes

Is your flat roof leaking again? If your roof is relatively new, repairing any leaks or damages should be your first go-to solution.

An average flat roof repair costs around $400-600, which is significantly cheaper than the cost of full replacement.

Moreover, having a pro repair your flat roof can easily extend its service life by at least 3-5 years. However, in some cases, trying to fix a leaking roof membrane might be a futile effort and a complete waste of money.

Often leaks, water damage and other issues may be the result of faulty installation, poor maintenance, or old age of the roof itself.

We will go through the common flat roof problems and signs that warrant repair vs replacement,

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Liquid EPDM Rubber Roof: Material and Installation Costs

Is your flat rubber roof leaking all the time? As frustrating as this is, you are not alone. It turns out that over 65% of rubber roof repairs are due to leaks!

One long-lasting and cost effective solution is to apply a liquid EPDM rubber roof coating. This can be done to either repair the existing leaks, or to prevent future ones and prolong the service life of your membrane.

We will discuss exactly what a liquid EPDM rubber roof is, how much it costs, and the benefits it can bring you.

What is a liquid EPDM Rubber Roof?

Liquid Rubber Roof

Similar to standard EPDM rubber, the liquid coating is a synthetic polymer made from combining ethylene,

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Pros & Cons Of A Real Slate Roof

Its no secret that the beauty and curb appeal of a natural slate roof far surpasses other types of materials. After all, this is why roofing manufacturers continue to develop technologies that can replicate the look of slate using composite and polymer materials, asphalt, as well as metal.

Today, its possible to install a synthetic slate roof for 50-65% less than the price of real slate stone, and it will actually look beautiful!

So many homeowners and architects wonder whether a real slate roof is worth the money, or a different material that simply looks like slate can work just as well?

To answer this question, lets take an in-depth look and the pros and cons of slate roofing.

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Architectural Shingles vs 3 Tab: Compare Prices, Pros & Cons

Many homeowners who want to replace their old roof debate between installing economical 3 tab shingles vs. more expensive architectural shingles.

On a 1,600 sq.ft. roof the average difference in the total price between the two types of shingles can be $800-1,100+ This is a lot of money, considering that replacing the roof of this size would cost about $5,000-6,000.

So lets explore why architectural roofing shingles cost so much more, and whether they are worth the extra spending.

In this guide:

1. Which asphalt shingles are better made?
2. Compare the cost of architectural vs 3 tab shingles
3.

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